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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 287d ago | interview

Interview: Eiji Aonuma on the evolution of Zelda

Eiji Aonuma has never been more busy but you'd never tell from his appearance. Speaking to CVG at Nintendo Europe's headquarters in Frankfurt, he laughs and enthusiastically carves hand motions through the air to emphasise his points. (Culture, Eiji Aonuma, The Legend of Zelda)

bullymangLer  +   288d ago
I hope one day Nintendo decides to make links bombs smaller, like the size of softballs would be exact. Also give players the choice to chose between a Hard mode or normal mode at the BEGINNING of the adventure, rather having to pass the whole journey just to obtain this option .

A Link Between Worlds will have gamers contemplating where to go next, SELF GUIDANCE, no more tips and spoon feeding.

This zelda for wiiU is going to look more talent, more skills, more power than any ps4 xBone Unreal Engine 4 copy and paste generics < fact
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