Nintendo's reveal of a new Legend of Zelda game for the Wii U at E3 earlier this year was one of the show's highlights. Our first glimpse came in a snap of franchise supervisor Eiji Aonuma's fingers, showing us the vast and open plain you can see above.
In that initial reveal (which you can watch at the foot of this article) Aonuma spoke of how the game would go back to the series' roots of player exploration.
The trailer was also the matter of some debate after Aonuma refused to confirm whether the character we see is series hero Link, leading many to speculate it might be a girl.
In an interview with Edge Magazine, Aonuma addressed this speculation, as well as talking about how the game's open world will differ to other open-world games on the market.