The future of the Zelda series could be better without Shigeru Miyamoto, EIji Aonuma, and Takashi Tezuka being directors. How could this even be remotely possible? Miyamoto is often considered a Godfather of gaming itself, creating some of the most beloved game franchises in the history of the industry; Mario, Zelda, Donkey Kong, and Star Fox. He has his fingerprint on the Metroid series, Wii Sports, Wii Music, and Animal Crossing. He also had a major role int he creation of the all time best selling handheld system, the Nintendo DS. Add on top of that that he had a hand in what may become the best selling console of all time in the Nintendo Wii, you really begin to see the impact he has had. How can Zelda be better without him? Even setting him aside, how can Tezuka and Aonuma also taking a seat really make the series better?