The world had been left breathless in the wake of Ocarina of Time. It had taken a staggering five or so years to develop. Now Miyamoto wanted to make a new adventure, and he wanted it to take only one year. Those twelve months blew out to 24, and Miyamoto had placed a new person as director. Eiji Aonuma lead the team to develop a title that, at Miyamoto's direction, would take no where near as long as Ocarina of Time, less staff to bring it all together and would run on the same game and graphics engine.