43 search results for "Eiji Aonuma"

Aonuma so happy with the motion controls in Skyward Sword that he doesn’t want to make another one without them…

…and I’m inclined to agree. While there were a few instances where I felt the game wasn’t doing exactly what I wanted it to, on the whole I felt the controls were spot on. Here is what he had to say to Official Nintendo Magazine UK: “I honestly think we cannot go back to button controls now, so I think that these controls will be used in future Zelda titles, too.” I’m not sure ...

The Best 7 Nintendo Games That You Will Always Love To Play

Nintendo games have always been one of the favorites among the people of all the age-groups. And ofcourse you shouldn’t be unaware of the fact because of the high-popularity and successful nature of the game. Moreover, you can even buy such games at an affordable rate now using a lucrative coupon from CoupnsMonk. But, if by any chance, you think that you’ve not been exposed to the Nintendo games m...

“What if Zelda was a girl?”

All right, put away your torches and pitchforks. Yes, I realize Zelda is the princess, and therefore a girl; and the hero is Link, a boy. But the question is, why? When the most recent Zelda game, Tri-Force Heroes, was first shown at E3 2015, there was clearly an option to dress Link in Zelda’s clothes. This led to speculation that there may be the option for Link to be a girl. This turned o...

Majora’s Mask: Misunderstood Masterpiece or Overrated Oddity?

Last week’s Nintendo Direct has the Nintendo Universe buzzing with excitement, much of it stirred up by the announcement of the Majora’s Mask remake coming to the 3DS. While many are bouncing with excitement, others are cringing at the thought of tackling this franchise misfit again. All this brings us to an enormously debated question: Where does Majora’s Mask sit in the Zelda h...

Epona will be a weapon for Link in Hyrule Warriors DLC

Who thought this would ever happen. Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma took to Miiverse to state: “Beyond that, additional downloadable content will become available in Hyrule Warriors after the game launches. The first DLC pack, Master Quest Pack, will be released on October 16. The details of that pack will be revealed soon, but today, let me give you a sneak peak at an additional weapon. The new weapon...

Infendo Radio’s E3 Prediction Show – Results

Those of you who listen to the podcast regularly may recall the E3 Prediction Game Show from a few episodes back. Now that E3 has come and gone, we have the results! The contest is between those of us who were on the episode in question: myself (Holly), Harrison, Lewis, and Colin. In order to determine a winner, I re-listened to the prediction show and awarded basic points and a handful of bonus p...

Open-world Zelda confirmed for Wii U

We were promised a tease of the new next-gen Zelda title for the Wii U, and that’s what we got during Nintendo’s Digital Event. In a brief presentation by longtime Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma, we are shown a glimpse of the world and art style to land of Hyrule. Aonuma later mentions the game will be open-world and the player can choose wherever they want to go. The short clip is embedde...

North America: get ready for the quircky Tomodachi Life on 3DS

Nintendo has surprised us with a Tomodachi Life Direct. Tomodachi is the Japanese word for “friend.” The game will be populated by Mii characters you import from your Mii Maker, scan through QR codes, or receive through StreetPass encounters. Imported Miis can be customized in many ways, starting with a unique voice and ending with a detailed personality. The Miis then join any others ...

A darker side of a Legend of Zelda

Isn’t it strange how a series which follows the same formula through multiple titles and is still one of Nintendo’s major accomplishments, this series is the Legend of Zelda. But now this blueprint is becoming a bit stale, Link always starts in a forest, then travels to death mountain (or its equivalent) and then finishes with the water temple. A major plot point happens and you have t...

Is a Majora’s Mask remake in the works?

  The legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is a very contested entry in the series, some say its a much superior game then Ocarina of Time while others claim that the N64 classic is still the greatest Zelda tale ever told. I think Majora’s Mask is a much more experimental Zelda title and is a better game for it, with its constant three day routine and the continuous  reminder of impendi...

Nintendo Considered Two Other Zelda Titles for HD Remakes

  What if I told you there could have been high-definition versions of Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess? How about Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword? According to Eiji Aonuma, the series’ caretaker, his team tested these Zelda titles plus Wind Waker when deciding which to make HD. In an interview with Polygon, Aonuma explained the thought process behind choosing Wind Waker in lieu of the...

New Zelda 3DS To Feature Both A Light And Dark World

The Legend of Zelda 3DS is already at the top of my “must have” list.  Being a lover of the classics, this game is bound to feed my nostalgia, yet give me something new and fresh.  The top down game play looks fantastic, and the few new features that have been hinted at look just as fabulous.  But just how true to the original will it be? In an interview with CNET, Eiji Aonuma shared s...