Miyamoto: “We want to be as creative as possible for upcoming Wii Zelda”

Thursday, 5th November 2009 16:59 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


Nintendo’s financial briefing has been all over the news, and in it, Shigeru Miyamoto mentioned during the Q&A portion that the next Zelda will have “gorgeous graphics”.

“On developing the recent Zelda for DS, I found out that one of Zelda’s core appeals is its uniqueness,” he said. “Of course we are preparing gorgeous graphics for the sake of users’ anticipation for a grand role-playing adventure [on Wii].

“But what I believe is very important is the realistic, actual feeling players have experienced themselves; the feeling to have really been on an adventure, to have explored the unknown terrains, to have solved the puzzle through trial and errors, to have themselves grown through various experiences!

“In that sense, a personal sense of creativity is becoming important among us. We have assembled one of the most creative team for the recent Zelda for DS, and we want to be as creative as possible for upcoming Wii Zelda.”

Thanks, NintendoEverything.



  1. freedoms_stain

    I think they should buff Link up and give Zelda bra-busting double-Gs, just for David Cage.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Panipal2005

    Hmm, up top is a story from Sony speaking of how new IPs are essential…

    Meanwhile here’s some berk from Nintendo apparently under the impression ‘same old fucking franchise’ and ‘creative’ aren’t oxymoronic.

    I wish I hadn’t put Homebrew on my Wii so that I could sell the fucking thing.

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Dannybuoy

    No way! This is ground breaking news right here!! “gorgeous graphics”? So they’re. Developing it for PS3 and 360 then! ;-)

    #3 5 years ago
  4. Gekidami

    You could just uninstall the Homebrew couldnt you Pani?

    #4 5 years ago
  5. Hero of Canton

    ‘Same old fucking franchise’ and ‘creative’ needn’t be oxymoronic. Just as ‘brand new IP’ doesn’t always mean anything more than ‘generic FPS’. Depends how it’s done, innit.

    #5 5 years ago

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