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November 18th, 2009


Zelda Wii: Expect changes

Posted by: Lules
ONM has interviwed Eiji Aonuma and had him talk about Zelda Wii. What he has said is definitely good news.

Source: Official NintendoMagazine


"It is something we used to talk about with Mr Miyamoto, and he and I agree that if we are following the same structure again and again, we might not be able to give long time Zelda fans a fresh surprise."

"So we have been trying something new in terms of the structure of the Wii version of the new Zelda game this time. I am really hopeful that people will be surprised with the changes we have implemented for this Wii version."


That's right, we're finally getting the changes we've been asking for for so long. Miyamoto's remark that it "won't be radically different" got us worried, but it seems he has changed his mind. Zelda fans, rejoice!

Also, there has been a rumor going around saying we might not be getting to see Zelda Wii until E3 2011. Well, rejoice again!

"I hope that we can show you something at the E3 show next year and it is something we are hopeful will be surprising. Aonuma added.

THANK YOU, Nintendo! E3 2010, you cannot come soon enough!


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