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Re: Miyamoto talks Wii Zelda and hints at new save system in NSMBW
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2009, 07:30:09 PM »
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Quote from: GoNintendo
-A Text Message From RMC at the Myamoto Conference has confirmed 80 stages in the New Super Mario Bros. for Wii. I'll keep you informed with anymore info from the man himself as it comes to me!

-Galaxy 2 has roughly the same amount of content as the first. It's due out 2010.

-Bowling and Golf are once again confirmed for Wii Sports Resort.

-Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Has 4 Player Multiplayer. No Specific details...

-Zelda Wii art is shown. Not allowed to take pics. Plans to implement Wii Motion Plus. Hopes to show at NEXT E3... Art of Link shows Adult Link.

-No online play for New Super Mario Bros. Wii

Quote from: Kotaku
Speaking at a small roundtable conference this afternoon, Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto has said that while a new Zelda game for the Wii was not at this year's E3, he hopes to announce it next year.

And to prove he's not kidding around, the series creator brought in a piece of concept art for the game, showing an oldish Link (late teen/early adult) and a woman in a blue dress (presumably Zelda).

He also mentions that he'd love the game to feature Wii MotionPlus for things like swordplay and archery.

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Re: Miyamoto talks Wii Zelda and hints at new save system in NSMBW
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2009, 07:32:21 PM »
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Last year, Shigeru Miyamoto let slip that Nintendo was making a new Pikmin game. Today, he told me and Brian Crecente that the project is moving ahead, but not at the pace some fans may have hoped.

"I'm sorry," Miaymoto said when we asked him why the new Pikmin wasn't at this E3. "Unfortunately we haven't been able to expand the team size very much, because we've been working on so many different games that we've shown off at the show. So the team is working very hard, but it's a bit of a small team."

I asked, laughing, if there were more than two people on the team.

"Of course," he said, chuckling. "The basic work that they've been doing quite nicely." I tried to confirm whether the team was working on a full new game. He thought for a bit and said: "Yeah, and my basic idea is that the sense of the depth of the game and the simplicity of the control will all be there."

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Re: Miyamoto talks Wii Zelda and hints at new save system in NSMBW
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2009, 04:18:23 PM »
Apparently... Link doesn't have a sword in this new Zelda.
http://wii.ign.com/articles/991/991714p1.html
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Re: Miyamoto talks Wii Zelda and hints at new save system in NSMBW
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Re: Miyamoto talks Wii Zelda and hints at new save system in NSMBW
« Reply #5 on: June 05, 2009, 12:20:22 AM »
This may be the reason of Miyamoto-san 's absent in the conference this time, although seems that Nintendo will be preparing an even greater show next year  :D.

Excellent master of piece. No one else could get done better!

Just wondering why no sword...


 



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