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Miyamoto Talks Wii U Zelda

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  1. Maura

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    Eurogamer reports that Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto has been talking to Entertainment Weekly about a Wii U Zelda game. At last year’s E3, fans were wowed by a tech demo that was shown of a Zelda game running on the Wii U in HD, and many were hoping for more of the same at this year’s E3, which is one of the reasons why some fans were disappointed by the Wii U launch this year, as they had been hoping that a new Zelda Wii U game would have been announced as well. Talking about the prospect of Zelda on Wii U, Miyamoto told EW that Nintendo is still working on the Wii U controls for the next Zelda.

    Somewhat worryingly though, he also said that the game should be more accessible to a broader audience, telling EW:

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    Splash_King The Scrubbiest of Hunters

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    I damn-well don't know anyone insane enough to not finish Skyward Sword...

    I'm not at all worried 'bout any seemingly absurd direction Miyamoto could take Zelda. Loved Twilight Princess, loved Skyward Sword, "gimmicky" motion controls 'n all.
     
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    WiiAssasin The ride never ends

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    Big audience? Surely they don't want to up the grittiness to satisfy the gamers of today.
     

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