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Nintendo has No Plans to Release Skyward Sword for Switch

Nintendo has No Plans to Release Skyward Sword for Switch

After series Producer Eiji Aonuma seemed to tease a Skyward Sword Switch port, the Zelda loving portion of the internet went insane with theories and hype You know, like the internet tends to do.However, Nintendo today shot back at those theories by utterly destroying them.Speaking to Eurogamer, Nintendo announced that they have absolutely no plans to bring Skyward Sword back[...]

Eiji Aonuma Teases Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for Switch

Eiji Aonuma Teases Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for Switch

Zelda series Producer Eiji Aonuma made a few remarks on stage at a Zelda concert in Osaka, Japan this weekend that appeared to indicate a Skyward Sword port for the Nintendo Switch system According to a Weibo post (via Eurogamer), Aonuma teased the port to the audience, saying "I know what you are thinking, Skyward Sword for Switch,[...]

Breath of the Wilds Speed Runs and Shrine Skips are All Going According to Plan

Breath of the Wild's Speed Runs and Shrine Skips are All "Going According to Plan"

In a recent interview with IGN, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild producer Eiji Aonuma and game director Hidemaro Fujibayashi discussed how pleased they were with their fans' speedruns and shrine skips This might seem a bit out of character for a game producer and director to say, but a big part of open world games[...]

Breath of the Wilds Master Cycle Zero Was Borrowed from Mario Kart

Breath of the Wild's Master Cycle Zero Was Borrowed from Mario Kart

Near the end of Champions’ Ballad, Link unlocks the motorcycle, which he’s then able to drive around Hyrule.In an interview with series producer Eiji Aonuma and game director Hidemaro Fujibayashi, IGN asked about Link’s new ride, including its possible relation to the Master Cycle Link rides in Mario Kart 8.“When we were thinking about this[...]

Zelda Wii U Is No Longer Planned For 2015

Zelda Wii U Is No Longer Planned For 2015

In a move that should surprise no one, Nintendo have today announced that the untitled Zelda Wii U game is getting pushed out of 2015.In a video message to fans, the game's producer Eiji Aonuma addressed the problem directly saying: I must apologize to all of you who were expecting the game by year’s end, but we are[...]