According to GameSpot’s recent interview with Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma, the next Zelda remake may very well depend on user input.
When asked about the next game to be remade, he responded very happily about what fan input means to him, and that it was a driving force in what made him happy to develop Majora’s Mask 3D.
Aonuma, who initially didn’t want to make a Majora’s Mask 3D, received positive feedback towards Operation Moonfall, a fan based movement created to get Nintendo to remake Majora’s Mask for the 3DS, and with a bit of push from Shigeru Miyamoto and his fans, he became much more encouraged about being part of the game’s development.
Here’s what he had to say about the future:
“As far as what games might be remade in the future? I think that we always pay a lot of attention to user demand to see what sort of things people are talking about. When I first came to this 3DS Majora’s Mask project, it was something that I personally had really wanted to remake for a while. But at the time that I first started working on it, I didn’t really know if people wanted it. If they’d want to buy and play it. So I was really happy to see as I was coming into the later stages of development of the game, that there were a lot of player voices out there of people who were saying that they wanted this game to come out. And I was really happy to see that.” — Eiji Aonuma
So rev up those petitions, Zelda fans; what we see next might just be up to you!
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