Eiji Aonuma says his eyes "have been opened to how important" that freedom is.
Zelda series producer wants to fully use Switch's features.
Producer Eiji Aonuma hints that he may be working on a new IP with Nintendo.
Some elements at a certain milestone ended up breaking several good things from before.
Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma talks about "striking a balance we were happy with".
So nothing like Grand Theft Auto it seems.
Nintendo, you better be listening.
A show floor demo on the cards for next year?
The Dynasty Warriors-esque hack and slash title will be available in Japan later this year.
But if Eiji Aonuma and his team find a new approach that fans will love, they'll go for it.
Nintendo hasn't forgotten about the N64 classic.
Though their ideas for how to make it are odd to say the least.
The Zelda producer and director talks about being tired and doing things differently.
Still wants to stay true to franchise's feel, however.
Eiji Aonuma knows that charging for the content means "it needs to be worth it."
Game director wants players "to see the game in a different way".