Zelda mastermind Aonuma again joins the hype train, divulging more minor Zelda Wii points of interest. This time, despite Miyamoto’s previous claims to the contrary, it seems Zelda Wii will change the basic flow of a Zelda title, which currently consists of exploring a field and then completing a dungeon, then going back to the field again. Not so in Zelda Wii, although he failed to mention exactly how this formula will be changed. As a side note, he also mentioned the MotionPlus implementation is going along swimmingly. Quotes and source after the read more.
“We’re taking advantage of MotionPlus. It’s become very natural – the movement of your arms is precisely reflected in the gameplay. Thanks to the technological advancements, we hope the gameplay can be more accessible to people.
“We’re making efforts regarding the total flow of the Zelda game. So far, the basic flow of the Zelda games is you’re exploring a field, you go to a dungeon, you conquer it and return to the field. We’re looking at altering that traditional flow. That’s all I can share, and I can’t say more until E3 next year.” – Eijii Aonuma