Posted on December 23 2010 by Nathanial Rumphol-Janc
Like the entire stable of classic games that Miyamoto has produced, the latest Zelda title will be a Nintendo exclusive, a game that exerts a commercial pull so powerful that people will buy consoles especially to play it.
At the time of our meeting, the game is “over half complete”.
“What we are focused on is creating gameplay mechanics so the gameplay experience feels very dense. In fact, the overall experience is going to feel more dense. We hope that people will want to go back and replay the game once they finish it”.
We’ve been waiting ages for any sort of news on Skyward Sword, and hidden within an interview we already posted was some juicy information. We know the game is over half completed now, and that the overall experience they are aiming for is dense. So dense that we want to immediately go back and replay it. While I am unsure what meaning of dense they are aiming for, one thing is for certain: They are aiming for this to be one of the most complete Zelda games we have ever played, with story, controls, and environments being so engaging that we just don’t want to put the game down, even after completion. I wont begin the hype train yet. We need a release date before I get too excited, but it’s nice to get a small update on the games progress, and their goals in creating it. Hopefully we hear more in early 2011.
Source: Pocket Lint