With Nintendo still drowning in cash it started to look like Nintendo could keep it’s mouth shut about any future projects and the cash would keep on coming. So it was pretty surprising that Nintendo’s president, the always charming Satoru Iwata, let out not one but two juicy bits of information in a recent interview.
The first being that the next Zelda game will apparently go on sale sometime before the end of 2010 and considering we haven’t seen but a single piece of concept art, this comes with its own set of implications. The game could be rushed, could be so different from traditional Zelda that they’d rather not talk about it until it’s pretty much done. Who knows!
The second bit of information is even juicier as Iwata stated that "[It will have] highly detailed graphics, and it will be necessary to have a sensor with the ability to read the movements of people playing." What could this mean? Perhaps an end to the double screen, the standardization of an accelerometer into the hardware, more complex software on the handheld’s cameras? Enticing ideas, huh? Well, no matter because Iwata also says the DS is still selling so well we shouldn’t occupy our minds with such thoughts and just keep on throwing money at Nintendo.
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