Zelda Wii U and uses of new controller
Aonuma is delighted with the two separate screens.
Eiji Aonuma, the main responsible for the present and the future of The Legend of Zelda franchise, continues to give clues as to what may be in stores in the adventure of Link in Wii U. Although the next to go will be The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for Wii, in his head he is thinking of some possible uses for the technology that the new Wii U console may offer.
That ability to show two scenes, one on the television and another on the screen will bring changes to the Wii u Zelda universe, helping "to interact with the game world and game objects very differently."
What most fascinates Aonuma and something that Wii Zelda U offers is the distance between the two screens, unlike the Nintendo DS, because this way you can play in true dual setting.
“I really think [having two screens is] one of the most exciting features of the system. Unlike the Nintendo DS, there’s distance between the television and you and your other screen. That really allows for some different interactions, some of which you saw [at E3]. For example, imagine having the contents of Link’s satchel available to you on the screen of your controller, and using elements of the pouch to interact with gameplay on the television
The controller will be objects in Zelda Wii U
Following the same line, the leader of EADS 3, of Nintendo made a difference to the title that is about to go on sale. Unlike Skyward Sword, with a more fixed functions in Zelda Wii U the control will be more plural:
“With The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, we had the Nunchuck and Wii Remote sort of stand in for the sword and shield that Link carries. But in a game for the Wii U, I can definitely see something like the controller itself becoming the different items that Link is using, allowing you to interact with the game world and with the game items in a very different way.”
Aonuma also declared that for him Zelda Wii U must be something more surprising than what shown at E3, a technical demo awarded by the media for the best graphics at the show.