December 31, 2017 11:34 am Published by Leave your thoughts

In case you missed it yesterday, what started out as a simple poll on Twitter, ended up being anything but.


We wanted to see how our followers would feel about a Zelda game being made by Davide Soliani, Rain Games or even Capcom once again, even if the latter solely worked on a remaster of the game they’ve done before, or had Rain Games do it for them. Now, to be up front, I already went into the whole Rain Games should be allowed to make a Zelda gamething, which you can see for yourself by clicking here, but today isn’t about that. Today is about the numerous responses our poll got from World to the West designer Ole Ivar Rudi and believe me, he said plenty.From talking about the decision for split characters, Zelda inspirations and even scrapped plans for a 3DS port, we really got to learn more about what is simply a beautiful game that is coming to the Nintendo Switch next month. So because of what was said, we felt it was fitting to dedicate an article to the bigger responses and share them in their tweet form, rather than a boring copy and paste job. Without further ado, here are our highlights:

 *The Interview in Question was Conducted in September, 2016.

Ole, if you’re reading this, your responses were brilliant and we thank you for taking the time to tweet them and if you’re not Ole and want to see what else he had to say, why not check out our ongoing poll yourself and sieve through the responses. There is quite a bit we didn’t cover!

Source: @oleivarrudi (Twitter)

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