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Takuya Aizu Wants To Develop A Zelda II Remake

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Takuya Aizu Wants To Develop A Zelda II Remake

Inti Creates CEO Takuya Aizu during a recent interview with Nintendo Force, was asked what game he would select if his team was required to remake one of Nintendo’s existing games.

His response was, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link the NES title from 1986.

“Just one!? Well, I would love to make a new The Adventure of Link for the modern era!”

“Despite being a success at the time of release, Zelda II was never considered a true masterpiece compared to games in the series before or after. It’s remembered as a title that did not provide a classic Zelda experience due to its side-scrolling design. In saying this, its legacy lives on – being the first game in the series to include NPCs and one of the earlier games to combine platform and role-playing elements.

Surprisingly, this isn’t the first time we’ve heard about someone eyeing-off the Zelda II, with the man behind Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap on Switch, of the belief he could make the game a lot better than it actually was.”

Inti Creates was formed by ten former members of Capcom with Takuya Aizu as the CEO. First starting in Chiba Prefecture, they expanded by opening a studio in Nagoya in 2008. First starting as a Limited liability company, they became a publicly traded company in 2003. As of 2018, they have approximately 100 staff members.

They are best known as the developers of the Mega Man Zero and Mega Man ZX series.

They have also published several music albums composed and arranged by III, whose members are Ippo Yamada, Ryo Kawakami, Luna Umegaki, Tsutomu Kurihara, and Masaki Suzuki, amongst others. On August 29, 2014, they released their first self-published games Azure Striker Gunvolt and its cross-promotion Mighty Gunvolt.

For more information read the full article at – NintendoLife.

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