Anouma Wants Crossbow Sequel
"To tell you the truth, I actually wanted to create Link’s Crossbow Training 2," Anouma said in an interview with games™ magazine. "I thought that we should do something more and better in the field of the first person shooter, based on our experience of the first game."
"For example, I was thinking that maybe we could intensify the multiplayer mode. The original game was really just a solo game but I thought that we could add a true multiplayer mode with multiple users playing together, from remote areas, over the Wi-Fi Connection."
Anouma's ideas weren't enough to persuade the Nintendo bigwigs however. "The fact of the matter is that a lot of people inside Nintendo insisted that I should work on a new Legend Of Zelda title rather than working on more Crossbow Training."
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks was released on the DS earlier this month, and Anouma has hinted that a new Zelda title will be announced in 2010. Check out issue 91 of games™ magazine – on sale from today – for the full interview with Anouma.