Nintendo ideas engine Shigeru Miyamoto has said, effectively, that we could be waiting some time for the next Zelda
Miyamoto said of the game, "I'm really not sure when we'll be able to make a public announcement on that. I can't even say if the next E3 will be the right opportunity to do so. But rest assured, our teams are working on new projects right now."
So, while it's no secret that the game is in development
, it looks like it will be at least six months (and probably longer) before we even see anything of it, let alone see it on shop shelves.
Miyamoto also passed the buck for the track listing on Wii Music
, which is made up of nursery rhymes, traditional folk, '80s pop and Nintendo themes and has drawn criticism from some quarters. "Koji Kondo is responsible for the music in many Nintendo games and he selected the songs", he said. "The criteria he went by was that they must be well known to everyone and they must be simple. When the chord progression is simple, the song is better suited to the ad-libbing you do in the game's jam sessions. Of course, if we only included simple, traditional songs, that might be boring for some people, so that's why we included some contemporary tunes as well."
So, there you go. Not his fault!Source: Official Nintendo Magazine