Earlier this week we shared a video in which Shigeru Miyamoto and Bill Trinen appeared with YouTube celeb Rosanna Pansino, in a charming interview focused on making cute cakes and promoting family-centric Nintendo games. In another video Miyamoto-san and Bill Trinen have conducted an interview with YouTube tech vlogger iJustine, this time digging into some intriguing details on titles such as Mario Maker, The Legend of Zelda for Wii U, Star Fox for Wii U and more.
The most interesting and solid information relates to Mario Maker, in which Miyamoto-san goes a step further from previous comments promising community sharing, confirming that there will be options to share levels online, in addition to playing and ranking those submitted by others. It's a logical step that many have assumed would be the case — especially as Nintendo has successfully supported or implemented content sharing in other projects — yet it's pleasing to have solid word.
In the rest of the interview there are interesting comments regarding the size of the world in The Legend of Zelda for Wii U, with an explanation given that we should consider an environment the size of that in Twilight Princess, but in one seamless world as opposed to separate, isolated areas within a whole. We're also told a little more regarding the GamePad usage in Star Fox, with a minor expansion on the details outlined at E3; the prospect of the cockpit on the GamePad and a 'cinematic' view on the TV certainly sounds intriguing.
Some other games are also discussed, so this interview is well worth a watch. Check it out below and let us know what you think.