Super Mario Maker might not have been a brand-new title at this year's E3, but it certainly turned a lot of heads with its inventive mechanics and use of iconic Mario imagery. It also had many people wondering if Nintendo could perform the same trick with any of its other classic IPs - Legend of Zelda included.
Game Informer got the chance to sit down with producer Takashi Tezuka and popped the question that many of us will have been wanting to ask - could we see Zelda Maker in the future? Sadly, the reply wasn't all that positive:
Zelda Maker might be a challenge to make I think. Personally, making Super Mario Maker that was a challenge in itself, and we hope that it's a success, so thank you for saying that, but I think that might be a difficult task.
It's understandable, to a degree - making a stage in Mario's world is quite simple, but in Zelda you'd need to create dungeons which act like massive puzzles, and that could prove to be difficult - even for the most dedicated Zelda fan.
What other franchises do you think the "Maker" style could be applied to? Let us know by posting a comment.