Miiverse occasionally plays host to 'Miitings', essentially brief developer interviews that cover a recent release. It's been awhile since the last Miiting, so Nintendo decided to break the silence with one that covers the recent release of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. Eiji Aonuma was the one being interviewed, and he gave plenty of interesting insights into the development of both the remake and the original release.
Among some of the more interesting details was the subject of amiibo. Aonuma said that they already had Link, Ganondorf, and Zelda amiibo from Smash Bros. and that they wanted to have a character that best represented Twilight Princess. Wolf Link was the obvious choice, though Aonuma did say that he personally liked the idea of doing a Telma amiibo. Another interesting thing covered was that scene at the end of the game with Zant's neck, and what it really meant. Amusingly enough, Aonuma said that the guy who made that cutscene was something of a loner, and that nobody else actually knows what it means either.
For the full Miiting, check it out here, there's lots of interesting trivia.
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