Diese Webseite kann Cookies verwenden, weitere Informationen findest Du hier.

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker sollte eigentlich Link in der Hauptrolle wissen. Nintendo spricht über das Potential von DLCs

News #20.425: 08.08.2018, 04:48

Turns out Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker started life as Link: Treasure Tracker. Nintendo was originally planning to use Link from The Legend of Zelda as the main character, but they eventually moved away from that idea and pivoted to Captain Toad.

You can hear a lot more on the topic from Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker director Shinya Hiratake, who spoke to Polygon.

"We always think about how we can introduce 3D games to more people. We thought that Captain Toad in Super Mario 3D World was perfect because it brought in the element of searching to [Mario's] world. We wanted to build a sandbox: a small, contained world that has a linear path, and someone that could not jump. By having a main character that couldn't jump, we thought it would be easier for the player to explore the 3D world. Also, we would be able to contain the world and not make it too big.

But at the same time, perhaps the experience of controlling the camera would also be a fun thing to try. We thought about how we could have players that are beginners control the camera and control the game. We thought that putting the whole stage in one screen and changing the camera angle could be a fun [way to play]. That way it's ... easy to approach. We wanted to explore that as a core mechanic of Captain Toad, and that's how we ended up with those miniature worlds.

We thought Link would be a little too courageous and he would want to fight enemies with his weapons. Captain Toad is still courageous, but maybe a little bit weaker, and by having a character like that we thought we could have the player focus on the geography and turning the camera, that kind of gameplay. In the end I think it worked out really well."

Could there be even more Captain Toad in the future, perhaps through a sequel or DLC levels? Here's what Hiratake had to say.

"Is that something you'd want? It really kind of depends on how people respond."


Link500 *, 2.125 Zeichen •


[Es wurde noch kein Kommentar verfasst]
[Kein neuer Kommentar mehr möglich]

in News

News #21305 INTERN: "Relaunch" von Eyes on Nintendo!
14 Kommentare, zuletzt 18.12.2018, 16:39:14 Uhr
News #21321 NES Controller Overview - Nintendo Switch Online
3 Kommentare, zuletzt 18.12.2018, 16:37:07 Uhr
News #21323 Komponist Yuzo Koshiro kreierte einen Track, wie sich Mario im Sonic Universum anhören würde
1 Kommentar, zuletzt 18.12.2018, 16:30:01 Uhr
News #21315 Verbraucherzentrale will Nintendo wegen eShop Richtlinien verklagen
2 Kommentare, zuletzt 17.12.2018, 22:31:06 Uhr
News #21314 Schurken gewinnen Splatfest
3 Kommentare, zuletzt 17.12.2018, 17:03:16 Uhr
News #21294 Ark Survival Evolved auf der Switch, technisch leider eine Katastrophe
5 Kommentare, zuletzt 15.12.2018, 18:53:21 Uhr
News #21292 Sakurai spricht über die Inspiration für den Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World of Light Modus und i...
6 Kommentare, zuletzt 15.12.2018, 02:11:52 Uhr
News #21284 Sakurai verrät, wann die Entwicklung von Super Smash Bros. Ultimate startete
5 Kommentare, zuletzt 14.12.2018, 00:59:46 Uhr
News #21291 Mega Men Legacy Collection ist das erste Mega Man Spiel in 15 Jahren, das sich über 1 Millionen Mal ver...
1 Kommentar, zuletzt 13.12.2018, 11:46:17 Uhr
News #21287 Nintendo Switch: So bald gibt es wohl kein neues Modell
3 Kommentare, zuletzt 13.12.2018, 06:26:48 Uhr
News #21282 Laut Famitsu hat sich Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in Japan innerhalb von drei Tagen 1.23 Millionen Mal verkau...
2 Kommentare, zuletzt 12.12.2018, 19:25:31 Uhr
News #21286 Update 1.2.0
4 Kommentare, zuletzt 12.12.2018, 19:21:36 Uhr
News #21276 Diddy Kong eignet sich perfekt für eine Reihe anzüglicher Bilder
2 Kommentare, zuletzt 12.12.2018, 03:45:39 Uhr
News #21255 Mortal Kombat 11 auch für die Switch angekündigt
11 Kommentare, zuletzt 11.12.2018, 22:41:20 Uhr
News #21267 Persona 5: Gerüchte sprechen von einer Nintendo Switch-Umsetzung - Statement von Reggie Fils-Aime
2 Kommentare, zuletzt 11.12.2018, 03:25:33 Uhr