Miiverse discussions are always interesting and this latest one certainly isn’t an exception. Nintendo recently held a Miiverse Developers Room Meeting for The Legend of Zelda series to provide gamers with a little more insight into the game. There were many things discussed including Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma’s favorite location in Majora’s Mask, Majora meaning, and also a nice little tease for the return of the Happy Mask Salesman. This entire interview was a faux interview with the Happy Mask Salesman and you can read excerpts above.
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Want to put your drawing skills to good use? Well open up the Art Academy application and join in on the latest contest. The Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma says that Miiverse users simply have to draw anything based on The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Aonuma has cleared up that the submission period will end on March 1st or when the number of comments reaches 1000.
Hello, this is Eiji Aonuma, producer of The Legend of Zelda games. On Feb. 7, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, Master Quest will be in Tokyo to perform a concert celebrating the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D! We’ve also recently created an official The Legend of Zelda Japanese Twitter account (@ZeldaOfficialJP)! To celebrate these events, we’re having a drawing contest in this community! The theme for this contest is…free-style! Draw anything based on The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask! Guidelines:
• Pictures must be drawn using Art Academy: SketchPad, which is available for purchase in Nintendo eShop.
• Pictures must be The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask themed.
• Entries are limited to one original work per person. • Comment on this post to submit your entry. Remember, this is a worldwide event so please avoid using writing in your pictures. The submission period will end on March 01, 2015 or when the number of comments reaches 1000, whichever comes first.
I’ll also announce drawings I like along with my comments as I come across them on The Legend of Zelda Japanese Twitter account, and later on The Legend of Zelda Facebook page and on Nintendo’s American and European Twitter accounts (@NintendoAmerica and @NintendoEurope). If you don’t have Art Academy: SketchPad, we’d still love for you to participate by giving your drawings you like a Yeah! I’ll make my choices based on gut feeling! It’s not only about artistic skill but creative ideas, so even if you’re not a painting expert, don’t be shy and send in your drawings. I’m looking forward to seeing your works! Note: If you submit a drawing as a comment to this post, you grant Nintendo the royalty-free right to publish your drawing online and offline. Your drawing must be an original work of your own creation. You may include Nintendo logos, brand names and products in your drawing. There should not be any products, logos or brands belonging to other companies included.
Nintendo has released some interesting data regarding searches on its Wii U and Nintendo 3DS social network, Miiverse. The company has revealed which games were the most searched for on the service and the results really aren’t too surprising. What is interesting though is that Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric was ranked at seventh, which is presumably because people wanted to see just how buggy and glitchy the game is. Anyway, here’s the top Miiverse searches during 2014.
1) Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
2) Mario Kart 8
3) Animal Crossing: New Leaf
4) Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U
5) Hyrule Warriors
6) Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
7) Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric
8) LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
9) Call of Duty: Ghosts Community
10) Tomodachi Life
Pikmin creator Shigeru Miyamoto has announced the winners of the “Pikmin Spotted” drawing contest held on Miiverse last month. The talented director and producer had encouraged Art Academy: SketchPad users to draw Pikmin in or around natural environments in order to celebrate the arrival of the Pikmin short movies coming to Nintendo Wii U and 3DS. With the November 30 deadline for submissions, artists needed to get cracking on their entries quickly.
Over the weekend, Miyamoto named the various winners for the gold, silver and bronze awards, alongside a number of other very worthy drawings chosen by the director himself and MariChan – producer of the Miiting for the Pikmin short movies. You can check out all the winning entries on the official website, here. Let us know if you entered in the comment section below.
Watch Dogs appears to be one of the first high profile third-party title not to allow for screenshot sharing via Wii U social network, Miiverse. A number of fans who’ve picked up the game have taken to the social network to complain that they’re unable to share images with other Miiverse users. You may have missed it, but we uploaded the first 25 minutes of the game which you can watch here. Anyway, here’s what a Miiverse fan had to say about the situation.
No screenshots allowed. I tried attaching one to this Miiverse post, I also tried the web browser method at i.nintendo.net.
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Nintendo are set to issue a new update later this month to its social network Miiverse – and it will make big changes to user profiles. Though members of the network are usually notified of the changes when the update is live, Miiverse’s Marty has given current users plenty of time to understand such changes.
In his message, which you can view here, Marty explains that all user profiles will be made public in the next update. Currently, users must sign in using their NNID to view other posters profiles, but when the update is issued sometime between mid-to-late November, non-Miiverse members will be able to see anyone’s profile – providing it’s set to “Everyone” in the privacy settings menu. If you do not wish your profile to be viewed by the public, you can change your settings accordingly via the user page.
As per usual, Marty will be sure to post the update when the changes come into view. Will this will be the only change in the update in late November, or could there be a few others too? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Pikmin creator Shigeru Miyamoto is set to hold a special drawing competition to celebrate the recent arrival of his Pikmin short movies. Shared over Miiverse, Miyamoto has called out to Art Academy: SketchPad artists to submit drawings based on the theme “Pikmin Spotted”. Users are invited to submit their drawings in the Art Academy Events community by November 30, 2014, and must own the application before doing so. For those who don’t own the application, you will still able to view the artwork by logging into Miiverse and selecting the community.
Nintendo has previously held Miiverse drawing competitions through SketchPad. You may remember Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma also invited artists to share their incredible visions of their favourite characters from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds back in January. Below you’ll find Miyamoto’s message from Miiverse.
Hello, this is Shigeru Miyamoto from Nintendo! To commemorate the release of PIKMIN Short Movies on Nintendo eShop, I would like to ask all artists using Art Academy: SketchPad to help share the charm of Pikmin with everyone. In the Art Academy Events community, we will be holding a drawing challenge with the theme “Pikmin Spotted!” The deadline will be 30th November 2014.
You will need to own the Art Academy: SketchPad software to submit your drawings. However, anyone can swing by and enjoy browsing through all the wonderful artwork, so I hope you’ll come visit the event page!