Posted by : nydia 19 jun. 2016


Aonuma has definitely made it clear there will be no gender options in Breath of the Wild. This both upset fans and made some celebrate at the same time. In a new interview with TIME magazine, the Zelda series producer makes some comments on both males and females relating to Link, wanting to make Link gender-neutral in Ocarina of Time, and how Link in Breath of the Wild is designed to look like a gender-neutral, but apparently still a male. Read on to the full quote.
“Back during the Ocarina of Time days, I wanted Link to be gender neutral. I wanted the player to think ‘Maybe Link is a boy or a girl.’ If you saw Link as a guy, he’d have more of a feminine touch. Or vice versa, if you related to Link as a girl, it was with more of a masculine aspect. I really wanted the designer to encompass more of a gender-neutral figure. So I’ve always thought that for either female or male players, I wanted them to be able to relate to Link.
During the development of Twilight Princess, I went a different route and created a version of Link that was more masculine.But after Twilight Princess I went back to the drawing board and decided Link should be a more gender-neutral character. Hence I created the version of Link that you see in Breath of the Wild. As far as gender goes, Link is definitely a male, but I wanted to create a character where anybody would be able to relate to the character.” So that’s why I think the rumor went around that Link could be a female. Because maybe the users were able to relate in that way.” — Eiji Aonuma
Como pueden ver, tambien los videojuegos tendran que lidiar con este tema de la homofobia.. las cosas como son ... Link siempre ha sido niño "el heroe del "tiempo" y zelda siempre la "niña" o princesa de Hyrule...  eso ha sido desde el primer videojuego.. de que las tendencias y los graficos tiendan a "delinear y ser mas delicados " es otro rollo pero la historia ha sido siempre   asi .. y en lo personal me gusta mucho.  Eso es lo que yo apoyo.. ya en cuento a los personajes secundarios, ahi si  han metido de todo un poco, tienen mas "libertad " de diseñar y elegir el "genero" de los personajes

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