This is what I said.Hi Nintendo,
When Miyamoto said he really wanted to let people have a feel for the new Zelda Skyward Sword and its technology, but only could on the E3 show floor and other small limited events, wouldn't it be great to spread the demo via Wii Shop Channel? I know I certainly would buy the demo to try it out, and I would tell everyone how amazing it really is, as a personal influence I would probably get them more excited about it then a press review.
Myself and so many others are dying to try this new technology and would gladly put in the money to do so, as well as tell the community how it really works and feels. The demo is already complete and it wouldn't cost much on your behalf. Even if it were for a limited time offer, so the buzz would already be there and it wouldn't affect sales for the game when it came out.
I'm hoping you understand my proposition, it would be a wise move for Nindendo, as well as it would make many fans satisfied until the release.
It looks like a mix of answers you all got. But the more people that ask for it, the more Nintendo might consider it. The people replying don't have the authority to do so but our feedback is going to headquarters. So, I think we should keep asking about it.[FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]Hello Justin,
[FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]Every so often we hear from consumers who want Nintendo to publish demos of upcoming games. I can understand the desire to play The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword; players like you are excited about what's on the horizon and are eager to experience it, even if only for a few minutes. Nintendo understands this, and it is for this reason that we make sure that stores that sell our products have kiosks for all our systems set up where players may try out or view trailers for a variety of different games.
[FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]Having said that, there are currently no plans to release a demo version of the latest The Legend of Zelda installment through the Wii Shop Channel or store kiosks. I will make sure that your feedback is forwarded to our departments who make these decisions.[/FONT]
[FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]Nintendo's latest innovation for getting demos to the player is the DS Download Station, now available in thousands of stores across the United States and Canada. Bring in your DS and download from a list of available demos that you can take anywhere with you as long as the system remains on. Try as many as you like, but you may only try one at a time. For more details, please check out the official DS Download Station website! [/FONT]