Now that Sotoru Iwata has given fans a glimpse at the 2015 remake of Majora’s Mask, there are so many images and scenes that need to be compared back to the original release. Thankfully YouTuber, ninten2tv, has created a handy comparison video for us to analyze. Hit the jump to view the video and see for yourself.
Yesterday, November 5th, Nintendo announced that they are finally going to give Zelda fans what they’ve been clamoring for, they are going to release Majora’s Mask 3D. This reignited some thoughts I had about the release patterns for the Zelda series that I had last year, around the time Wind Waker HD and A Link Between Worlds were released.
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With all the news released yesterday about Majora’s Mask 3D, we also have some brand new packaging artwork for the game. This however is just tentative artwork and it is only for the European version of the game. You can see a glimpse of it to the left, but go ahead and make the jump for a larger version.
Note, it’s common practice for the European boxart to be a lot more colorful with a lot more going on, where as the North American cover artwork is usually quite plain and simple. It’s also worth noting that while this for the 3D version of the game, it has the old game model of the moon. Additionally, there is box artwork for the special edition box set of Majora’s Mask 3D, currently only announced for Europe.
Just when one thinks the merry go round of footage is over, Tecmo Koei decides to spin together a new trailer for Hyrule Warriors. Announced in yesterday’s Nintendo Direct, we got a preview of Link taking the Spinner for a spin, and so comes the official trailer. This time they show the spinner weapon, acquired through the Link Amiibo.
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During the Nintendo Direct today, we got some interesting news about Ultimate NES Remix – the NES Remix port for the 3DS. Apparently, if you purchase either the digital or physical copy of Ultimate NES Remix, you’ll get a free Famicom-inspired 3DS theme. It even has Link and Ganon in it! You can check it out after the jump!
By now you’ve most likely heard the news that Nintendo officially announced that Majora’s Mask is coming to 3DS this spring. With the promise of as yet unknown ‘added features’ we are left to speculate on just what changes should or will be made. Hit the jump for further discussion.
We have a ton of new artwork pieces for Majora’s Mask 3D. Many of the newly released artwork images are brand new, while others are from back when Majora’s Mask first released on the Nintendo 64. All the new artwork can be found after the jump.
It looks like we are going to once again meet with a terrible fate. A brilliant, terrible fate. That’s right, Majora’s mask is getting the same 3D treatment as Ocarina of Time! Make the jump to check out the gameplay segment shown in Nintendo’s most recent Direct, in which Iwata talks about the game over some footage from the highly anticipated and demanded remake.
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Today’s Nintendo Direct revealed two soon-to-be added features for Hyrule Warriors. By using your Link Amiibo on your gamepad, you can unlock a new weapon for Link: the Spinner. This movement-aiding object from Twilight Princess was rather underwhelming when not used on the designated rails, which might have lead to Nintendo’s decision to make up to the poor little thing by making it a weapon in Hyrule Warriors. The second feature is that by scanning any other Amiibo compatible with Super Smash Bros. you can get a random material, weapon, or rupee in the game. See the announcement after the break!
Just after the announcement confirming Majora’s Mask 3D, Nintendo Europe was quick to follow up with a preview of an exclusive Majora’s Mask 3D collector’s edition. Along with a glimpse of the the lovely box art, the collector’s edition is set to include a steelbook, double-sided poster, and a pin badge of Majora’s Mask itself. Hit the jump for the video reveal of the collector’s edition! Read more…
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-All new graphical enhancements, similar to Ocarina of Time 3D
-Spring 2015 Release Date
-Available for Nintendo 3DS and 2DS