- Zelda Eternity
At today’s Nintendo Direct, the long rumored Nintendo 3DS remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask was officially confirmed!
3DS owners will be able to return to the grim world of Termina in spring 2015. This time, it will be enhanced with graphics and mechanics resembling the Ocarina of Time remake.
Update: A special edition of Majora’s Mask 3D will be released around the same time. It will include a steelbook case, Majora’s Mask pin, Poster, and a physical copy of the game. So far, this special edition is confirmed only for Europe. We can hope that it goes global.
Source: My Nintendo News
We will have more information as it comes.
You can find the Nintendo Direct archive right here. Check out the reveal trailer after the jump, as well as the trailer for the special edition.
When you work in a place like this, you eventually get used to seeing multiple Majora’s Mask 3D rumors per month, but even I must admit that this one, posted on Gonintendo.com on the 14th of July, bears a certain credibility.
This time around we have a photograph of a store shelf in a Canadian Target store labeled with “3DS ZELDA MSK,” an obvious reference to the long rumored Majora’s Mask 3D.
This should all be taken with a grain of salt, as it could be a hoax. This NeoGAF thread, however, seems to answer a lot of questions and lend credibility to the rumor.
Check out the picture after the jump.
A recent job posting over at Grezzo, the company behind the Ocarina of Time 3D remake, has hinted that they may be working on a new Zelda-related project, asking potential employees, “Would you like to make a Legend with us?” While this confirms nothing, all signs point to the early stages of Majora’s Mask 3D development. We’ll keep you updated as this story develops, and be sure to stick with Zelda Eternity for everything Zelda!
Hey there, Zelda fans! Ever wanted to hear Majora’s Mask music in an even more climactic way? Well, now’s your chance! A composer by the name of Rozen has recently released Part I of his Waiting For The Dawn EP titled “The Predicament Of The Four”.
I’ve embedded the music below, but I would highly recommend visiting Rozen’s website for more details and other media!
Thanks to our good friend Darren for the tip!
In the January 2014 issue of Game Informer, the magazine featured an interview with the director of A Link Between Worlds, Hiromasa Shikata. The interview hit many popular points of discussion. For example, Shikata was able to confirm that future Zelda games won’t necessarily run at 60 fps like A Link Between Worlds did. He also stated his hopes that fans will accept further changes to the Zelda formula similar to A Link Between Worlds’ item rental system.
The most notable question, however, was regarding the references to Majora’s Mask in the 3DS game, to which Shikata responded,
[Having Majora’s Mask in Link’s house] was a special request from Aonuma’s production team. Now why would they ask us to do that?
This statement naturally caught the attention of Majora’s Mask’s fanbase, as it seemed to tease that Aonuma’s team is working on something Majora’s Mask related.
I’ll leave the speculation to you guys.
Just this week, Nintendo released the official video of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma’s presentation at the New York Comic Con, focusing almost entirely on A Link Between Worlds.
Be warned, the video and following discussion contain spoilers.
In the video, we got to see some examples of the game’s new mechanics in action, as well as some discussion on the difficulty curve, and some insight into the development of the 3D world. Aonuma even through in a nonchalant hint about the future of Majora’s Mask.
This is something that I wanted to post during Wind Waker month, but given how it’s not relevant to The Wind Waker, couldn’t until today. Of course, I think it’s still worth sharing with you guys! In this video, the greatest movie star of all time stars in N64 classic, Majora’s Mask, making everything in the game at least twice as disturbing! Watch your sanity as you watch The Legend of Cage: Beneath the Mask.
Hello, Zelda Eternity readers. The Majora’s Mask Opera, a project that was announced quite a while ago and has lost practically no steam since is still going strong, but it has come to the attention of the general public that recently it has run into some difficulties. What could these difficulties be? More importantly, how can you help? Fortunately, the duo in charge of the project has released a video detailing their turmoil and difficulties, as well as listing their needs for the project to continue.
For the musically inclined among our female viewership (shut up, it exists!), the project is currently seeking a soprano to help produce another demo. If you wish to have an incredibly nerdy spotlight shined on you and be adored by thousands of Zelda fans from all over the world (probably), then watch the video below to find out how all this could be yours! They’re also in need of a voice for Majora, so if your voice resembles a maniacal and omnipotent child and you can carry a tune, then please, tune in! Or, if you simply want to donate to further the project, do the same! You know what, just watch the video– it’s better at this “explaining” thing than I am…
Hello, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the last day of your pathetic human existence! Not to suggest that my human existence isn’t equally pathetic, but… Well, let’s not be so introspective at such an important time. Now’s not the time to mope about how pathetic our respective hominid lives have been! Now’s the time for ACTION!
Contained within this post is your very own Zelda-themed apocalypse survival guide (now don’t you feel lucky?)! Before setting out to combat the forces of evil that will invariably begin pouring out when the earth cracks open to ravage the earth of all life, I’d recommend grabbing a sword from either an old swordsman on your island, a friendly local blacksmith, or out of a secret forest grove with rocks perpetually rolling around in it (hey, you can’t start out with the master sword– that comes later!). Next, grab a shield. It’s probably going to be wooden, which won’t help much against fire breathing demons, but you can upgrade to a metal shield whenever you’ve collected enough rupees (stop being impatient!). Finally, for the love of all that is good, pick up a strategy guide (or read the ones we’ve carefully assembled on this very site)! That’s just my opinion, however– if you want to hear the experts chime in, hit the jump button!
Hey, all! You know what I don’t like? War, famine, death, pestilence, poor game design, and internet trolls, but most of all I don’t like long-dead ancient people making predictions about where and when our modern, advanced society is going to end. Nevertheless, some culture decided that this is exactly what they’d do (to upset me, no doubt), and so the newest conspiracy theory to come out of the Mayans (apart from tearing out the heart of a virgin will appease the heathen gods) is that the world is going to end in a paltry 72 hours… Hey, that sounds familiar…
Turns out, I’m not the only clever bum in the Zelda community, and other fans have recognized this correlation as well! Yes, Terrible Fate recently surfaced and serves as a countdown to the end of the Mayan calendar. Join Terrible Fate as they wait out the last few days of life on Earth in full celebration of the greatest series of video games ever– no, wait, just Majora’s Mask, actually. Still, the thematics at play here are quite compelling.