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In todays Nintendo Direct Iwata officially announced what fans of the Zelda franchise have been asking for since the release of Ocarina of Time for the 3DS.

Majora’s Mask for the 3DS is going to be given the full textural upgrade treatment that Ocarina of Time was given. Some notable changes is the updated, and even scarier moon, and better light effects. Iwata said that while they tried to make sure that the remake was faithful to the original.

No news has been included if Majora’s Mask for the 3DS will release with any additional content. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D will be coming to Nintendo 3DS and 2DS in Spring 2015.

You can watch the full Nintendo Direct for the 5th of November here.

Andrew Stretch

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I have been playing all kinds of games for as long as I can remember with a particular interest in action adventure and platforming titles. While I am primarily an Xbox gamer I also spend a fair bit of time on the PS4 and on my PC in VR.

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  • ninmecu

    As I said elsewhere



    If they release the new 3ds with MM in some form of collectors edition, I’d buy it. And I’m broke with a daughter on the way.

  • Vholst

    WOOOOOOOO! Need to polish off my 3ds!

  • 33

    I still have an N64, but I hope they don’t end up changing some of the designs like they did for OoT. It is a game with a lot of atmosphere; it would be a shame if they unnecessarily change something that could potentially shake it.

  • Niwjere

    Look, a game for the 3DS that’s actually worth owning! And it’s a re-release of an older title!

    I’ll buy this one merely because it’s Majora’s Mask on the go (and Majora’s Mask is the single best Zelda title in history — OoT, please take a seat and put on the dunce cap). That will bring my 3DS library to a grand total of four games, one of which is an eShop title — Kid Icarus Uprising (zero replay value), Mario Kart 7 (lackluster), Azure Striker Gunvolt (excellent), and Majora’s Mask (re-release).

    What the hell happened to Nintendo? Oh wait, that’s right — they’ve been pandering to the casuals since the Wii and staving off their fans with re-releases. I remember now. Miyamoto wants to change that, but for me, it’s too little too late. I don’t own a Wii U (not even Smash 4 could sell me one of those useless bricks) and the 3DS library is a crapfest.

    Next generation will tell whether or not Nintendo learned not to drink from the poisoned well of casualization.