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Nintendo’s last Legend of Zelda release was The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for the Nintendo 3DS glasses-free 3-D handheld. The Ocarina of Time is considered one of the best games ever by some gamers. The title originally released for the Nintendo 64 and was just remastered in 3-D for the 3DS with updated graphics and content. Since the 3DS version is successful, the next Zelda game Nintendo should bring to the 3DS would be the other Nintendo 64 Zelda title, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask.
In an interview with the Nintendo Power magazine, Nintendo Producer Eiji Aonuma confirmed that Nintendo is interested in giving Majora’s Mask a 3-D remastering treatment like its sister game Ocarina of Time.
We all knew it was an inevitablelity. I mean, a Final Fantasy game on the Nintendo 3DS? It wouldn’t have made any sense for it not to happen, especially with Square promising to support the system, but here it is. It’s just not what you think it is. Instead of opting for your traditional turn-based formula, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is a rhythm based game that is a homage to the neo-classical compositions that the series is known for. While Square has yet to reveal exact gameplay details, from what they’ve…
Despite earlier reports surfacing this week regarding Pokemon Tap, a new Pokemon-based rhythm game that will make its debut on smartphones later this summer, Nintendo has stated that they remain firm on their plans to continue to push handheld games solely on their first-party hardware products and not expand onto smartphone gaming. “(Nintendo) hasn’t changed and won’t change,” said Nintendo spokesman Yasuhiro Minagawa to Bloomberg news. Why then would a Pokemon title be released on one of Nintendo’s “competitors”? Simple. Nintendo only owns 32 percent of the Pokemon Company and…
iPad and tablet gaming is on the rise. Most games for tablets are normally under $10 in cost, but as tablet games become more robust like console games for the Xbox 360 system, the apps will cost more to develop, so game makers would want more money in return to cover those higher costs, according to the video game news website IndustryGamers.
Read what each of the three big game platforms had in store for this year’s E3.
Gamehoot takes a look at the plans announced for E3 2011.
The 3-D portable remake of Link’s first polygonal adventure has a release date.
“Harvest Moon” publisher Natsume reveals a new entry into the series on the Nintendo DS and 3DS systems.
Nintendo’s latest hand-held device may have launched on March 27, 2011, but it sure has been doing its job of promoting the gadget. Even with the debut of the Nintendo 3DS, it hasn’t stopped its demo tours which still go on until the April 3 in select cities.
The Nintendo 3DS hit North American store shelves on March 27, the Kyoto, Japan-based corporation’s latest hand-held game system featuring glasses-free 3-D technology. Nintendo may be looking elsewhere, other than 3-D technology, for another innovation to feature in its next home gaming console.
Only five days remain until Nintendo’s glasses-free 3DS portable device makes its North American debut on March 27. The handheld system will ship alongside 18 titles on day one.
In a video interview with Conservative New Media at the Game Developers Conference on March 4, Associate Public Relations Manager for Nintendo of America David Young revealed while demonstrating “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time” for the glasses-free Nintendo 3DS handheld that the title will come with both the original game and the remixed Master Quest version. This 3DS edition of the Ocarina of Time adds 3-D functionality and updates the 12-year-old graphics from the original Nintendo 64 release. The Master Quest edition made its North American debut back…