Link Yanks Out More Screenshots Of The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time 3D

By Spencer . May 13, 2011 . 8:08am

Like Star Fox 64 3D, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D utilizes the gyro sensor built in the Nintendo 3DS. Players can tilt to aim the slingshot or bow.


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That’s one of the new features in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. Line Attack Heroes developer Grezzo (that’s the studio developing Ocarina of Time 3D) also added a touch screen menu and handy map on the bottom screen. Oh, and you don’t have to memorize Saria’s Song now. The game notes the revised commands on the bottom screen.


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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D includes the original Nintendo 64 game with 3D graphics and the Master Quest. North American 3DS owners can ride Epona again on June 19 when the game comes out.


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  • Guest

    Cool but as I mentioned before I want new games; not too keen on this whole new wave of 3DS ports; this is the same complaints people had on the PSP when it first came out (being a PS2 port machine). How bout a 3D Super Robot Wars game with 3D models, a first person Fist of the North Star game, a new Jump! Superstars game,a new 3D FZero game etc

    • Just Nintendo being Nintendo, doing their thang 

    • There’s a Super Robot Taisen game in development if I’m not mistaken. ^^

      EDIT: However I haven’t seen any info on it for now.

    •  First person Fist of the North Star? Of what exactly have you thought?

      • Guest

        Hokuto no Ken Punchmania arcade game or the Hokutono Ken DS Pachislot 1st person mini game were influences of thought

    • Exkaiser

      In due time, in due time.

      Besides that, SRW is pretty slow to show up on new consoles since Banpresto’s cheap as hell.

    • thebanditking

      I agree with you but considering how much I did not like the DS entries (ugh stupid stylus controls) I am looking forward to this remake. The N64 has not aged gracefully and this game could use the facelift (so could the OST but unfortunately they skipped that). While I always like to see more new games I never complained when A Link to the Past showed up on the GBA either.

  • Natat

    You know, I’m actually really looking forward to this game, if only because of Master’s Quest, which I never played, so It’ll feel fresh I hope.

  • I hope that Gyro-Sensor to aim thing isn’t mandatory… >_>

    • Advent_Andaryu

       It’s not, you can use the Gyro or go traditional with it.


    • Exkaiser

      It’s not horrifying and dead, like it used to be?

  • I fail to see what’s wrong with remaking a console game on a handheld,  a 10 year old game, a game that’s a classic and has never been on a handheld before.

    • Guest

      There’s nothing ‘wrong’ with it but to promote that over an entirely NEW game on a NEW handheld is not the route they should be taking (instead of the ‘safe’ route of just pushing an old title).

    • Ryuhawkin

      People who never played those games get a chance—with better graphics—though those who have played it will find something minor or non-existent to complain about.
      As a fan of the original, I want the game, but buying a new system would be a pain

  • Apache_Chief

     Don’t have to memorize songs? Blasphemy!

    • Covnam

      Same feeling here, playing the songs from memory was part of the fun. How else could you suddenly play a song anywhere you wanted? 

  • YsyDoesIt

    I am convinced that the Forest Temple boss will be fabulous on the 3DS, with the elements of that battle.

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