Line Attack Heroes developer Grezzo must be close to finishing The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D because Nintendo just set a date for it. Link’s time twisting journey comes to Nintendo 3DS on June 19.
On top of 3D graphics (there are a lot of floating particle effects), The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D utilizes makes use of the handheld’s gyro sensor as a way to target enemies with the slingshot. It’s an optional feature, though. You can still aim with the analog stick if that’s what you prefer.
Perhaps, the most helpful feature is the touch screen inventory system. It makes changing Link’s equipment much less cumbersome. This version of the game also includes rearranged Master Quest with tougher dungeons.