Widely considered the best video game of all time, the 3DS incarnation of Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time would have sold mountains anyway, barring natural disasters or divine intervention.
Nintendo, however, no doubt acutely aware that most video games don’t age well and early 3D ones where the entire game world is made up of less polygons than Nathan Drake’s tooth dramatically less so, is sprucing it up a bit.
“Of course, the Nintendo 3DS version of Ocarina of Time is crammed with interesting things that weren’t in the Nintendo 64 version,” said Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, “but we’ll wait to talk about those.” No, we’ll wait to talk about those, I bet you talk about those all the time.
And here I thought just including the Master Quest content was jolly nice of them. Nintendo, if you’ve somehow managed to grow eyes despite being nothing more than a legal construct and are reading this, more revitalized classics with new content please.Filed Under: Gaming News, Technology News