Eiji Aonuma laughs in response to Majora’s Mask remake question


“Please write that I laughed,” Eiji Aonuma asks, responding to IGN‘s question as to whether Nintendo 64 classic The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask would ever be remade.

“It’s really up to [fans]. If they want to interpret my laughter as, ‘yeah, we’re making it’ or ‘no, we’re not,’ I guess that’s really up to them,” he continued. “Don’t make it sound like I laughed because I was troubled or inconvenienced or put out. I don’t want them to read anything into it. But if you want to say that I laughed, I think that would be a good answer.”

After Nintendo enlisted Grezzo to port The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D to 3DS, many had been hopeful that the game’s sequel may be equally treated to a remake – something that Aonuma stated “wouldn’t be an utter possibility.”

Having wrapped up The Wind Waker HD, finalising work on A Link Between Worlds, and making progress on the new Zelda Wii U, it may be that Nintendo’s resources are stretched too thinly. So, Grezzo?

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  1. Nintendo was originally deciding whether to do a Majora’s Mask or Link to the Past remake. The head designer decided that he wanted to make his own game and not a remake. Hence Link between Worlds coming in a couple months.

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