GamesMaster’s latest issue has shared more information about the improvements that The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D has been spruced up with.
At Shigeru Miyamoto’s suggestion, this will see the Bomber’s Notebook help the player far more in discovering the game’s “hidden events.” The handy tome allows players to scribble the daily schedules of Clock Town’s inhabitants, tracing their movements so that you can help them when necessary to eventually receive Happiness Seals.
“We were told by Mr. Miyamoto that he felt there were a lot of users who finished the original without even noticing all the hidden events scattered around the town,” Aonuma explained to the magazine. “He said that he wanted us to make sure users were more aware of them this time around.”
In order to make it more accessible to players, the Bomber’s Notebook will utilise the dual screens of the Nintendo 3DS and remade “to act more like an electronic notebook that leads players to these hidden events.”
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D will launch exclusively for Nintendo 3DS in spring 2015.