The lights are on
We only learned the official release date for the 3DS remake of Ocarina Of Time yesterday, but we still didn't know what developer was responsible for the port. Today we learned that too -- and no, it's not Nintendo.
Joystiq is reporting that Nintendo has confirmed the developer of Ocarina Of Time 3D is Grezzo. What's a Grezzo, you ask? Grezzo is the studio of Koichi Ishii, a former Square employee who worked on the Final Fantasy series, and was the director of Secret Of Mana and many of its sequels. Ocarina Of Time 3D is only Grezzo's second game; it will be interesting to see what the company works on next.
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Zelda has made us happy before, and now it can do it again!
Koichi Ishii, director of Secret of Mana.
This game is in good hands indeed.
i still want a good secret of mana sequel i've played the first one about 15 times
I'm concerned it's not Nintendo, but they should still do a good job.
Pretty big step for only a second game. Kudos to Grezzo.
I don't see how anyone could be worried about this. This is the same darn game you played in 1998 just ported with 3D view and a couple of minor character model changes. It's not like Grezzo is developing a whole new zelda game or something.
If how Nintendo let Capcom handle the Link to the Past remake on GBA is any signal, I'm sure they'll do a good job.
Ah, Square, noooooo!
No, they couldn't possibly screw this one up. The source material is all there. They're just copying it.
Well it certainly looks nice.
I hope this turns out good
I don't care who it is, I just can't wait to play it again; I still need to get a 3DS first though.
And by the way, Ocarina of Time has aged very well IMO.
I can't wait to see it in 3d.
I want a 3DS just for this game!!