Fifteen years ago, the gaming community was pleasantly surprised by the release of a videogame: The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Fast forward to the year 2015, and, what happens?
A lame complaint in an industry where games like TLOU can get critical acclaim for its own remaster so shortly after the original released. Please bring up your complaints to those that abuse remasters before they're due, before complaining about Nintendo bringing back a classic. Also, do a little investigating into the differences present between this and the original before saying it's "the exact same game". New Zelda games don't just pop into existence so easily, in any case; even A Link Between Worlds, which used a LOT of pre-existing ideas, still took quite a bit of time to get made and out the door. Making a new one isn't as easy as this author is trying to make it out to be; if it were, we'd have a new big-console Zelda at least two or three times per generation.
Best ignore and move on, gamers have been begging for this one to be remade and I'm primarily a PS user but I can tell you between this and MH4U I won't be getting much time on my PS4, PS3 or Vita's for a while.
If I get to choose , I will prefer a complete new Zelda game instead of a remaster version .
I think a lot of people would. But new Zelda's take way more time than a remaster, and some of the older ones do deserve to be re-introduced to today's audience.
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