New image comparisons of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time have been created.
The game looks really good, but only next to the original game. It still looks good but I don't really think that its pushing the 3DS. Look at what Capcom is doing with Resident Evil. Those aren't HD but they're pretty close looking. And Ocarina 3D isn't at that level. But Star Fox 64 looks alot worse than this game so i dont know.
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I'll be quick to get my cash in. Mission accomplished Nintendo.
It's better than the game disappearing and nobody being able to play it unless they own an N64.
@Neo Nugget Or a gamecube. Or a wii. Re-released on gamecube Virtual console on Wii You'll be able to play it on Nintendo consoles for the next 20 years, I swear.
I was talking about if the game never got released on the Gamecube or Wii as well ^_^
i think link's (and saria's) ears look a little too long in some of those screens, but otherwise game looks great! hurry up june!
I think they're just trying to keep the atmosphere of the original game alive by improving the graphics but still keeping largely the same art style.
the temple of time or whatever its called with the sword looks better on the 64, 3DS is just grey. Im might just play this game on my 64 instead on getting a 3ds anytime soon. Same with starfox64. I already have all items/Hearts and all medals so Im not too excited about paying so much to play 2 games I have.
I'm disappointed that the game does look just like a port with brushed up textures, rather than being built from the ground up for the system, but it will still be nice to finally play this game with more up to date graphics.
Ok, but do any of you know how hot the Great Fairy is going to look sans the Madonna honkers? Many a 13 year old boy will be playing this game one handed, I can tell you that.
Glad to see its not a cheap port. That they actually updated the graphics which is something that a lot of devs dont do with rereleases.
yup, many devs these days just upscale their older games
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