As stated earlier in the 3DS announcement, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D is the headlining title for Nintendo’s refresh of the 3DS hardware. You can still play it on the older 3DS models, but the New 3DS’s C-stick gives you finer camera control. The game also has improvements to its sidequest system and a more convenient save mechanic, according to interviews with its director, Eiji Aonuma.
Released back in 2000 on the N64, the creepy, subversive sequel to Ocarina of Time was divisive when it released and to a degree it still is. I replayed the game a few years back when it arrived on the Wii Virtual Console, but I’m eager to check out any improvements Nintendo has made and of course, have the ability to take the game with me on the go.