'Legend of Zelda' and 'Star Fox' Release Dates, Gameplay: Nintendo Confirms Majora’s Mask to Arrive this February on Wii U; New Space Exploration Title Next with ‘Interactive Cinematics’
Good news for Zelda fans and Wii U2 players. The remarkable Super Mario genius Nintendo Games has officially announced that the handheld version of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask release date is due this February 13 in Europe alongside the unveiling of Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL.
3DS XL limited edition will be offered to European gamers featuring an artwork of the mask on a golden steel case.
As reported, the new handheld console will be equipped with a spectrum of controls including the stabilized 3D that uses face tracking technology to keep itself steady and faster processing speeds than its predecessors.
Also, in their reported interview, Nintendo's Bill Trinen and Shigeru Miyamoto talked of how the game is loaded with massive side quests that will side track the players on their way to reaching the main objective.
"There may be times where you go into one big, long dungeon or there may be times where you're headed to a dungeon, and you're doing other things along the side," said Miyamoto as translated by Trinen.
The Legend of Zelda release is designed where players can opt to engage in the game on short sessions.
"What we're trying to do is design it in a way that you don't necessarily have to sit down and play it for a super long time, but kind of more matched to today's lifestyle where you can think for a little bit and say 'oh, I just wanna play for a little bit today' and do this one thing, and get that done and then take a break,'" Miyamoto added..
As for Star Fox release date, a demo of the space exploration title will be unveiled at Nintendo booth on E3 2015. Miyamoto revealed that this new entry for Wii U players will experience interactive cinematics where gamers will be able to look around and play it.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask release date will hit the shelves on February 13 while Stax Fox release date is pegged to arrive next this year.