Majora’s Mask Moon

Aonuma “Listening” To Fans of Majora’s Mask Remake

The Zelda univers is taking its next big step onto the Wii U this coming year, but apparently it’s going to be a while until the Big N flies us to the creepy, doom inducing moon.

Majora’s Mask has long been on many a fan’s list for a remake, namely on the 3DS as it’s been suggested, and now Zelda godfather Eiji Auonuma has addressed Zelda players’ wishes in kind.

Speaking to Kotaku this E3, Aonuma stated that he we very much aware of the fan demand behind the awaited project, saying that he’s “heard that voice, it’s very, very strong, and I’m always listening, is what I would say.

Nevertheless, it would seem that he’s heard it more than once, as the titular mask of menace appeared in last year’s A Link Between Worlds.

Talking on that subject, Aonuma’s admitted to toying with fans just a bit on the hoped remake. The designer said that the idea remains on his radar, saying:

“I’m doing everything I can. I hear the voices of the fans. There are so many out there. It’s very loud, and just to acknowledge the fact that the need, the want is out there, I put that in there.”

Fans still have some way to play the classic in the meantime if not dusting off their N64s. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask originally launched in 2000 to the N64 to critical acclaim and presently exists on the original Wii’s virtual console in 2009.

Source: Kotaku