Nintendo head Shigeru Miyamoto recently spoke to EDGE and told them that the company is shifting gears to focus more on software for the Nintendo 3DS and plans to remake even more classic games like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the new handheld console. He mentions that the lack of first party Nintendo titles out recently is because they were focusing on developing hardware and now they're ready to make and release great games once more.
And what type of games are they focusing on? Nintendo already has confirmed a brand new Super Mario 3DS game but according to Miyamoto there are a lot of remakes in the works coming to the Nintendo 3DS' eShop. The shop will launch next month and player will be able to use it to purchase downloadable games for their 3DS.
When EDGE asked Miyamoto the one game he'd love to remake for the Nintendo 3DS eShop he said, “I think A Link To The Past, It’s two-layered and I really wanted to create that at the time. So to see Link To The Past in two layers would be quite attractive for me.” A Link to the Past is the third game in the lengthy Zelda series and originally came out in 1991 for the Super Nintendo.
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