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Grezzo was the main developer behind The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. So it only makes sense that the studio would be put in charge of Majora’s Mask 3D as well.

Most people expected that this was the case, though now we have an official confirmation. A rating from Australia lists Grezzo as the developer of Majora’s Mask 3D.


Grezzo, the developer behind The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D and The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition, has put up a couple of new job listings. One of the pages on the company’s website states, “Would you like to make a ‘legend’ with us?” That’s leading to speculation that Grezzo could be cooking up something with Zelda, though that’s far from confirmed.

Here’s how things are described by GameFAQs’ “sunny_red51”:

I think this is somewhat telling. They do use “Densetsu,” which means “Legend” and is the same word used in “The Legend of Zelda (Zeruda no Densetsu),” like you said. They could have used “story” or “tale” or “world” or any other concept, but they specifically used “legend.” Of course, “legend” (“densetsu”) could just be what they always use, so it could just be coincidence, too.

From the job descriptions, it looks like there are two different types of positions, for this particular project maybe, programmers and planners. Under each, they have positions that last at least six months and positions that last at least one year, with the possibilty for each to be extended. Under programmer, they list “character control, camera, UI support, map management, game progression management, etc.” (roughly translated). Under planner, they list “text supervision, script and data creation supervision, and level design supervision” (roughly translated). It does kind of sound like a Zelda game, but it might not be MM 3D. It looks like they made the Zelda Four Swords Anniversary Edition, too, so it could be something like that or something new altogether.