So, Kotaku (and others, I'm sure) got the word today -- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3DS will release in the U.S. on June 19, June 17 in Europe (you lucky bastards). It was also learned today (at least, I wasn't aware of it before today), via the Australian ratings board, that the game is being developed by Grezzo. They are responsible for making the WiiWare game (available only in Japan?) Line Attack Heroes. The company is led by Koichi Ishii (Mana series). All I can say is, Samurai Warriors Chronicles was going to be my first official game purchase to sit alongside my 3DS next month, but it looks like I'll be holding out 'til June for something that promises to be just a wee bit better. Screens: Warning: Spoilers inside! Screens Updated April 14, 2011: Warning: Spoilers inside! Video: [youtube]SJdJhsTV0yM[/youtube] ______________________________________________________________ Grezzo? Who the heck is that? When folks first heard a company named Grezzo was handling the makeover for OoT 3DS, the reaction was one of concern. But you might know them better than you think... The company's founder is named Koichi Ishii, creator of the Mana series and director of the series' most renowned installment, Secret of Mana. He's also responsible for the creature creations moogle and chocobo. For more information on Grezzo and Ishii, check out their Wikipedia page.