[Rumor] Nintendo working on two NEW Zelda titles

Posted on January 16, 2012 - 10:00am by REVULSIVE

Editor's Note: Community Showcase -  this article was written by a member of the community. Since it has been sourced on a few other sites, we didn't want to mess with the title/link. Also, we cannot officially confirm the validty of this image (as REVULSIVE stated), but a 3DS Zelda sounds cool.

Back in early November, series producer Eiji Aonuma confirmed that there is a new Zelda game in development for the 3DS.

"We are already preparing a new game, a game in the series for the Nintendo 3DS, but don't think that it is a direct sequel to the Zelda titles released on DS. We are talking about a new game, but it takes much of what has been done on previous consoles."

So it'll be a 3D adventure, rather than a top-down one. Aonuma went on to say that although they're considering remaking Majora's Mask, the next 3DS game would be a brand new original title.

A little after this story broke out, Sam Claiborn of IGN made a bold statement,

"Nintendo is working on at least two other Zelda games right now, and I can't wait to see them."

Well as of today, it seems like his statement is true. Although not announced officially, this image surfaced from the bowels of 4chan.

Thanks for the find, GenericHipster!

It could be fake, but it's hard to tell. Simply analyzing it in Photoshop won't really tell me anything either.

The subtitles for each game are 火をプロフェシ and アイスをプロフェシー, which according to Google Translate means Fire Prophecy and Ice Prophecy, respectively.

If the rumor is true, we're going to be something like the simultaneous release of Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages on the Game Boy Color. Only now with 3D! This could be awesome.

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