In an interview with Edge Magazine yesterday, Zelda series creator and general producer Shigeru Miyamoto indicated that he has another Zelda 3DS remake up his sleeve. Or at least he intends on one.
“A Link to the Past. Do you remember Xevious? 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.”
More on this exciting possiblity after the jump!
Frankly, despite our quick research, we remain ignorant of this “two-layered” aspect Mr. Miyamoto is referring to regarding the Xevious videogame, and thus are not exactly certain how this would translate to a A Link to the Past remake, however, we may have confirmation on this potential remake from a much older piece of information.
Back in 2007 current producer of the Zelda series, Eiji Aounuma told Official Nintendo Magazine that he would be very interested in doing a remake of A Link to the Past.
“The first Zelda game that I played and felt potential in was Link to the Past. I’m actually very interested in what it would be like if we remade that title as a 3D game.”
So which is it? A full remake of A Link to the Past in the 3D style of Ocarina of Time, or this mysterious “two-layered” notion Shigeru Miyamoto mentions? We can only wait and see.
Let us know what you think the “two-layered” idea is and what you’d like to see in a A Link to the Past remake in the comments below!