This year marks the 35th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, which has fans clambering for what Nintendo has in store for the popular series. Well, it turns out that the Phantom Hourglass, an excellent Nintendo DS title in the series, has been registered and trademarked in Australia.
What does this mean exactly? Well, nothing at the moment, but this clearly points towards a re-release of the title on the Switch and a possible reworking of the entire game and its mechanics. Okami on Twitter broke the news:
Many fans have been hoping for a Zelda 3D All-Stars along the same lines as the Super Mario 3D All-Stars that came out last year for Super Mario’s 35th anniversary. As nice as it would be to see a package like Ocarina of Time, Wind Waker, and Twilight Princess together in one package, I would personally rather see some obscure remakes like Phantom Hourglass or The Minish Cap done in a similar way to Link’s Awakening.
As it stands now, this is just speculation and rumor. Until we have confirmation, let’s take this news as a grain of salt. The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass originally release on the Nintendo DS back in 2007, and it could be possible that Grezzo, the team behind the remake of Link’s Awakening, has been working on this remake as well.
Thank you for stopping by Nintendo Link for all of your Zelda news and possible 35th anniversary rumors. What do you think of the possibility of a Phantom Hourglass remake? Would you buy this? Let us know in the comments below! Happy gaming, everyone.
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