*UPDATE: The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D?



Spanish gaming site, xtralife, has listed The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3DS (as seen above) as a suggested recommendation to Fire Emblem: Awakening fans.  I attempted to search it by name on their site, but to no avail.  I was able to duplicate the results (pic below for proof) just by clicking the recommendations over and over again.  When you click on the game, it just takes you to a generic games page.  So, either the link is not yet live, or they are trolling us with the image.

It is possible that the suggestion was a mistake, or that it was prematurely published on their page.  It is strange that it was found a day before the Nintendo Direct 3DS announcement.  What are your thoughts?  Will we see Majora’s Mask 3D announced tomorrow?  The timing seems too convenient.  I am a bit skeptical, so I will let all of you decide.

Oh, and did you notice the Super Smash Bros. 3D too (although that was supposedly confirmed over a year ago)?


*Using the following link, you can actually add the game to your shopping cart, and see an estimated date of 08/11/2013.


** looking at the 5 digit number at the end of the URL http://www.xtralife.es/nintendo-3ds/legend-of-zelda-majoras-mask/12571 ), it appears as though the game was registered with Xtralife before Pokemon Y (http://www.xtralife.es/nintendo-3ds/pokemon-y/12650 ).  Is it possible that retailers have known about Major’s Mask 3D for a while now?  Or, again, was it entered as a speculative placeholder?

***keep in mind that the cover photo may not reflect the actual cover (if released).  It is possible that Xtralife used a fan made cover as their placeholder picture.

Obviously, this is still just a rumor until it is officially announced, but what are your thoughts?

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