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Operation Moonfall Begins: Bringing Majora's Mask to the 3DS
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July 28, 2011, 05:20:06
 
A collaboration between several Zelda fansites, and the Zelda community in general, have started a movement to show just how much they would like to see Majora’s Mask 3DS. As there was a similar campaign by Nintendo fans recently, under the name Operation Rainfall, they figured that the only name that made sense would be this: Operation Moonfall.


Source: Zelda Universe

If you are interested in joining the movement, follow them on Twitter, Facebook, and/or by signing their petition.

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Posted: 07/28/11, 05:20:06    
 
Why not sign up for a (free) account and create your own content?
 
This seems a lot less noble than the other thing.

I want Nintendo to hire Grezzo for a new 3D action-adventure IP on 3DS.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 18:46:07
Renjaku said:
We should ask Grezzo what they want to work on before campaigning something.
Indeed.

I wouldn't want them to drop the development of a new Zelda for a remake of MM.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 18:50:33
Oh I have an idea. I want to see an HD Yoshi's Island. Let's write to Nintendo about that. We can call it Operation Eggfall.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 19:03:00
Operation Humpty?


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 19:21:43
Yeah I really just don't get it. OpRain makes sense because there's practically nothing coming out for the Wii until the WiiU comes out, and these games are basically just sitting there. In that case, we really do feel kind of screwed by Nintendo. It seems unfair of them and does deserve some sort of action by the fans

It's completely different to hit up Nintendo en masse with another "demand" for a game that doesn't even exist, and is yet another port, on a new system that does have games coming out for it. Pick your battles out there Nintendo fans.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 19:57:59
Wait, what was done to alter the Water Temple in OoT?


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 20:39:50
I like the name, after all the Moon does fall in MM.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 20:42:44
@autokymatic

The water levels were color-coded. The big change that no one brings up is that there's now a cutscene showing you where a hidden room is. That hidden room contains a key that you can easily miss, and is the bane of all Zelda players' existence...s.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 20:46:17
@Secret_Tunnel

You mean the one at the bottom of the central tower?

It's called a map. Use it. It really wasn't that hard.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 23:30:00
@Secret_Tunnel

Actually, in the original OoT, the cutscene that shows the water going up in the central tower also shows the floating block rising and the hole beneath it. The hidden hole that you uncover by raising the water level up.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 23:39:23
@Shadowlink

YES IT WAS

@CB200

NO IT DOESN'T


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 01:51:28
Hysterics over the Water Temple amuse me. They reinforce my self-perception of being a gamer of superior skill .


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 02:04:54
I don't think it was that bad, I just think that that certain key was the easiest one to miss. Well, and the one behind the bombable wall, but that one's more like "Woohoo, finally about to beat thi- crap. I need a key. I BET IT WAS BEHIND THAT BOMBABLE WALL."


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 02:13:42
+1 for funny name
-1 for pointless demand

You break even, Zelda fans. Quit now.


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 02:21:31
@kriswright

Like I've said on the Zelda board on this very topic; it's not like this is coming out of left field. It's a little counter-productive of the guys to use the same "Operation: __________" think, since people just automatically assume it's a long list of demands but Eiji said with enough fan outpour they would likely put it on the 3DS. Plus, like the original, in which he "cheated the system" by reusing a lot of Ocarina of Time's assets, the same can be done here. It took the original team a year to make the game. I don't doubt that it could be redone in less time.

Just put GREZZO on it, have them wrap it up, and then have them do something else. The Zelda team isn't going to splinter off into a handheld Zelda until Skyward Sword is basically done. And even then, you've got a year or two before we ever see it.


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 03:38:52
@missypissy

Yeah, it's not really much of an Operation.

"Do you want fries with that?"

OPERATION: SIDEORDER


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 03:45:32
@missypissy
Sorry, I didn't mean to sound unnecessarily grumpy about this. I'd support a remake of Majora's Mask and, if Aonuma says he's listening, I don't have a problem with fans of the game speaking up about it. I suppose I just feel a little burned out on these fan organizations right now. Not to mention remakes of N64 games.


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 03:55:20
I definitely feel like all of these Operations are going to water down the main one, which is still the most important one in my eyes.


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 04:03:02
I thought it was cheesy that Rainfall used the word "Operation" in the first place. Like it's some military movement or something. That sounds like something that came out of the mind of people who spend too much time playing video games, I'm sorry to say.

Just call the organization Rainfall and be done with it. That's my unsolicited opinion. I'm sure they were waiting to hear it.


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 04:09:40  - Edited by 
 on: 07/29/11, 04:10:27
@kriswright

Haha, no problem!

@Secret_Tunnel

Sir. We have the Fries made but after a strategic meeting we have decided not to allow people to order Fries in States that are Blue.


Posted by 
 on: 07/29/11, 04:23:35
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