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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?
 
How do I donate to the opposition? I don't want this to happen at all.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 05:21:54
Haha awesome. I will support this. Majora's Mask needs to come to 3DS.

Shut your pie-hole Jargon!


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 05:29:10
I really couldn't care less about a Majora's Mask remake...but it's not like it would take any effort. Many of the textures are already remastered, thanks to OOT 3DS. If Nintendo wants to make a quick buck off of it, whatever.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 05:33:56
If I had to get another port, I'd want Wind Waker. But of course I'd prefer something original.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 06:27:53
@Jargon I want Wind Waker too. But I think, given Anouma's comments and the fact that most of the assets are already done, Majora's Mask would be much easier to port. Maybe we should name the Wind Waker effort Operation Great Flood.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 06:33:22
Ok...I get the whole thing about wanting Last Story, Pandora's Tower, and Xenoblade to come to the US...but Operation Rainfall, if it carries ANY weight at all, is going to lose its impact if fans just write Nintendo every time they want a new game. Why don't we all just start mailing Nintendo letters about how we all want bouncy castles? Operation Moonbounce anyone?


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 06:36:18
PogueSquadron said:
Ok...I get the whole thing about wanting Last Story, Pandora's Tower, and Xenoblade to come to the US...but Operation Rainfall, if it carries ANY weight at all, is going to lose its impact if fans just write Nintendo every time they want a new game. Why don't we all just start mailing Nintendo letters about how we all want bouncy castles? Operation Moonbounce anyone?

Apparently Nintendo is totally incapable of common sense or listening to their fanbase at all, and clearly, with what was said in that quote, they want you to tell them what you want, and be extremely vocal about it.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 06:37:48
I'd buy it if it came with an awesome optional feature that lets you pause time... god, that shit stresses me out.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 06:40:28
Hinph said:
I'd buy it if it came with an awesome optional feature that lets you pause time... god, that shit stresses me out.

Real life should come with that feature.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 06:44:34
So you guys are saying there should be a built-in Twix™ feature?


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 06:50:53
I love the idea of writing to Nintendo about what we as fans want to see. What would be amazing is if they actually listened. If they listened do you have any idea how many people would support Nintendo and buy there products. It would literally be the end of console wars.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 07:04:30
Hinph said:
I'd buy it if it came with an awesome optional feature that lets you pause time... god, that shit stresses me out.

Im right there with you. Its a great game and so are many others with time constraints but man that stresses me out more than anything in video games.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 07:05:24
@colep53 @Hinph This is especially true in the beginning, since you don't have the ability to turn back time or make days longer.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 07:08:54
PogueSquadron said:
Ok...I get the whole thing about wanting Last Story, Pandora's Tower, and Xenoblade to come to the US...but Operation Rainfall, if it carries ANY weight at all, is going to lose its impact if fans just write Nintendo every time they want a new game. Why don't we all just start mailing Nintendo letters about how we all want bouncy castles? Operation Moonbounce anyone?

"That's Wish #2. You have one left."

"Alright. Let's see, what should we wish for?"

"Xenoblade! Go for Xenoblade!"

"No way, that's dumb! Wish for a Link's Awakening remake with Wind Waker graphics!"

"MARIO GALAXY 3!!!! IT'S SO OBVIOUS!!!!"

"ANOTHER WARIO LAND GAME"


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 08:05:43
sirmastersephiroth said:
@colep53 @Hinph This is especially true in the beginning, since you don't have the ability to turn back time or make days longer.

oh lord dont remind me, makes me sick thinking about it. Only game i can think of with a more nerve racking game mechanic is Dead Rising, on the clock, timed events in particular locations and only 1 save file. I love zombies like no other but this almost ruined the game for me.

Edit: Also Dead Rising was the first game where I said "ok i need a HDTV" and not for the graphics, I couldn't read the damn text. Went and got one about a week later.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 08:09:31  - Edited by 
 on: 07/28/11, 08:11:46
@Secret_Tunnel

All of those are wrong.

We wish for Shigeru Miyamoto to be immortal so he can keep making awesome games *forever*.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 08:47:02
Shadowlink said:
@Secret_Tunnel

All of those are wrong.

We wish for Shigeru Miyamoto to be immortal so he can keep making awesome games *forever*.

Operation Eternity has begun!


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 08:59:04
Operation Dolly! We want Miyamoto cloned a hundred thousand times so they can all make different games at once!


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 09:06:05
We should ask Grezzo what they want to work on before campaigning something.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 09:14:43
Are they REALLY naming it that?

As unsuccessful as Operation Rainfall was (THANKS A LOT, JERKS!! Good call on Comic-Con!!......), you'd think that ANY people wanting a game, doing the same exact thing, would want to distance themselves from a similar name. Operation Moonfall -- in my eyes -- already has a diminished impact BECAUSE of Rainfall's failure, even though they have NOTHING to do with each other (or do they? It matters not).

--And Pogue is right. Listen to Pogue.

@Xbob42

Oh man, TWIX. Chew it over.


Posted by 
 on: 07/28/11, 11:00:46
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