We know a good few folk are desperately waiting for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, and thanks to Eurogamer we now know exactly what to expect from the package, as well as when the game will be available. At least, for importers.
As our previous hands-on previews have explained, Ocarina of Time 3D is a faithful remake of that one really popular Zelda game from the Nintendo 64, enhanced with new, flashy 3D visuals, a touch-screen inventory and map, and a few optional motion controls for good measure.
The previously rumoured 'Master Quest' has now been confirmed to ship with the game, which will offer players a 'remixed' version of the main quest with harder enemies and new puzzle layouts. Additionally, Ocarina of Time 3D will feature a 'Boss Challenge' mode, which allows players to relive boss fights, or experience a 'boss rush' challenge where they must defeat each of the game's boss after another.
Lastly, Ocarina of Time 3D has been dated for a 17 June 2011 in Europe. While we must unfortunately wait for an Australian date, an European PAL release guarantees the game will run on our systems, so those importing will know when to expect it.
To accompany this slew of news, Nintendo made sure to release some new screenshots, all of which you can check out below.