Zelda: Ocarina Of Time 3D 'nearly finished'

But US boss says Nintendo will only release it when it makes sense

Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has revealed that development of The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time 3D is almost complete, but the company will only release it when "it makes sense".

Ocarina Of Time 3D didn't make the 3DS launch line-up, and the exec said last month that the Zelda remake wouldn't be released before E3.

"We've shown off Ocarina Of Time and we're going to release it when it makes most sense," Fils-Aime told GTTV.

"Kid Icarus is not in the launch window. These games are nearly done and development is largely complete. Fans are not going to have to wait very long for these games to come out."


Explaining the decision not to release more Nintendo games like Zelda at launch, Fils-Aime said: "We wanted third parties to really have a dramatic presence in the launch window and we've achieved that."