The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D is so close that we're hallucinating about the real moon plummeting to Earth, and Nintendo has released another video to show off how the new entry takes advantage of the 3DS hardware. In this case it's reprising the rather effective gyroscope aiming controls that we saw in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D.
As was the case in a video following last week's Nintendo Direct broadcasts, it's series producer Eiji Aonuma that appears to show off the upcoming release. In this case Aonuma-san tackles the Clock Town Shooting Gallery, rapidly moving the system to aim and doing a thoroughly respectable job in the process. He's using the New Nintendo 3DS, which we hope will allow us to keep 3D on while moving the system around.
Check it out below.
As a bonus, in case you missed it in our Nintendo Direct announcement article, below is the previous 15-minute video of Aonuma-san showing off the upcoming adventure.
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