The Legend of Zelda boss Eiji Aonuma has briefly discussed the idea of remaking The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask for modern consoles.
"Please write that I laughed," Aonuma said to IGN, after laughing about the prospect of a Majora's Mask remake.
Aonuma asked that people don't read too much into his laughter, however. "Don't make it sound like I laughed because I was troubled or inconvenienced or put out," he added. "I don't want them to read anything into it. But if you want to say that I laughed, I think that would be a good answer."
But how should people interpret Aonuma's expression? "It's really up to them. If they want to interpret my laughter as, 'yeah, we're making it' or 'no, we're not,' I guess that's really up to them," he said.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask was released on the Nintendo 64 in 2000, and has become an enduring cult favourite due to its dark tone and time-shifting mechanics.
Nintendo is currently in the process of releasing an HD update of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for the Wii U, which will be released digitally in North America on September 20.
The classic The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was also rereleased for the 3DS in 2011, and a sequel to the SNES's A Link to the Past will be released for the 3DS later this year.