Reggie Fils-Aime has promised fans that Nintendo has something special planned for the 25th anniversary of The Legend Of Zelda.
The 25th anniversary of The Legend Of Zelda's release in Japan passed without much fuss but Nintendo's US boss has told IGN that it will be a different story over here.
The Legend Of Zelda was originally released in the US and UK in 1987, meaning Link will be celebrating his 25th next year. So what's the plan? "We showed the logo for the 25th anniversary," said Fils-Aime. "On stage [at GDC], Mr Iwata said we're working on something that will excite the fans of Zelda.
"At this point that's all we're going to say. We're not going to give any clues as to what that celebration might be. All I can tell you is that it's going to be different to what we did with Mario. But it will be just as special."
So it will be different from Mario's 25th anniversary. So that means you shouldn't expect a compilation of old Zelda games. What do you think Nintendo should do to mark Zelda's 25th anniversary in the UK.