Nintendo has been showing off what appears to be a 3D version of Zelda: Ocarina of Time at E3.
The game wasn't mentioned during the platform holder's conference and wasn't on the show floor. However, on walking into Shigeru Miyamoto's behind-closed-doors roundtable, audience members were greeted with a row of human 3DS demo pods.
On each 3DS was a short gameplay video, showing Link riding his horsey through fields and around a castle. It was all very pretty and the 3D was very impressive, presenting a real feel of depth between elements such as the grass, sky and moon.
At the end of the video a Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3DS logo appeared on the screen. When quizzed on whether this could be taken as confirmation that the game was in development, the human demo pod looked frightened and claimed not to know anything about anything. Here's hoping more will be revealed at the roundtable.