It confined a generation to their living rooms, contorted hands into unnatural shapes after hours spent clutching the tri-stick controller of the N64 - and now you're going to be able to relive Link's adventures through Majora's Mask all over again. In 3D.
Fourteen years after it won legions of fans and awards, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is set to gain the handheld adaptation that series producer Eiji Aonuma hinted at over three years ago. Scaled down and remastered for the 3D capabilities of Nintendo's handled, Link's strangest exploit to date has been promised some "added features".
Set arrive on the 3DS in the spring of 2015, European fans will be able to pick up a special edition of the game, featuring a pin badge of Majora's Mask (not that cool), a double-sided poster (quite cool) and a blue steelbook case (now we're talking).
Expect to see many grown men huddling over their pocket-sized consoles about the same time the warm weather finally returns.