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Movie studios and music labels do it routinely: get consumers to buy a movie or album a second and third time with remastered editions and extras.Video games are getting more into the act, too. Just released: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, a new edition of the 1998 Nintendo 64 classic, remastered in 3-D for the 3DS handheld system. This new version ($40) has built-in hints and a mode that lets players repeat their battles with the game's major enemies.
But the biggest improvement, says Eiji Aonuma, director of the original and the remastered Ocarina, is "the overwhelming presence of the world that sprawled out in 3-D space … a new, more convincing world enhanced by the stereoscopic vision of the 3DS."
Publishers often re-release games for new systems years after their first appearance. But fully remastering games is a newer trend that might pay off as players with HDTVs want games with high-definition graphics.
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