Japanese video game developer Grezzo may not be a household name, but he is known within the Nintendo community over the past decade for his work on The Legend of Zelda subtracting.
In 2019, he released a remake of the 1993 Game Boy title The Legend of Zelda: Link Awakening for the Switch.
According to Nintendo Everything, the developer is now hiring for a new project running on Unity that is described as “medieval” and “elegant” but not photorealistic. It seeks programmers, along with UI effects and designers.
“it is specified that the game will use Unity, VisualStudio, git, redmine, and jenkins.”
The approach to the design of the game will be “medieval” and “elegant.” It won’t be photorealistic, but it will take elements from reality and put a design twist on them. The UI designer will be for HUD, menus and the like. “
Grezzo has worked before other Titles of Zelda as Ocarina of Time 3D and Majora’s 3D mix. He has also developed other Nintendo games like Luigi Platform (3DS), Never Oasis, Heroes of Three Forces, and third-party titles such as The Alliance Alive.
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