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Grezzo, the studio behind recent Zelda remakes & Ever Oasis, is hiring for a new “medieval” & “stylish” project

Zelda titles like the remake of Link’s Awakening and the 3DS versions of Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask, the 3DS version of Luigi’s Mansion, and Ever Oasis all have one thing in common. They had been worked on by Grezzo, a Japanese development studio. The company’s CEO and President is Koichi Ishii. Ishii had previously worked at Square Enix until the late 2000s, creating the Mana series and contributing to various Final Fantasy games until Ishii left Square Enix to form Grezzo.

Well, Grezzo announced earlier today that they’re hiring, In fact, they’re hiring for a “medieval” & “stylish” project.. There is one job listing for a programmer, as well as job listings for one UI designer and even an effects designer, the latter two mentioning this project being “medieval” & “stylish”. The listing for programmer suggests that this project is going to use Unity (particularly with C#), VisualStudio, git, redmine, and jenkins.

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    1. I’m not sure Unity is the best engine for a Zelda game considering how poorly it runs on the Switch. Especially when engines like Bezel exist.

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  1. From Zelda wiki: “The Legend of Zelda series is predominantly a [b]medieval[/b] inspired fantasy setting as depicted in the many iterations of Hyrule. As with traditional fantasy, the series takes inspirations from [b]medieval[/b] mythology and tales by featuring elven creatures, fairies, dragons, wizards, enchanted forests, castles, knights, as well as many other elements.”

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