Citizens of HyrulE, rejoice! Nintendo is hard at work on its next iOS game, and this time we’re getting one of Nintendo’s most hardcore franchises: The Legend of Zelda.

While no details about the game have been released yet, we do know that Nintendo’s experiments with developing games on iOS have been very successful financially, with Super Mario Run earning $53 million in just its first month. To put that in perspective, the company made $596 million that quarter, meaning a single month

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