Nintendo officially revealed the release date for The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D.  The game will be made available June 19th in the United States.  The Europeans get it a couple days early with a June 17th release date.
This is a couple weeks later than the expected June 2nd release date, but a couple more weeks of waiting shouldn't kill anyone.

It has also been revealed who is developing this Zelda remake.  The game is being handled by Grezzo Co., Ltd.  This software company was created by Koichi Ishii who is a former team member of Square Enix.  He got his start as a planner on Final Fantasy, before moving on to design Final Fantasy II.  He also created the Mana series of role playing games while still at Square Enix.  The only game he can be credited for since starting this new company is WiiWare game 'Line Attack Heroes'.
The Legend of Zelda series of games is usually worked on by Nintendo EAD Software Group, but it seems this remake is in good hands.


Star Fox 64 3D has also been given a release date for Japan.  The game will be available July 14th.

Also for those interested in this neat little game: A remake of Cave Story is heading to the 3DS as Cave Story 3D which will be avialabe June 28