Okay, so we've already talked about this, you've probably already heard about it, but just for the record, producer Eiji Aonuma has revealed that The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords is indeed being developed for the Nintendo DS.[br]Speaking to Spanish games journalists, he said that his team was currently working towards porting the link-up game from its GBA and GameCube incarnations, with the DS version likely to offer its own little individualities. "How?" we hear you scream. "Why, via the dual-screen functionality" we reply, with a smile wider than the River Thames.[br][br]According to reports, the game "will have a lot of connectivity and feature a lot of interaction between both screens". Sadly, it looks unlikely it will take advantage of the DS's possible online capabilities.[br][br]Absolutely no details on when the game will be released, although it's always comforting to know Zelda will be appearing on a new Nintendo console in the not-too-distant future.