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Grezzo is a Japanese video game developer founded in 2006 and named after the Italian phrase Diamante Grezzo, meaning "Diamond in the rough".[1][2] Besides their original titles, Grezzo has developed and co-developed several games for and with Nintendo, including various remakes and an original entry in The Legend of Zelda series.

Grezzo's CEO is Koichi Ishii,[2] and as of 01 April, 2019, the company has 62 employees.[1]

The Legend of Zelda Games

Game System Release
Ocarina of Time 3D Nintendo 3DS June 16, 2011
Four Swords Anniversary Edition DSiWare September 28, 2011
Majora's Mask 3D Nintendo 3DS February 13, 2015
Tri Force Heroes Nintendo 3DS October 23, 2015
Link's Awakening Nintendo Switch September 20, 2019


Names in Other Regions
Language Name
Japan Japanese 株式会社グレッゾ (Kabushiki Gaisha Gurezzo)


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Corporate Profile , GREZZO Co, Ltd., retrieved June 01, 2019.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Message from CEO , GREZZO Co, Ltd., retrieved June 01, 2019.