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Submitted by Pozzle 816d ago | article

Psychology of Majora's Mask: Clock Town

The Why Button: If you didn't see my post yesterday, then you wouldn't know that I have decided to take a deeper look into the game Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.

After much delegation I decided that the best way to start this project would be to take a look at Clock Town itself. So for the last week or so, I have been vigorously wandering around the city, and speculating all of the going-ons that occur over the span of the three days.

I plan on going very in-depth when it comes to the actual characters that reside in Clock Town, basically covering everything that I possibly can and finding out as much as I can for every character. But for this segment that is all about the town itself, I decided on a few rules to keep it from getting too out of hand: (Retro, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask)

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