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Submitted by Autydi 563d ago | article

It's the End of the World as You Know it

Link's Hideaway writes:

"One of the biggest challenges for me playing Majora's Mask was the desire to make a lasting impact on the citizens of Terminia. As you constantly integrate yourself into even the smallest details of their lives, you can't help but feel a personal relationship from every single person you meet. As the game fleshes out and detracts you from your main quest of stopping the moon, the literal weight of the world grows in relation to just how little time you have left. The beautiful thing about Majora's Mask is that it forces you to make choices... choices that ultimately mean nothing." (3DS, GameCube, Nintendo, Retro, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, Wii)

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