We discuss the stark contrast between two of Zelda's most celebrated titles, The Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask.
LOL, I did always find Majora's Mask to be a little creepy.
I found it as equally challenging as it was creepy. Nintendo managed to take the engine of a great game and build another great (and almost completely different) game off it. Skyward Sword and A Link Between Worlds are great (almost perfect), but I kinda wish they'd bring back some of the mechanics and darkish vibe of Majora's Mask for a modern Zelda title. Twilight Princess touched on it with the Twilight Realm, but it wasn't as strikingly creepy.
Majora's Mask will forever have that special place in my heart, everything about that game from the unusual setting, transformations, music and permeating creepiness is engraved on my mind in a most beautiful pattern, a pattern that no other game has made the like of throughout my long gaming years.
The title is miss leading. You mean "when zelda went superfragalisticespyaladocious ". That game was magic
Nintendo, please bring Majora's Mask to 3DS. It has been such a long time since I have played it.
I played both games when they came out, at realease day. I found Ocarine the most epic game I have ever played, many touching emotions. Majora is just a great game which worth someone to play, nothing more...
Majora's Mask is easily my favorite Zelda game. I loved the plot, the creepy atmosphere, the sidequests that gave you a glimpse of every person's life in the town, the backstory of the Giants and Skullkid....it was all just really, really great. It's a shame so many people were put off by the game's 3-day time system. Once you get used to it, it's really quite fun.
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