1998 marked the release of what was arguably the Nintendo 64’s greatest game ever: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. The game revolutionized the series by being the first fully 3D game and included Z-targeting, an amazing story, and fantastic gameplay. There were high hopes when in 2000 Nintendo released its successor: Majora’s Mask, which picks up soon after the end of Ocarina of Time. Link has left the land of Hyrule in search of a long lost friend. Taking only his sword and shield, his horse Epona, and the Ocarina of Time, the Hero of Time finds himself mugged by a mysterious Skull Kid and his two fairy friends. After chasing them, Link finds himself stranded and nearly helpless in the land of Termina, which faces destruction within three days due to the falling moon.