Reviews and Problems with Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask review (N64)
30 March 2015
Excerpt: Yes, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was good. Great, even. Excellent! But now Shigeru-san will try to top himself (is that possible?) with the next installment in the series, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask . Is it good? Of course. Good as its N64 predecessor? Almost.
Summary: Miyamoto is a genius. Majora's Mask is an intense adventure that takes gamers on a wild ride through time where you restart each day with the knowledge and powers that you gained from the days before, much like Bill Murray in his sleeper hit, Groundhog's Day.
Retro Review – The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask (N64)
11 February 2015
Conclusion: Concept: A new adventure brimming with innovative qualities
Graphics: Equipped with amazing cinematics and out of this world spectacles
Sound: Using an enhanced 8-bit soundtrack and familiar sound effects ties the series together
Playability: Awesome puzzles, incredible bosses, and amazing secrets...
Conclusion: Concept: Remake Zelda’s creepiest chapter with new visuals and some carefully implemented new mechanics
Graphics: Far from the greatest technical showcase the 3DS has to offer, but it does a fantastic job presenting Majora’s Mask as you remember it (as opposed to how it actually looked on the N64)...
Excerpt: You've got a plan that could never go wrong. Taking a long vacation away from the world you just fought so hard for is what the doctor ordered. Exuberantly, you get on your steed and ride into the horizon.
Excerpt: Link and his friends are back, and they're going to the land of Termina. Link is walking through the woods when a skull kid appears, and steals His horse Epona, and the Ocarina of time. When Link pursues him he realizes the awesome power of the mask the skull kid is wearing.
Pros: There are so many side quests that it will make you stop concentrating on just beating the game.
Cons: There is some magic in it such as magic masks and spells.
Excerpt: What we have here is an official system sequel for a Zelda game, a feat that has not been attempted on a Nintendo console since the NES. Unlike the sub-par action game that Nintendo crapped out and named Zelda 2 (if you don’t agree then play the game right now and see how much fun it is), Majora’s...
Excerpt: Well, don’t worry too much. While Majora’s Mask is set in the same three days, thanks to your handy dandy time altering Ocarina, it is three “Groundhog Days” that you can experience over and over.
Excerpt: Playing The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is like returning home after a long time away. It's wonderful to take in all the old familiar sights and sounds. It's nice to see the familiar faces of those I became close to while there; their familiar mannerisms and comforting (though barely...