Reviews and Problems with Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
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17 February 2009
Summary: I enjoyed 'The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask'. I've always been a fan of the Zelda games. I liked the look of the game on the N64. A bit different then the Super Nintendo version I had played for a very long time. I liked that in this game there were different masks that allowed you to do different things to complete your goals.
Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask (N64): Another great instalment in the Zelda franchise
4 August 2010
Summary: Majora's Mask is a direct sequel to Ocarina of Time, following you as child Link. At the start of the game you are transformed into one of the Deku scrubs that you encountered in OOT, taking on it's appearance and powers. Eventually, you break free of the curse and obtain a Deku mask, allowing you to become the Deku whenever. Over the course of the game you'll find many, many more masks, two of which (Goron and Zora) will transform you in a way similar to the Deku mask.
Pros: Lots of side quests, adventurous new mask feature, big overworld
Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask (N64): Majora's Mask
12 November 2009
Summary: The Zelda series, and indeed Majora's Mask, provide an almost perfect gaming experience, enough puzzles to get you thinking and make sure your brain cells don't wither while you're playing, tricky enough bosses to provide a challenge, but by no means impossible, with plenty of exciting worlds to explore and characters to interact with.
Pros: Excellent game play, plenty of good puzzles, and interesting worlds and features
Cons: Having to go back to the beginning and lose things you've done when saving...
Summary: The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask was probably the last game I ever purchased for the Nintendo 64. It was released towards the end of the consoles life time and there for it was under rated and under played in the UK and the US. The game was the sixth released in the series but many misconceive it as the second as many new fans know not of the Legend of Zelda games on the SNES, original GB or NES. Majora's Mask follows our hero Link once again.
Pros: Great plot and gameplay
Cons: Can be a bit frustrating because of the time limit
Summary: This review is on Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask; this is the second Zelda game to be released onto the N64. The aim of the game is to get the mask called Majora's Mask from this evil kid, before he brings destruction to Clock Town. Clock Town is the place you are at the start, well about to enter it. Link is a boy who was raised in a forest; his first game was Legend of Zelda Ocarina of time, and that is the beginning of his adventures.
Pros: Great Graphics, Not a short game
Cons: Link does not go into future, Can get repeditive, Hard to find masks
Summary: There is always a worry with sequels that they will be little different from the original except with different levels and slightly improved graphics (Tomb raider anyone?). If nintendo had followed that path I probably wouldn't have been disappoint considering the quality of the original but what they have done is amazing! Whilst there are only four (large!) dungeons you can spend days just wondering around clocktown trying to solve the towns peoples problems.
Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask (N64): link's back
27 January 2001
Summary: Possibly one of the most famous series to ever adorn the Nintendo, Zelda games are classics even before they are released. They set new standards on the NES, the SNES and I even remember whiling away my teenage hours playing the Game Boy version in my detentions as opposed to actually doing something constructive.
Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask (N64): Not Ocarina Of Time, But It Is Still Link
7 January 2001
Summary: I have only recently completed this game, and enjoyed every minute of it. This game sees our hero Link fighting the Skull Kid from the previous game Ocarina of Time, who has somehow been made evil by a mask - Majora's Mask. With just three days - that's 72 hours - until the moon hits, Link must stop the Skull Kid. I won't give any more of the plot away, as it is a clever one, and I don't want to ruin it.
Pros: Excellent storyline, great garphics, great gameplay, addictive
Summary: When Zelda: Majora's Mask came out, I was one of the first to buy it, and between me and my boyfriend, we must have been playing it practically all day. Even though, it was a bit disappointing to have finished it within about 3-4 days, if I pay £50 for a game, I do expect it to give me at least 2-4 weeks of playing time (depending on how much time I spend on it).
Pros: Good graphics & storyline, nicely thought out
Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask (N64): Another Zelda game
1 December 2000
Summary: Majora's Mask is the sequel to the Nintendo 64 game Ocarina of Time, and the 6th Zelda game in total. It continues from where Ocarina of Time left off, with Link (the hero) riding Epona, his horse through the woods. Two fairies scare Epona, and Skull Kid nicks off with you Ocarina, and your Horse. You follow him, and he turns you into a Deku Scrub! This leads you into a huge adventure, in which you have to defeat the Skull Kid and get Majula's Mask from him.