Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask (N64) Reviews
Description:"Developed and published by Nintendo, Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is the sequel to Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time. In it, you again take the role of Link in an action-adventure, roleplaying type environment, and this time your quest is to stop Sku"
Newest Review: ... and symbolic plot as things to start to go wrong for him. This journey is beautiful to play because if you look past the ... more
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by - written on 16/11/07 (Very useful, 104 readings)
If anybody considers themselves to an expert on games then they have to know about the Zelda series. So without farther delay here is the rarer N64 Zelda title with a all new strange theme to it: With the death of the N64 approaching at that time, Nintendo actually releases another Zelda sequel to the dying system. Nintendo didn't even release a second Zelda game for the Super Nintendo! How good can Majora's Mask be anyways, especially after the amazing Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time? Not too bad actually, not too bad at all. First off you NEED a Expansion Pak to play Majora's Mask, so if you know you got one in the N64 Ram pak then you can play the game but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/00, updated on 19/11/00
What's this? A new Zelda game appearing within five years of the last one, surely Nintendo haven't succumbed to the production line theory of sequel design so beloved of its rivals? Thankfully no, but this is still an atypical release for the big N, for it has also had very little input from Shigeru Miyamoto (the gaming god that invented Mario, Zelda and pretty everything else that's ever been good in the games industry). So then, ominous omens not just for the quality of this game but also for the whole of Nintendo's future policy on sequels and games development in general. To avoid any high blood pressure I'll cut through the tension (for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/11 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Majora's mask take place a few months after the events of Ocarina of Time. You again play as Link and although movement controls, art style and many of the weapons are the same, there are many new developments from the previous game in the Zelda series. *Plot* At the start of the game, Link is traveling in search of an old friend when he meets a masked Skull kid, who stelas his horse then turns him into a Deku Scrub. The Skull Kid possesses a powerful ancient artifact called Majora's Mask and is using it to make the Moon decend and destroy the world. Throughout the game you replay the same three days, trying to complete dungeons and collect magical ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
An underrated masterpiece in the Zelda universe. Set after the events of Ocarina of Time, Majora's mask follows young Link in search of Navi - his only friend in the world. On that dark note, Skull Kid whilst wearing Majora's mask attacks Link, steals Epona and turns him into a Deku Scrub. Link's not happy for he looks like a lump of scary wood. He chases after Skull Kid and finds himself in the land of Termina. The Termeans are preparing for The Festival of Time, a yearly celebration but this time the moon is crashing into the town so every-one's in a panic. You finally get to a point where everything makes sense, and that is when you find the Ocarina of Time ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/08 (Very useful, 147 readings)
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. The game opens with you riding through the forest on Epona's (Links little horse) back. Suddenly you are attacked by a skull kid (forest dweller which has features and limbs quite like a human but is composed of wood). ... Read the complete review
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