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The Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask (N64)

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  • A real 'classic' Zelda title
  • Graphics are impresive
  • Gameplay can be a bit confusing
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      10.02.2015 22:17
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      • "Graphics are impresive"
      • "Immersive plot and Characters"
      • "A real 'classic' Zelda title"
      • "The best of the era"


      • "Gameplay can be a bit confusing"

      Bottom Line: I would recommend this game to anyone.

      Although this game wasn't as well received as it's counterpart, it's just about as good as Ocarina; if not better. Though it is puzzle based - like most Zelda games - And the puzzles can get a bit cryptic at times (nothing a good walkthrough can't fix) It does have a sort of dark undertone, and there are innumerable conspiracy theories about this game, it is certainly a brilliant piece of work. With most Zelda games, it's not just a single story, there a bunch of different side stories to experience, so even if you think that you've finished the game there are many other side quests to do. This is likely one of the chief reasons why people enjoy this game; there are so many secrets and side stories and extras to unlock that you end up playing for hours on end. Majora's Mask is just as good as Ocarina of Time, however if you're a bit more into exploring, though I will have to say that Ocarina provides a more open environment and it's actually a quite bigger game than this one. But if your more of a Midcore to Hardcore gamer, than this is an excellent game for you. It succeeds in being fun for all ages, While being challenging at the same time. Though it is pretty much a one-player game, and if you're looking for Multiplayer at all, then I would certainly recommend Mario, even though there are a small handful of Multiplayer Zelda games released


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