The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

released on Apr 27, 2000

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

released on Apr 27, 2000

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is a direct sequel to Ocarina of Time, it utilizes the same engine and visual style as its predecessor. The game retains the traditional elements of Zelda games as well as those introduced in Ocarina of Time, such as active blocking with a shield, various throwing items, and the usage of melodies played on the ocarina to solve puzzles. Compared to the previous Zelda games, this installment is more oriented towards interaction with NPCs and has a larger variety of items, optional quests, and mini-games. It also includes a time system that spans three days, and this cycle must be reset periodically to progress through the game.


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i played the gc version and beat odolwa then the game froze as a child. never beat it till now lmfao and i missed out

This game does "unsettling" in a really neat way. It's not constantly smacking you in the head with creepy shit but it's definitely different to a more typical Zaleda world. I also love that Link as a character feels like a nobody in this world; he's not some chosen hero, people don't even know who he is, most of his accomplishments are attributed to other people but he still acts heroically. My favourite Zelda game by far.

It benefitted from being able to reuse many of its assets from Ocarina, so development time could be spent on building a world that feels weird and different from other Zelda games in an absolutely delightful way. Even though it only has 4 main dungeons, all the NPCs' interconnected stories make the game feel deep and immersive.

I think i like this game so much because i read so much about it before i played it, watched endless videos on the metaphorical element of the game and it made me appreciate the game quite a bit. Its a 4 star game for the music and the feel but the gameplay is honestly nothing out of this world

This gets a point over oot just from all the qol improvements. I really enjoyed how so many events tie into each other I wish that there was more muti day quests but other then that i have no other complaints the temples where super good and stray fairies are such a cool side objective and im so glad they can all be gotten on your first visit. The side quest are some of the best in the series. An overall incredible game.