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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Platform : Nintendo 64
Rated: Everyone
541 customer reviews
Metascore: 95 / 100
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  • Solve the Mystery of Majora's Mask and Stop the Moon from Crashing into Termina
  • Thrown into a parallel world by the mischievous actions of a possessed Skull Kid, Link finds a land in grave danger
  • The dark power of a relic called Majora's Mask has wreaked havoc on the citizens of Termina, but their most urgent problem is a suicidal moon crashing toward the world
  • Link has only 72 hours to find a way to stop its descent.
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Made in Japan. For this game pak to operate, you must have an N64 expansion pak(sold separately installed in Your N64).

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00004U1R1
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (541 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,858 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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221 of 250 people found the following review helpful By Juliet on August 20, 2000
For all who were awestruck after completing The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, they will be completely spellbound when they pop Nintendo's brand-new sequel into their N64 machines. They will enter the world of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
In this stunning addition to the Zelda series, the young hero Link will meet a mischevious Skull Kid, who is under the evil power of Majora's Mask, and leads him into a strange world parallel to Hyrule, known as Termina. But he has entered at a bad time. He learns that in three short says, the moon is going to crash onto Termina, destroying everything in its wake.
Link's quest is then unfolded before him--he must unfog the mystery of Majora's Mask, and somehow stop the moon from falling. Throughout the game, he will collect 20 different masks, each giving him a special power. Some of them even allow him to transform into different creatures. But you'd be surprised at how quickly three days can go by...
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is expected to come out October 26, 2000 in the U.S., and a few days later in other countries.
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96 of 108 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 20, 2000
This game is soooo cool. You have three days and nights, to find Majora's Mask and save Termina from being destroyed by the falling moon. In this game, all of the minor characters in Orcarina are better explored and new character's are also introduced. As well as Majora's mask, you have to find 24 other masks.Another cool thing about this game is that Young Link can use some of the weapons that were previosly only available to Adult Link. But the neatest thing of all about Majora's mask is the ability to turn in to different things depending on which mask you are wearing. The Deku mask allows you turn turn in to a Deku , the Zora mask in to a Zora and the Goron in to a Goron etc..One of the questions you might have about this game is whether Link can grow up as in Orcarina. Well, I don't want to spoil it for you but I'll tell you this....The final battle is worth playing the game for.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 12, 2000
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If you liked Ocarina of Time, then you will LOVE this one. A lot of elements are still there, but there's a completely new challenge this time. Ever see the movie "Groundhog Day" with Bill Murray? Well Majora's Mask is very similar. Link is forced to live out the same 3 days of his life over and over again... because that is all he has to save the world, and keep the moon from crashing into Termina (not Hyrule this time). This is a very unique challenge to RPG's, Adventure games, and Zelda in general. This game is everything you know and love from the Zelda legacy, and much more.
Much of the game is very similar to Ocarina of Time. The items, the people, the weapons, and the overworld all look about the same. You still have an ocarina with which you may play magic songs, each with their own special powers. The control style is exactly the same as OOT, but there are countless tutorials along the way in case you've forgotten or never played. There are only 4 dungeons (or levels, if you want to still call them that) which means there are a LOT of heart pieces scattered across the world just waiting for you to find them - this was always my favorite thing to find, by the way.
But there are some key differences in this game, that make it unique to the Zelda series. First, there is the time element. At the end of three days (or anytime durning the three days) Link must return to Day 1 and starting fresh. This isn't to say you leave behind all you have gained. You keep with you all the special items you find, but everything else returns to the was it was on Day 1. That means dungeons are incomplete, people have never met you, and all your bombs, arrows, and money are gone.
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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Borgarine (thepredator64@hotmail.com) on October 18, 2000
Your mission is to save Termina from impending doom as the moon is about to make an unscheduled stop right on top of you. Forget Ganondorf, your new enemy is now the Skull kid, as using the power of Majoras mask he can now control the moon and if that wasn't enough, he has turned Link into a Deku scrub. This new game is packed with new features as you have to use the power of the masks, which you can obtain from the "Mask shop man" to change into diferent people. In total there are 25 masks for you to find including Goron, Deku, Zora, Great fairy and Bunny mask. Plus unlike the last game theres no where to run from time as it never stops, with only 3 days to save termina. With great mini games as well, including a dog race where you have to pick a dog that you think will win a race around Lon Lon ranch. Be prepared in getting food supplys as you wont be comming out of your room for along time over Christmas. This game will defintly last you along time and well worth the money.
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47 of 53 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 26, 2000
I have Imported the game from Japan and have already beaten it. I is a bit shorter than the Ocarina of Time but It is alot better. With over 20 mask to get, the things to do are endless. You'll never get bored of this game, it is a have to own for Zelda Fans.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By "superfreak016" on November 27, 2000
Zelda fans, you are in for a treat. Nintendo has done it again with this one. Majora's Mask is a game of a large 3-D world, a lot of enemies, wonderful environments, and yet again, great gameplay. Though the gameplay in the game is similar to that of the first, many more aspects are involved. You have to find some 30 masks throughout your quest, three of which allow you to change into different characters: a Deku Scrub, a Goron, or a Zora.
The story is pretty simple. You start off riding Epona through a forest when out of nowhere two fairies spook her. Epona rares back throwing you off of her and rendering you unconscious. During this time, a skull kid inspects you for any valuables(the fairies are his friends) items you may be carrying, taking what he finds: your beloved ocarina.
You awaken, and in fright the skull kid jumps on Epona and rides away, you pursue. This is where you must begin. When you run into the skull kid only minutes later, he transforms you into a Duku Scrub for your persistence and yet again escapes. Upon his escape one of the fairies is trapped with you. Her name is Tatl and she agrees to help you if you can help her find her brother(the other fairie).
Upon retrieving your ocarina you learn as well that the moon is on a crash course with your world. You have three days until it reaches its destination. Each day is roughly fifteen minutes real time. But fret not friend, once you retrieve your ocarina you can play the song of time and return to the beginning of the first day. Although this is helpful, anything you have done in the game will be reset. Once you go back to day one, anything you did will have to be redone. You will lose all money(unless put in the bank?)and all items(they'll just be reset to zero).
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