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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D

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  • An ancient evil has doomed the world of Termina. Can you save it in just three days?
  • Together, the land of Termina and its citizens form one massive puzzle for Link to solve
  • 20 plus powerful masks make this one of the most varied Legend of Zelda games ever

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Platform:Nintendo 3DS  |  Edition:Standard

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D - 3DS. The player is transported through a suspenseful and apocalyptic journey unlike any other Zelda game. An ancient evil has doomed the world to destruction. Race the clock to solve puzzles and battle bosses. At the end of three days, turn back time - or watch an ominous moon crush Termina beneath it. Become intimately familiar with the comings and goings, the hopes, and the fears of the people of Termina hours before their deaths. Characters have their own lives - lives that will end in three days. Help them fix their problems before they run out of time.


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Platform:Nintendo 3DS  |  Edition:Standard

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Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DSEdition: Standard
About a year ago, I was talking to my girlfriend when she was in the middle of playing 2011's excellent "Ocarina of Time 3D" about the possibility of "Majora's Mask" getting the same treatment. We both agreed that it was next to impossible. It was a smaller Zelda game, that from my understanding didn't sell particularly well, and its dark, sinister setting seems to not jive with the tone modern incarnations have. And yet, here we are, four years later, give or take a few months, holding what may very well be the definitive version of the game in our hands. Was it worth the wait?

Most definitely. "The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D" is a loving restoration of the dark horse favorite in Nintendo's flagship adventure franchise. Every detail is lavishly restored with eye-popping visuals that run at a crisp framerate. New mechanics are added to make the game more accessible, while still retaining the core difficulty fans expect. And it's a large, intricate game packed with content that can be put in your pocket and played anywhere at any time. A game that, at one point, was thought to only be possible on consoles, yet somehow is a vast improvement over the past incarnation.

Believe it or not, this is the first time I've seriously played through the game, having only dabbled in it in the past. For the first time, I can truly appreciate the darkness inherent in the world and in the narrative. Nothing in "Majora's Mask" feels heroic or grand. Everything is grimy, sinister, creepy. Even when Link is technically saving the world from the machinations of the Skull Kid, who plans to destroy the planet with the aid of a grinning moon, the player doesn't feel like a savior.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DSEdition: Standard
Majora's Mask 3D is actually a proper remake of the original game. By this I mean that the game has received several enhancements and changes, and is very clearly an extremely different experience even as early as where I am so far (just finished the first dungeon, exploring more in Clock Town now) while still remaining almost entirely faithful to the gameplay and style of the N64 version.

Below is a list of the more significant changes I've seen so far:

* The Bomber Notebook has been completely revamped. It still has all of its old functions, but now also acts as a WRPG-style "Quest Tracker" that monitors your progress on all side quests in the game (including the ones outside of Clock Town) and keeps important info handy.

* The time is now properly displayed to the minute, complete with marked AM/PM separations, rather than the previous sundial form.

* Tatl can be used in conjunction with the Bomber Notebook to set alarms at specific times throughout the day, alerting you when important quest events are about to go down.

* The Song of Double Time and Inverted Song of Time are now marked down on the song list after the first time you play them.

* The Song of Double Time now allows you to choose a specific time to skip to, rather than simply advancing.

* The map now marks all of the treasure that Link has spotted in the field / towns, as well as the locations of all of the received Stray Fairies in the dungeons.

* The Clock Town Bank has been moved to the central area of Clock Town, directly across from the town's owl statue, making storing your money easier as well as more obvious for new players.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DSEdition: Standard
I see a lot of reviews comparing this game to the original, but I don't see many from people who have never played the original.
I never grew up with video games as a kid: my parents never bought me any, and as an only child I lacked the privilege of playing with older siblings. Only a few of my friends had gaming systems but even then, the chances I had to play were few and far-between. That being said, as a teenager I play a lot of video games with the excuse of making up for my deprived childhood. It should also be said that I've never had the opportunity to play the original Majora's Mask, so when I bought the game I didn't really know what I was getting in to.
The games I've played prior to Majora's Mask are definitely casual games, consisting of Animal Crossing: New Leaf and four generations of Pokemon. The most thrill in those are a difficult battle or the adrenaline rush you get when paying off loans to a raccoon, which is actually not very adrenaline-y at all.
Majora's Mask is not a casual game. It was definitely a rude awakening.
I bought the game because I was attracted to the gameplay. The most I really knew about it is that you get to run around and swing a sword and actually fight things, which was a nice change from the games I had been playing before. I also knew that it would be good. The Legend of Zelda is established as being good. It's good, you get a sword and some masks, and the moon is scary. That was all I knew about the game.
With Majora's Mask as my very first Zelda game, I was not prepared for anything. It's hard! It's ridiculously hard! I spent an embarrassing amount of time running in circles in Termina Field while trying to figure out what I was supposed to be doing for whatever particular sidequest I was focusing on.
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