Legend of Zelda, The - Majora's Mask (USA) ROM
Nintendo 64 / N64 ROMsGenre: Action-AdventureRating: ESRB: E, OFLC: G, PEGI: 12+, OFLC: G8+, CERO: A
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This is my all time favorite game. It takes place in parallel universe to Hyrule, called Termina. It's up to you, Link, to save this world in peril.
The amazing sequel to Ocarina of Time! Here is Majora's Mask!
In the beginning of the game you are attacked by a kid named Skull Kid and his two fairies. You see them searching Link and as they search they find the Ocarina of Time. Skull Kid decides to check it out and see what it sounds like and Link becomes concious again and tries to grab the Ocarina of Time back from Skull Kid and he misses. Then Skull Kid gets on Link's horse and runs away and as you chase him you fall in a hole and find Skull Kid floating in the air. He then places a curse on Link that turns him into a Deku. As skull kid leaves, one of his fairies is still messing with Link and she gets left behind. You then start to move towards a clock tower that leads you into the land of Termina. Before you enter the city you are caught by the mask owner you saw back in Ocarina of Time and he tells you about how his mask was taken. You have to get to the top of the clock tower before the time runs out (you have about 60 minutes, 3 days in the game) and as you first encounter Skull Kid you will shoot bubbles at him. The bubble power is something you get from a Great Fairy in the beginning of the game. As Skull Kid is lying on the ground unconcious you take the Ocarina back and you play the Song of Time to go back into the past. You go back to the mask owner and he takes the curse off of you and he then asks about his mask. When you tell him you don't have it he gets mad. He then tells you about the mask and its secret powers. The mask is called Majora's Mask and it has strong powers and can take over the person who is wearing it.
Enough of the description, this is my review. This game is a perfect FIVE out of FIVE. I loved this game. It's the perfect sequel to Ocarina of Time and it could not, in any way, get any better. This is one of the best games in the world and it has an amazing storyline. The gameplay is VERY challenging and it has lots more things to do in it than Ocarina of Time did in its story. You are in a bigger town and you get to do lots of stuff. There are mini games you can play, more monsters to fight, and tougher bosses. There is a moon in the sky that has a pretty creepy face and as time runs out, it gets closer and when you get a game over, it is shown falling on the city of Termina. There are four giants you must summon to prevent this from happening and I think it is very challenging. You will love this game I guarentee it. Play it now!
A darker feel than Ocarina of Time, and a little more challenging. The best part about this title is that even after you've finished the initial quest there is still pleanty more to do.Unlike any previous Zelda game you don't have to much time to waste, roughly speaking each hour in the game time is about two minutes real time so that means there are 72 minutes until impending doom. but don't let the time limit scare you because honestly after the first dugeon the flow of time becomes very little imortance to the avarage player. Of course if you're haveing problems with time you could always use the ocarina to get more.r
There are two hidden songs that can be played at any point in the game, but are never displayed
The Song of Doubled Time (jump ahead 12 hours)
The Song of Inverted time (reduce the flow of time)
This game plays very similarly to Ocarina of Time, yet it adds a darker overture and a sense of urgency to the game.
While in Ocarina of time you could spend however much time you wanted in any of the dungeons, in Majora's Mask you are limited to 3 days in game time, or about 54 minutes, including travel. Though this can be sped up by the use of owl statues, similar to the songs related to specific temples in OoT.
The game also originally made use of the N64 "expansion pak" allowing for increased draw distance and real time rendering of building interiors.
Overall, the game was similar enough to OoT to be able to pick it up, but different enough to keep you interested in the story the whole way through.
I remember playing this game along time ago!
The point to this story besides the the "Main Quest"
was to figure out poeples scedules and wear cool-looking masks! Lengthly just like any othe Zeldas.
Give it a try! I know you will like it!
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