Should’ve played the Song of Time, Link.
The winner of last week’s ‘Shop Contest, inspired by the mask Nier director Taro Yoko wore to Square Enix’s E3 press conference earlier this month, reminds us that there is always a creepier moon on the horizon.
OK, so every time Link puts on a mask in Majora's Mask, he makes a kinda screaming sound. If you ever wondered why—maybe he's just really excited!—well, a Nintendo employee has an answer.
Eiji Aonuma has overseen the development of many of the major Zelda games, from Majora's Mask to Wind Waker to Skyward Sword to A Link Between Worlds. So I figured he probably knows how to make a Zelda dungeon. Last week, I asked him.
Yes, it's an old joke, but it's also an old game. If sticking one of those things on the 3DS can make it fresh again, then it can work for the other as well.
You may have heard that The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is the most challenging Zelda game, or the most stressful, weirdest, and saddest. Most of that is correct. It's also a great game that has now been remade for the Nintendo 3DS. If you decide to play the very good remake (you should!), here are some almost…
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is a true original. Other creators have had 15 years to copy its ideas, but inexplicably, nobody has.
This Winter will bring the remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask where Link must save the world over a three day cycle that loops in a terrifying fashion, each cycle bringing life in the hopes of changing a doomed, stagnant world.
If you're a fan of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, you're okay in my book. If you're one of those people, check out Nintendo's $49.99 bundle for the 3DS remake—it comes with a Skull Kid figure. I don't usually buy this stuff, but I'll make an exception. Majora's Mask 3D hits this "spring."
So, Nintendo is remaking The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask for the Nintendo 3DS. Let's see how it stacks up with the original Nintendo 64 version.
One of the most frequent criticisms lobbed at the Zelda series is that it’s always just the same game, over and over again - that people who love it were indoctrinated as children and are incapable of seeing it for what it is.
Majora's Cake, based on Majora's Mask from... well, Zelda: Majora's Mask, shared by redditor Njohns39 over at r/zelda. "The inside is a very dense and moist chocolate cake that could only be described as deliciously similar to a brownie. The filling is cream cheese frosting and the outside is mostly vanilla fondant."
Ah, Majora's Mask. For years now, Zelda fans have been praying for and speculating about a sequel or remake to the beloved Nintendo 64 game, and Nintendo has teased us constantly about the possibility. But we haven't seen anything yet.
Here's Swedish speedrunner EnNopp112 setting yet another Zelda: Majora's Mask world record—this time clocking in at just under an hour and a half (without cheats) while completing the N64 game.
Majora's Mask is an acquired taste. One I've never fully acquired, sadly (the time limit is TOO STRESSFUL), but I'd be keener on the game if it was this broken in its natural state.
“Please write that I laughed,” Zelda bossman Eiji Aonuma told IGN during a recent interview when asked whether Nintendo plans to remake The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
Artist Camille Young - who we've featured before here - is the master craftsperson behind this amazing 1:1 replica of Majora's Mask from the Zelda game of the same name.
This is... I don't even know what to say. Just watch. Sheer genius.