So you might not get the Majora's Mask New 3DS XL. It's really no big deal. Besides, you could make a better one. All you'd need is Photoshop or something. Hey, I have an idea!

The internet is swimming with artwork from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. This post is swimming with PNG images of the New 3DS XL. Put the two together, and you've got — well, likely something just as good if not better than the same mask image we've seen over and over again with a Photoshop filter applied. I mean come on, that thing isn't all that sexy. You can do much better. The Tingle up top took me literally 30 seconds. I just changed the hue, slapped on some art and set the layer to Multiply. Easy-peasy.

Here are some images to get you started.

And what the hell, in case you hate Majora's Mask, use whatever your favorite Zelda game is. I'm feeling generous after a long break.

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