The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask - Gold Collector's Edition


N64GM034 - Developed and published by Nintendo of America Inc., "The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask" was released for the Nintendo 64 system on October 26, 2000. The storyline is original and quite unlike any other Zelda game. After ending the terror in defeating Ganon, Link's appetite for excitement is wet and he decides to leave his familiar surroundings in search of adventure. En route he succumbs to the dark forces of Skull Kid, under the dark influence of Majora's Mask. Link awakes from his encounter, cursed and confused and missing his horse and the famed Ocarina. He soon discovers that in three days, the world will be destroyed by the moon unless he can find some way to save it. Enter the Ocarina of Time. Link must search out and retrieve it so that he can warp back to the beginning of the three day period. This will permit Him/you to save your progress, thus permitting Link to take as much time as he needs to accomplish your quest to save the world. And any items that were found, and or quests completed can be saved. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask has plenty of subtasks and minigames that mirror the main quest experience, and certain Masks that turn Link into powerful characters that all have their own unique advantages. That's one of the great differences I like about this Zelda. In The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask you can wear masks like the deku, goron and zorro mask, and you can effectively use these powerful tools. The graphics have been upgraded in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, mainly due to the required Expansion Pak. This great addition permits a greater variety in textures and better sprites. The gameplay and control are very good also, as Link moves gracefully and controlling him is fairly simple. The music returns some of the tunes from Ocarina of Time, but the new additions are stellar and fit perfectly in the Zelda theme. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is really a great game, and any true gamer can appreciate the differences from its predecessor. The early working titles for this game was "Zelda Gaiden" and "The Legend of Zelda: Mask of Majora". Pre-owned. Includes game cartridge only. Rarity Rating C - Review by NES Gamer

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