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  1. Play the classic N64 game online in your browser and save the land of Termina from the moon. Transform into different forms, use the ocarina, and explore the kingdom in this action adventure RPG.

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    Arrival to a Doomed Land

    Majora's Mask opens with a scene of Link leaving the land of Hyrule on a "personal quest," searching for his fairy friend, Navi, taking place a few months after the events of Ocarina of Time. His trip is interrupted by the Skull Kid, an imp possessed by a great evil contained in the magical Majora's Mask, which he wears after having stolen it from another traveler with the help of two Fairies: Tatl and Tael. They knock Link off his Horse, Epona, rendering him unconscious. The Skull Kid search...

    The Four Giants

    To stop the Skull Kid, Link and Tatl work on the only clue they have; the four places stated by Tael. The two decide to head to the Southern Swamp first. Upon arriving at the swamp, Link finds the area's water poisoned, presumably due to the disappearance of the Swamp's guardian god. After venturing through the Deku Kingdom and Woodfall Temple, Link battles the dark being Odolwa. Upon defeating the foe, Link frees an "innocent spirit" from the Mask worn by the monster. Link and Tatl find them...

    The Final Battle

    Link returns to the Clock Tower at the end of the Final Day to confront the Skull Kid again, for the last time. The Skull Kid begins to bring the Moon down to Termina once more, but this time, Link summons the Four Giants with the "Oath to Order" to stop its descent. The Four Giants successfully halt the Moon's fall and knock the Skull Kid unconscious. Tatl and Tael reunite, and Tatl chastises the Skull Kid for lacking the strength of will and heart to withstand the great power of the Majora'...

    The gameplay of Majora's Mask is identical to Ocarina of Time, although new features including the new Mask system, items, skills, and more are included. For example, several of the items that Link could only access as an adult in Ocarina of Time are now available to him throughout the game in child form (such as the Hookshot or the Bow). Additiona...

    Development

    After the release of Ocarina of Time, Shigeru Miyamoto was planning to release another version of the game for the Nintendo 64DD with remade dungeons. However, Eiji Aonuma did not like the idea of remaking the same dungeons, so he secretly started working on new ones instead. After asking Miyamoto if he could make a new game, he replied that he could do it as long it was made in one year. They accomplished this by by making the most out of Ocarina of Time's assets while still focusing efforts...

    Graphics

    The graphics in Majora's Mask are slightly improved from Ocarina of Time, likely due to the necessity of the Nintendo 64's Expansion Pak (a memory increasing add-on). As only the second Zelda game with 3D graphics, Majora's Mask uses the same engine as its predecessor, and even uses some of the same character and enemy models. Eiji Aonuma, a key developer of the game, had stated that reusing many aspects of Ocarina of Time allowed his team to program the game in less than two years (as Ocarin...

    Setting

    Termina is a parallel dimension to Hyrule. There are many characters here that also have counterparts in Hyrule, except for Link, Epona, the entire Kokiri tribe, and (possibly) the Mask Salesman, whom are all direct residents of Hyrule. Skull Kid is confirmed to be from Hyrule as at the end of the game, he familiarizes Link as the one who taught him "that song" in the Lost Woods. Termina consists of five large lands (or "worlds", as stated by Anju's Grandmother). The central region houses Clo...

    Sales

    The game sold approximately 314,000 copies in its first week of sales in Japan, and has sold 3.36 million copies worldwide, fewer than its predecessor (which sold over 7 million copies), likely as a result of its release during the final years of the lifespan of the Nintendo 64, as well as fan skepticism.

    Reviews and Awards

    In terms of critical reception, response to the game was mostly positive, as reviews were in favor of the game; however, opinions are commonly divided regarding whether it is as good as its predecessor. Edge magazine referred to Majora's Mask as "the oddest, darkest and saddest of all Zelda games". Some feel that Majora's Mask is better than Ocarina of Time in certain areas. Japanese magazine Famitsu awarded the game a high 37/40 score, although few other games in the series scored higher. IG...

    Fan Reception

    The game has also received good reviews from fans of the series, including a current reader average of 9.7 on IGN and a current user score of 9.3 in Gamespot, among others. Graphics, storyline, challenge, music, gameplay, depth and overall quality are only some of the praised aspects of the game. Additionally, it was ranked 42nd on IGN Reader's Choice of the Top 100 Games Ever, where it is cited as one of the most underrated video games in history, but also as one of the best. In autumn of 20...

    Being the second 3D Zelda game, on the Nintendo 64, Majora's Mask was not as influential as its immediate predecessor, and some of its characteristics have not been shown again in later installments. However, it still made the following contributions: 1. Majora's Mask was the first Zeldagame released outside of Japan to impose a persistent time lim...

    Along with the Kokiri Sword, Tunic, Boots, and Ocarina of Time, the Stone of Agony is one of the few items that Link preserves from Ocarina of Time, since the game will still cause the Rumble Pak t...
    Sakon is the first non-playable character that can be killed by the player. This can be done with an Arrow or the Hookshot firing at the stolen Bomb Bagto make himself explode and vanish.
    Majora's Mask contains the least amount of main dungeons in any Zeldagame, being 4 in total. In addition, all items obtained in main dungeons pertain to the Bow.
    The impermanent flow of time in the first three-day cycle as Deku Link is 1.66 times faster than normal. When the time is altered to be at this rate during the first cycle, no enemies or NPCs will...
  2. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is a 2000 action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. It was the second The Legend of Zelda game to use 3D graphics, following Ocarina of Time (1998).

  3. A complete guide to the Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask game, including strategies, collectibles, and side quests. Follow the text or video walkthrough for the 3D remake of the game on Nintendo 3DS.

  4. 7 de ago. de 2023 · The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (ゼルダの伝説 ムジュラの仮面) is the sixth game in The Legend of Zelda series, and the direct sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. It was released in April of 2000 in Japan, October of the same year in North America, and November of the same year in Europe.

  5. 27 de mai. de 2000 · IGN's guide to the 3D action-adventure game for Nintendo 64, featuring walkthroughs, masks, cheats, and more. Read reviews, watch videos, and see images of the game that follows Link's quest to stop the Skull Kid.

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