The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D for Nintendo 3DS
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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D

Feb 13, 2015

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About this game

Developer: Nintendo
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

In this shadowy tale, a masked Skull Kid drags Link™ into the world of Termina, where the moon is falling from the sky. Lucky for Termina, Link can reverse time and relive his last 72 hours in limitless ways. Each time, he’ll don any of his 20+ masks, help different citizens, battle different bosses, and ultimately change the fate of a world. This is the definitive version of a dark classic.

Critic Reviews

54 Reviews
9.04
Aaron KaluszkaFeb 04, 2015
Majora’s Mask was and still is a fresh departure from the Zelda norm. Majora’s Mask 3D improves greatly on a few of the original’s deficiencies, though some of the bold choices inherent to the game still have a negative effect on the experience. That said, the tenuous balance that is struck, coupled with an ever-unfolding mystery makes the game a must-play and the 3DS version the definitive one.
Chris CarterFeb 13, 2015
Nintendo didn't go above and beyond the call of duty with The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D, but the improvements do in fact make it a more playable experience. Many of the frustrating elements from the original are gone, and because of the nature of the three-day cycle, it's a perfect thing to pick up, play, and turn off after one cycle completes. Majora still isn't my favorite Zelda, but I'm much more inclined to go back to it on the 3DS.
Jim SterlingMar 06, 2015
... It works extremely well on the New 3DS, with the system’s rubber clit working surprisingly well in manipulating the camera. The 3D pops more than most other 3DS games I’ve played, sometimes to the point of nearly confusing my eyes, but it’s a gorgeous upgrade to the original title. Some elements have been retooled to make the game more convenient and less frustrating, but most players should find them welcome timesavers as opposed to “dumbing down for the filthy casuals,” while the touchscreen menus are a godsend considering how ponderous the inventory management is.

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