The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask; a game that came out over a decade ago, a game that is held dearly by many, and a game that finally got the remake it deserved. Majora’s Mask 3D released on February 13th for the Nintendo 3DS, but with the reception the original got does the new iteration hold up? That’s what I plan on discussing in this review so let’s get started… after the break!
With Majora’s Mask 3D’s release date slowly coming into sight, Nintendo have taken this opportunity to reveal a couple of new details about what game should improve on from the original.
They have recently talked briefly about the Bomber’s Notebook, the handy little guide to note down your progress in side-quests, with GameMaster Magazine, and how this has been updated for the Nintendo 3DS. It has also been ‘leaked’ on Amazon Germany that the title may add convenient ‘feather statues’ to join the owl statues, which acted as save points.
Check out more details after the break!
Those of you who have been down because they are not getting a Limited Edition pack for Majora’s Mask 3D can finally rejoice as Nintendo of America has just announced one, and it’s a bit different to the European one.
Instead of getting a steelbook, a pin and a poster, those who order the US Limited Edition pack will receive a figurine of the Skull Kid character. Personally, now I am a bit jealous of the American Limited Edition pack!
Check out the entire announcement after the break!
It seems there may be another reason for other countries to be envious of the UK with the upcoming release of Majora’s Mask 3D in Spring 2015. First there was the Collector’s Edition pack, which is exclusive to Europe [for now] and comes with a steelbook, a double-sided poster and an exclusive pin badge, and now GAME Retail Ltd. UK are also offering a special pre-order bonus for the game too.
Those who pre-order the anticipated title from GAME [and those who have already pre-ordered] will receive this classy glass paperweight with and image of Majora’s Mask right in the middle. Please note, however, that this gift will only come packaged with the Standard Edition and not the Collector’s Edition or download pre-orders.
Are you excited for Majora’s Mask 3D? Which edition are you getting? Tell us in the comments below!
Well, it looks like Nintendo has finally done it…The 3DS has “met with a terrible fate”. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is FINALLY coming to the 3DS, us over here at NintyBuzz couldn’t be more excited. I don’t want to speak for everyone here, but at least for myself, Majora’s Mask is the greatest game ever made. I did a review of the N64 version for NintyBuzz a while back if you wanna check it out, it’s right here.
To celebrate this glorious announcement, we’ve decided to take some of the screenshots and trailer from the remake under the magnifying glass and analyze them a bit.
Check them out after the break!
Those of you who have played or know of Majora’s Mask probably know all about the three day cycle. It turns out that Nintendo have actually been developing Majora’s Mask 3D for about three years, in fact, they started developing the remake nearly directly after Ocarina of Time 3D. That means, all that time us fans were petitioning and begging Nintendo for a remake, the guys at Nintendo were just in their offices snickering at how we were begging for a game they are making… perhaps, though maybe not that harsh!
Joking aside, Aonuma, via Miiverse, mentions how they were waiting to be able to say that it wasn’t just an ordinary remake and how it will run smoother. This should hopefully give you an idea of what the remake may be like when it is released.
Check out the Miiverse post and our predictions after the break!
Four giants, three days, two friends and one moon. Nintendo have teased us fans for the 3D Majora’s Mask remake, yet they were always very tight lipped on its existence. Today’s Nintendo Direct finally unbuttoned said lips to announce the remake with a release date of Spring 2015.
For those of you who do not know, Majora’s Mask was the almost-sequel to Ocarina of Time on the Nintendo 64. It was a sequel in the sense that it continued directly after the events of Ocarina of Time, yet it was very much different to its predecessor. You find yourself trapped in an ill-fated alternate world named Termina. There are several residents in dismay due to the chaos a certain figure has unleashed. A monkey is framed for the kidnapping of a Deku princess, a girl’s father has been turned into a Gibdo, and inn-keeper’s fiancé has been turned into a child days before their wedding… oh, did we mention that the moon is falling?
Check out the announcement trailer after the break!