In this segment of With a Terrible Fate, I analyze the nature of morality in the universe of Termina, and present an argument for why this is uncomfortably different from the world of “Ocarina of Time.”
Posts in category: Majora’s Mask
It’s the holiday season, and we all know that part of the season is caroling. Some people stick to the classics, others try and write their own while yet others translate the classics into something fitting their interests. YouTube channel Really Freakin’ Clever, known for its tongue-in-cheek series 64 Things Wrong with Ocarina of Time has changed the classic 12 Days of Christmas to fit Majora’s Mask. What 12 things can your true love give you in Termina? Watch the video after the break and see for yourself!
Need a pick me up after a fight with your boss? Looking for a heartfelt homemade gift to give for the Holidays? Or just need something to hold above your head while you shout “DA NA-NA NA!”? Well, blogger Geek Girl Fi has just the thing, a homemade plush Piece of Heart! Hit the jump to see how it’s made!
The Game Theorists are known for making some really mind-blowing content when revealing poential origins of game content, and this episode of Culture Shock is no different. In the final part of Gaijin Goombah’s Majora’s Mask analysis, the real legend that Majora itself could be based on is looked at, and it is a tragic story to say the least.
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Where would the Legend of Zelda be without its music? Legendary Nintendo composer Koji Kondo sat down with Gamespot at the recent Game Awards event in Las Vegas to discuss how he composes for games. Zelda came up a number of times during the interview as Kondo talked about Majora’s Mask 3D, his role in the upcoming Zelda Wii U, and why the series is his favorite franchise to compose for!
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Hey there, guys! Long time no see, eh? I haven’t made an editorial in quite a while, and I’ve felt pretty bad about that. So sorry! But I’m here now, so let’s get to it! Majora’s Mask 3D is releasing Spring 2015, that’s only a few months away. So what better way to commend to the glorious remake, than to write an editorial about it? When you think of Majora’s Mask, what do you think of? The adventure? The characters? Or (hidden in plain sight) the masks? We’re going to look through all the some of the best masks in the game. Ones that are ‘Most-useful’, to say the least. Press the Jump to start.
Next spring many of you will begin adventuring through the fully three dimensional world of Termina! Some will be adventuring there for the 100th time, while many others will be having their first taste of it. And what an experience awaits those first timers!
Majora’s Mask is a game that has really managed to connect deeply with a lot of people. For me personally, Majora’s Mask ranks as the most emotionally involving game I’ve ever played, and I know I’m not the only one to say this. There are many reasons why it has affected people the way it has, and with its remake only a few months away, I thought now would be a good time to review some of them.
With Majora’s Mask being remade for the 3DS, there’s no telling what adjustments and changes will be made. But what about additions? Perhaps gameplay-extending additions, like sidequests? They’d certainly be a lot of fun, but would they add something among the likes of sidequests, and/or new items or weapons to gain from a new sidequest? Hit the jump to read more about the subject!
“Majora’s Mask” is a tale of loneliness, betrayal, love, mortality, and unholy power– and that’s why we love it. Unlike any other Zelda game, “Majora’s Mask” is able to reach into the darkest depths of a gamer’s subconscious and drudge up all of the forgotten underlying reasons the gamer had begun playing video games in the first place. Majora attacked our weaknesses, and we were glad for it.
Just over a month ago, Game Theory took its first look at how Majora’s Mask and the many masks therein have been influenced by African culture. As it turned out there were quite a few parallels with how masks are used by the many different peoples in Africa. For the second video, Gaijin Goombah takes a look at a number of masks that have to do with interacting with others: the difficult to obtain Couple’s Mask, the masks that allow one to communicate with the dead and a few more. Watch the video after the break!
After the original Man at Arms team created Link’s Master Sword, the revamped Man at Arms: Reforged team have returned to the Zelda series, this time constructing the Fierce Deity sword from Majora’s Mask. Make the jump to check out this masterful team of craftsmen forge and use the iconic double-edged blade!
Majora’s Mask has proven to be a fan favorite among many players over the years, with the anticipation of the upcoming release of Majora’s Mask 3D many fans are getting more than a little nostalgic for their favorite title. Well another fan IGN writer Collin Moriarty has recently posted an article titled Why Majora’s Mask is the Best Zelda Game where he covers just how he believes it is superior to all others in the series.
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In celebration for the upcoming Majora’s Mask 3D remake, YouTube member Pwnapplez recently posted his latest video, How to make Chateau Romani with his own recipe for the milk based drink from the game. In the video he covers the necessary ingredients and how to prepare them. Any replenishing of hearts and boosting of the magic meter after consumption might be purely coincidental.
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