July 28th, 2014 by Kev
There are many countdown subjects where you would expect a game from the Zelda series to appear at some point like fun boss battles, useful items and great puzzles. One aspect you may not expect to see an entry from the Zelda series on is a list of the top 10 grim reapers in video games. Surprisingly, an encounter in Majora’s Mask has made 9th place on Game Trailers’ list.
Find out who it was after the jump!
July 18th, 2014 by Djinn
Fans might have come across an interesting leak this week when some pics of what looks like a product label was set aside for Majora’s Mask at a Target in Canada were posted on GBAtemp.net The label has caused a lot of discussion on whether it is a hoax or an unintentional leak revealing what might be out later on this year. So far a place has been set aside for the game with a price of $44.99 and a release date of 12/31/2014.
Jump inside to check it out for yourself.
July 14th, 2014 by MaanavLink
Last September a Kickstarter project had been started by Lyndon Willoughby to fund a poster series. This series is a collection of unofficial Operation Moonfall posters commemorating all the project had done for the fan base. Finally, after ten months of waiting, the posters are ready to be purchased.
Hit the jump to get the link to the online store, and to see some of the art being sold! Read more…
July 9th, 2014 by Jessica
Those of you familiar with mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim might be familiar with past versions of a Zelda themed mod called Relics of Hyrule. Recently, the Relics of Hyrule mod has been updated to version 5.23, this time featuring a few masks from Majora’s Mask shown in the trailer.
Hit the jump to view the trailer and details! Read more…
July 8th, 2014 by Knowlee
M. Bulteau has recently released Demo #8 for his Majora’s Mask opera. This demo in particular has Majora singing lyrics that perfectly match with its theme song as well as its fighting theme for Majora’s Incarnation.
Skull Kid makes an appearance during the video as well and is shown to be under the mask’s spell while Majora is taunting him by wishing to ‘play a game’ with him. All in all, the video itself is pretty creepy and perfectly shows how Skull Kid has unknowingly been taken over by the mask and is being coerced into doing something that he would normally wouldn’t even consider.
To see the video for yourself, hit the jump. Read more…
June 27th, 2014 by Rabbit
One of my favorite things about the holiday season was my chocolate advent calender – not that I knew that it was called that at the time – and even now, as an adult, sometimes I feel the urge to go out and buy one for myself for no other reason than because it’s enjoyable. There is now a Kickstarter project attempting to market themed advent calendars, starting with Majora’s Mask. Hit the jump to see what this fan cooked up!
June 23rd, 2014 by Dathen
A childhood obsession with The Legend of Zelda series is a difficult thing to put behind you as an adult. All it takes is the crow of a bird to send my mind into a spiral of nostalgia, reminiscing about the first time I gazed upon the sheer terror of Ganon’s Castle in Ocarina of Time.
The Legend of Zelda has never provided us with an ending song such as Xenoblade Chronicles’ ‘Beyond the Sky’ or The Last Story’s ‘Toberu Mono.’ Never has the series ended with a song that succinctly sums up the experience of the game through verse.
That’s why when I listen to the lyrics of some songs, I just can’t help but let my mind wonder back to those times spent with a controller in hand, Link on my screen and an adventure beckoning. The following is a look at some lyrics from songs that I have come to associate with The Legend of Zelda.
June 23rd, 2014 by MaanavLink
Musician M. Bulteau has recently released a Q&A video on YouTube answering questions surrounding his current project, Majora. Majora will be an opera based on the events of Majora’s Mask, with a few major changes. A major change that is revealed in the Q&A is the exclusion of Link and focuses on Kafei.
Think this change is outrageous? Hit the jump to see the Q&A and see the reason why the change is made!
June 21st, 2014 by Rabbit
We are now past E3, our favorite gaming event of the year, and all the interviews are in. Besides our own exclusive interviews, other sites and organizations had their own questions to ask the shot callers over at Nintendo. NZgamer arranged a meeting with Mr. Takashi Tezuka, one of the folks who work so hard to bring us Zelda, to discuss some of the titles announced this year, but managed to sneak in a question about the one game many of us were looking forward to the most: Majora’s Mask 3D.
Hit the jump to see what he said and find out what it means for us!
June 18th, 2014 by Kev
It is always interesting hearing someone else’s opinion of a game as views and experiences can vary greatly from player to player. Majora’s Mask divided fans of the series especially with how different it was compared to its predecessor, Ocarina of Time. YouTube channel 60 Second Gaming has recently released a video detailing their thoughts on the game.
Take the jump to see what they thought of it!
June 15th, 2014 by Josh Teichroeb
Zelda enthusiasts, we have received some potentially great news for the long awaited Majoras Mask 3D. Grezzo, the creators of Ocarina of Time 3D, and Four Swords Adventure: Anniversary Edition, has released an article showing they are in need of staff to fill positions for a new game they are creating.
Jump in for more details! Read more…
June 14th, 2014 by SkyruleArcher
Many Zelda fans, including myself, were hoping that Nintendo would surprise us with the announcement of a Majora’s Mask remake during Treehouse Live, which took place this past week. Unfortunately, this didn’t happen, and many were left dissapointed. By this time, I’m sure many fans think that their cries for a remake have not been heard, but according to an interview with Mr. Eiji Aonuma, they have.
Hit the jump to read the interview!
June 5th, 2014 by Kev
Whether or not Majora’s Mask is better than Ocarina of Time has been debated for many years, but now there is one thing that we can all agree on: there were some great masks in the second N64 Zelda game. Some masks were fairly easy to obtain whereas others required lengthy side quests, but it didn’t always mean that the more effort required to get the mask meant a more useful mask. Alanna Okun from BuzzFeed has put together, what she considers, to be the ‘definitive’ ranking of all the masks Link can possess.
Take the jump for a link to the list!
May 14th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
Rozen, an online composer, has released two fantastic remakes of some of Majora’s Mask‘s music. Rozen specializes in orchestral pieces, and he has done well to make these classic tunes feel truly epic.
Listen to and download the songs after the jump! Read more…
April 26th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
Archaois of Zelda Informer is currently making his way through Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask over at his Twitch page, but rather than play them both seperately, he has decided to player them at the same time with only one controller He is making great headway, considering the clearly difficult control scheme.
Watch the videos of his progress after the jump! Read more…
April 25th, 2014 by Rachel
It’s no secret that the Zelda universe is filled with many different races, some humanoid, like the Gerudo and the Kokiri, and some with traits from other creatures, like the Zoras and the Mogmas. And while none of the races have any extensive backstory behind their presence in the land of Hyrule, it seems that there could be one for the the Sheikah, also known as the Messengers of the Goddess. Through many subtle clues and much research, one can see the shadow of a story behind the Sheikah race, and it is, unfortunately, not a happy one.
April 7th, 2014 by Parker
A Kickstarter campaign to create wearable life-sized replicas of Majora’s Mask has exceeded its goal of raising $1,700. In total, 19 backers have pledged $6,685 to the project so far, with 24 days left to go before the deadline. The creation of the masks is related to the “Happy Mask Campaign” being organised by Operation Moonfall.
Find out more about these costume Zelda replicas after the jump. Read more…
April 6th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
Lyndon Willoughby, designer of the original Operation Moonfall posters and coordinator of the new April/May campaigns has created two new silkscreen poster designs. They are not actually related to Operation Moonfall itself, but they are still awesome Majora’s Mask artworks.
Check out the posters after the jump! Read more…
March 31st, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
Operation Moonfall, the continuing campaign to get a 3D remake of Majora’s Mask, has just received a rather large update. The people running the Operation have given new opportunities for fans to get involved and show Nintendo that they are serious when they say that Majora’s Mask should have a remake.
Check out the campaign news after the jump! Read more…
March 22nd, 2014 by Djinn
Lyndon Willoughby, a notable member of the popular fan campaign Operation Moonfall recently made a statement urging fans to keep an eye on the Operation Moonfall Twitter for some big news in the upcoming week regarding a new project. The upcoming plans are a secret right now but he did mention that apparently this upcoming announcement will include some of greatest artists in the world.
Jump inside to check it out for yourself.
March 16th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
A replica prop maker named Tobias Lungaard Larson has made some truly impressive models of Majora’s Mask from the Zelda game of the same name. Over the course of eight months, Tobius has created very detailed molds of the mask and has painted one in the original color scheme, and the other in what he calls a “dark” style.
Check out the final products after the jump! Read more…
March 2nd, 2014 by Parker
A Reddit-user has posted a picture purportedly showing an image of Majora’s Mask they found drawn on a park sidewalk. Follow the jump to see the piece of Zelda-inspired graffiti in full. Read more…
February 25th, 2014 by Parker
In January, Zelda Dungeon reported on a collection of incredibly realistic Zelda artwork produced by online artist Nate Hallinan including hyper-detailed depictions of a Goron and a Skulltula. At the time, Hallinan was working on a realistic re-imagining of the forest-dwelling Deku Scrub as well, having already produced a series of preliminary sketches. He recently put the finishing touches on his Deku Scrub painting, and it can be seen in full after the jump.
February 24th, 2014 by Mari
There are so many artists that have made awesome versions of Majora’s Mask, yet this campaign for a Kickstarter by Camille Young is by far the most creative. Camille has created “Oni” masks, meaning devil or demon from Japanese literature. The masks resemble Majora’s Mask and are made from resin that she casted and carved herself! She has gathered a group of artists to paint their own wearable Majora’s Masks with their own style! The masks even have a black mesh in the corner of the eyes so that whoever is wearing the mask will be able to see. She is planning on selling blank and painted Oni masks by different artists on a Kickstarter that should be coming soon. Hit the jump to see final versions of the masks!
February 3rd, 2014 by Asa
Last week, I dissected how the events of Ocarina of Time had such a negative effect on Link in his journey that he would most assuredly be a prime candidate for being a victim of clinical depression, as well as potentially experiencing survivor’s guilt. However, there is evidence to suggest that in Majora’s Mask, the Zelda game known for its dark undertones, Link actually has an emotional turnaround, and by the time his adventure in Termina is over, he is well on the road to recovery. Hit the jump to read why!
January 26th, 2014 by Tyler
My previous patient was a lesser known character from The Wind Waker, Gossack, who had an inconclusive diagnosis. This week, by popular demand, I am going to take a look at a well known character who makes an appearance throughout many games in the Zelda series. His name is never given, and is on most occasions seen out and about, worrying about his task at hand. He is constantly running from place to place, but seems happy where he is.
Hit the jump to see the latest diagnosis!
January 24th, 2014 by SkyruleArcher
For the past couple of years, video game fans have been creating mock-ups of “demakes”. A demake would be any game that is taken from a console, then remade for an older or inferior console. These mock-ups show us what that could possibly look like. deviantART user BLUEamnesiac has made a mock-up of what a Majora’s Mask demake might look like on Game Boy.
Hit the jump to check it out!
January 23rd, 2014 by Mases Hagopian
Over at Shirt Punch today, a Majora’s Mask t-shirt is being featured, titled Power Behind the Mask. You have to hurry though, as it is only available until midnight tonight, eastern time. The shirt features the actual mask, as well as the infamous moon hovering above. The shirts available for just $10, so be sure to snatch yours up soon. Go ahead and make the jump to check out a larger promo image.
January 20th, 2014 by Timothy
Ever since the re-release of Nintendo’s most popular Zelda title, Ocarina of Time, on the 3DS, fans have been crying out through emails, phone calls and even petitions to get the gaming giant to create a 3D remake for the other N64 Zelda classic, Majora’s Mask. Over two years of teasing and speculation have occurred driving Zelda fans up the walls and leaving them frustrated as to why Nintendo won’t confirm or deny whether a remake is actually in the plans. Thankfully, a recent interview between magazine publication Game Informer and A Link Between Worlds director Hiromasa Shikata has created even more hype for the hope of a Majora’s Mask remake on 3DS.
Would you like to hear what Mr. Shikata has to say about a Majora’s Mask remake? If so, then click the jump below!
January 19th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
A new warping glitch in Majora’s Mask has been found by a YouTuber named Indextic. The glitch essentially allows players to warp to any owl statue without having to activate any of them. It is rather simple to execute, and while different versions will have to be tested for whether the glitch works on them, it could prove very helpful in the already extremely detailed speedruns of Majora’s Mask.
Hit the jump to see the glitch in action. Read more…
January 14th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
A popular comedy channel on YouTube by the name of Mars Rising recently released a fantastic live-action Zelda fan film, called The Dark Mask. It has some great fighting choreography, a decent bit of humor, and great special effects, and could satisfy any Zelda fan with its references to multiple games in the series.
Check out the video after the jump! Read more…
January 12th, 2014 by Natasha
The Legend of Zelda games will sometimes have an instrument with magical properties that are needed to complete the game. These instruments are a core part of the game they’re featured in and can be fun to play with. This will be a general overview of the instrument use in the game and plot. The instruments that I will be discussing in this series are actually instruments and are vital to completing the game, so you will not see me discuss things like the Ocarina of Winds or Wolf Link’s howling. Read more…
January 7th, 2014 by Angel
In both of my last editorals, I mentioned how one of my favorite things about Zelda was how dramatic it can be when it wants to be. So, I decided to make a top five list of my favorite dramatic moments in Zelda’s history. These moments were chosen by me alone, and are among my favorite moments in Zelda all together. But there are also some major spoilers, so keep that in mind. Hit the jump to see my picks!
January 5th, 2014 by Colonel-Majora
gameSniped, a game-related website dedicated to showcasing great deals and rare products listed on eBay, has recently posted a large list of auctions for games, accessories and merchandise. Among the listings are two auctions that may interest avid Zelda collectors: a rare, grey Majora’s Mask “Not For Resale” cartridge, and an A Link Between Worlds store display!
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January 4th, 2014 by Brenda
One of the things for which the Zelda games are known is the creative design and gameplay of many of their titles. Probably the most famous twist of game design is their recurring utilization of time travel. Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask and Skyward Sword are all games which have incorporated time travel into their storylines. However, although these games are extremely popular, the fact still remains that along with the benefits and new ideas presented by this new mechanic, gaping holes in the game’s continuity arise with the introduction of this concept. Hit the jump to find out why!