This past Monday GameXplain posted a video explaining the difference between Deku Link’s water skipping ability in Majora’s Mask for Nintendo 64 and Majora’s Mask 3D. Even though it’s not a big difference, some people are complaining about the slight change. While you still get just 5 jumps on the water, you’re not allowed to use the spin attack to gain momentum. For example, you can’t use a spin attack to easily get to the lily pads on the left side of the Deku Palace, but GameXplain demonstrates that it’s not impossible.
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Aonuma is at it again with another mini game video from the much anticipated Majora’s Mask 3D. Previously we have seen him conquer the Clock Town Archery mini game, and fail miserably trying to bet on the Dog Races. This time around Aonuma takes to the Goron Race and gives it his all as he aims for the goal. The lingering question is, how does he fair at his own game? Hit the jump to find out! Read more…
Navi has always been a very cute fairy, but has anyone wondered whether Navi could also be delicious? Blogger Geek Girl Fi recently saw Navi’s dessert potential and created Navi cake pops. She explains the steps she took to make the cake pops and Navi’s design, as well as shows progress pictures in her DIY video. Whether you’re into baking, making artistic things with frosting, or just really want a chance to bite Navi’s nagging head off, these Navi cake pops will be a fun and tasty afternoon project.
Welcome back to the Voidcast! After an extended break, the first episode of 2015 is delving into the world of sequels, time, and continuity. The Zelda series is no stranger to time travel and connections between games. But while many games have used characters, locations and other such elements as subtle ways of referencing previous series entries, rarely to games deliberately and directly connect to the plots and events of past adventures. How might a future Zelda title connect to the other games as an overall plot, or a way to benefit the player’s gameplay experience?
Hit the jump for the new episode! Read more…
The folks over at Screw Attack run a regular feature at their website titled Reasons We Love and Hate Games. This weeks topic of discussion gives 16 reasons why we love Link and 16 reasons why we hate Link.
The two videos provide some interesting arguments from both sides of the spectrum, each with 16 points on why you should love or hate Link.
While most of the time a lot of competitions and release dates tend to favor those in the USA, there is the odd occasion where us in the UK get to try things first. Such is the case with the Majora’s Mask DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors. A lot of people seemed disappointed when it turned out Tingle was a playable character rather than Skull Kid but he could still be an awesome fighter. Along with the two new characters, there were also new apothecary mixtures, a Termina map for Adventure mode, and a few other things. As those in the USA have a few more days to wait, here’s a video I’ve made showing what you have to look forward to.
Take the jump to see Young Link and Tingle in action!
Nintendo’s official Japanese YouTube channel has uploaded two of their latest commercials for Majora’s Mask 3D. While they are not subtitled in English, they do display a variety of game play. The first commercial showcases the three transformation mask and their unique uses. The second pulls at your heartstrings, showcasing some of the more emotional scenes found throughout the game. Give them a look after the jump! Read more…
We’ve got some more footage for you guys courtesy of Nintendo’s Japanese YouTube channel. Again, an English translated version of the video isn’t presently available. However, witnessing Eiji Aonuma struggle with the dog race mini-game is well worth a watch. There is something very disturbingly satisfying in watching the producer of the franchise attempt this mini-game several times and have victory continuously slip from his fingers. Especially while he’s cracking himself up the whole time. Make the jump to see for yourself.
The folks over at GameXplain recently posted a video highlighting one of the more unexpected changes in The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D that revolves around swimming as Zora Link. The video explains the changes and shows a comparison between the older N64 version and it’s newer 3DS counterpart.
Hit the jump to find out more.
The YouTube personalities over at The Warp Zone have once again created a hilarious parody of The Legend of Zelda in “Link on a Plane”. This time around the video focuses on a rather explosive situation that occurs when one of Link’s items falls out of his carry-on. A stereotypical cop-drama negotiator gets called in to handle it, and in the end there’s a cheeky plot twist that should not to be missed.
With all of the hype surrounding Majora’s Mask 3D, many fans have been enjoying a nostalgia kick and pondering all of the components that made Majora’s Mask so enjoyable. One of these would certainly be the music, which always fit the different scenarios so well that it helped immerse players into the atmosphere of Termina. Musician Michael T. Samson recently arranged an extraordinary addition to the multitude of Majora’s Mask medleys out there. Samson’s orchestral rendition “The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask” elegantly takes listeners through Link’s adventure, and is a must hear for any fan of Majora’s beautiful music.
Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma has given us an in depth look at the new Majora’s Mask 3D remake, providing over 15 minutes of gameplay. The showcase may be in Japanese, but the audio and visuals from the game are still relevant in terms of what we are going to see on the games’ release. We also now have subtitles, included in the video. Make the jump to check out the video!
Obviously, there are many opinions on the latest installments of Super Smash Bros. You could say they’re great, you could say they’re okay, and sometimes, you can just flat out hate them. And between the two versions (Wii U/3DS), both have their ups and downs. It’s all depending on your personal preference. Sometimes, it’s good to hear and relate to other’s opinions, too. And that’s our quest today. YouTuber Micahsoft has published a video with the sole-purpose of detailing his opinion on both versions, and getting some laughs out of us. And you can check it out right after the jump!
Popular webcomic and YouTube series Cyanide & Happiness Show has uploaded their latest show featuring The Adventures of Lunk. In this episode we watch the hero Lunk go on a quest to save the princess from stormy thorn castle. The short ends at 6:10 with a few more random extras after that. Note, there is a bit of cartoon violence and some foul language in the video.
Jump inside to check it out for yourself.
For the past six months The Game Theorists’ contributor Trailer Drake has been doing a Smash Move Analysis of several characters from Super Smash Bros for 3DS and WIIU. This week The Game Theorists turn their attention from the moves of our favorite Nintendo characters and focus on our favorite stage- Hyrule: Temple. Drake takes to the lore of Zelda and tries to find where this iconic smash level got its inspiration from. Take a look at the analysis after the jump!