Posted on June 21 2018 by Michaela El-Ters
With the amount of collectible items and Easter eggs hidden throughout the games, the Zelda series has a timeless charm and quality that makes the games easily replayable. The puzzles are fun and inventive, the characters are charming, and the stories split across three timelines make the games worth experiencing again and again. There are few games that I will play multiple times, and among them are several of the Zelda games.
While I adore many of the entries in the series and have replayed a few of them, including The Wind Waker, Ocarina of Time, and Breath of the Wild, if I had to pick a game that I felt was the most replayable, it would be Majora’s Mask. Dark and gritty, yet full of incredibly deep themes about life and sorrow, Majora’s Mask is a unique entry in the series that absolutely justifies being replayed through the mask collection quests as well as the sidequests. The game is short enough that it can be beaten multiple times at a fairly quick pace, and the ability to approach the game in multiple different ways is extremely satisfying. The rewards for each dungeon grant different benefits that the player can take advantage of, and whether or not you want the Fierce Diety’s Mask to wreck Majora’s Mask in a few quick strikes or experience the battle in the longer phases that it’s meant to be, the choice is left up to the player. I would play more Zelda entries like Majora’s Mask without question, but for the time being, I’ll stick with replaying Majora’s Mask. What does everyone think? Which game do you find is the most replayable? Let us know in the comments!