Posted on December 03 2014 by Thomas Jacobs
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!
Has the Goombah covered all there is to these masks? Or did he perhaps miss a couple of things? Please leave your thoughts in the comments below, and join us soon for the third and final part of this mini series!