Tag: Master Quest

In a recent Games Done Quick an all dungeons Master Quest speedrun was completed. This was done in an impressive amount of time, with the end result being 1:40:25. The run was done by ZFG who did very well in his playthrough. This was an entertaining run to watch and in it I learnt lots of tricks that will help me cut back on my time if I choose to attempt a speedrun of it. Check out the video after…

Haven’t had a chance to see The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Master Quest tour? You may be in luck, as 33 more concert dates have been announced. Most of these concerts take place in the United States, but some will be held in countries such as Italy, Canada, Ireland, and others around the world.

The list of new concert dates is as follows…

Satoru Iwata recently sat down with Zelda franchise director Eiji Aonuma to chat about Majora’s Mask 3D for the newly-revived Iwata Asks interview series. In the interview, Aonuma explains the specific circumstances behind the decision to develop Majora’s Mask for the Nintendo 64 in the first place. As some fans may already know, the idea for Majora’s Mask sprouted from the development of Ocarina of Time Master Quest on the ill-fated Nintendo 64 Disk Drive. Aonuma explains that the idea more specifically stemmed from his disinterest in repurposing old dungeons for the project, and his somewhat rebellious tendency to develop entirely new dungeons in secret…

Following the announcement of the 2015 Master Quest World Tour, a NeoGAF user released the full list of the musical set for Symphony of the Goddesses. Over the weekend, Japan’s Master Quest concert sold out and Nintendo broadcasted the live performance, giving us information on the set music list. The set has a combination of previous songs and new additions (namely Majora’s Mask 3D and A Link Between Worlds’ medleys). Hit the jump to see the full list—spoilers!

Spoiler Warning: This post will contain a general overview of the Symphony of the Goddesses Master Quest performance. If you do not wish to know what to expect out of the show before going to see it, do not read this post. If you want to know what it’s about or want to know what to expect, feel free to read my experience below.

Last night marked the opening of the third Symphony of the Goddesses Tour, titled “Master Quest”, in Nashville, Tennessee. This latest edition of the Legend of Zelda Symphony debuted new music and visuals from 

A Link Between Worlds and Majora’s Mask 3D, adding to the already breathtaking arrangements directly approved by Eiji Aonuma and Koji Kondo. The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses features an arrangement organizing the music from Ocarina of TimeThe Wind WakerTwilight Princess, and A Link to the Past into four movements that are worthy of the Hero of Hyrule himself, and I was privileged to experience it first hand…

As many know already, November’s Nintendo Direct held the unforeseen announcement of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D at the beginning of the Direct. Now, being two months since then, we’re only left to speculate what kinds of additions and changes were made to the remake. Addition-wise, there’s a lot they can do with the game, ranging from new quests, to new items, or just nifty little features. But do you think they’ll take the same route that Ocarina…

The widely praised Legend of Zelda concert is returning for a brand new 2015 tour! Symphony of the Goddesses went on hiatus in 2014, returning under the name of “Master Quest” with all new compositions of 3DS titles including A Link Between Worlds and Majora’s Mask 3D. You can find a list of dates below, so hit the jump for more information!

The Hyrule Warriors’ Master Quest DLC is finally available for Wii U Owners, while many Hyrule Warriors owners have finally gotten their hands on the first batch (out of 4) of DLC headed for the eShop. The Japanese eShop had the Master Quest DLC published for awhile, along with a trailer for said DLC pack. For those of you who aren’t keen on watching things in Japanese, Nintendo of America has released the DLC pack’s trailer in English. Hit the jump…

We had already heard from different sources, including Nintendo themselves, that we were getting new color variations, a new Adventure Mode map, and one more Legend Mode stage in the newest DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors– The Master Quest DLC Pack. But, oh boy, does it go much further than that. According to the European eShop, we’re getting a lot more than we expected with this DLC pack, and you can find the details after the jump.

With the Master Quest DLC now available in Japan we get a chance to see what kinds of costumes it has to offer. The DLC – which will be released October 16th – features several new costumes, including the Gothic Agitha costume in the thumbnail, and two based on Majora’s Mask. Click on the jump to see more.