Review by Naked Snake
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Almost everything in this game is like Ocarina of Time. So if you liked Ocarina of Time you are going to want to play this game. Unlike the rest of the Zeldas this game takes place in a land called Termina not Hyrule like the other games.
Gameplay: This game will make a great game to play on collector's edition. It's really an easy game. This game is really fun game to play especially when it comes to exploring Termina. Most of the enemies in this game are hard to beat. One good thing about this game is how there is a bank where you can keep your money at incase you ever need more money than your wallet can handle and it can come in handy at some points. Another thing I like about this game is that it has transformations where you can transform into different things.
Story: The game is about link as he travels through Termina in search of a friend that left him after Ocarina of Time. As he travels he meets an imp with a mask called Skull Kid who steals his ocarina. Link then chases him and when he finds him he changes Link into a deku scrub. Then the Skull Kid's fairy helps him out so he can be changed back into his former self but once he is changed back into his former self, he ends up helping out a traveling man get back his possession that Skull Kid stole. It's a very dangerous mask that has the power to destroy the Earth and everything on it.
Graphics: The graphics in the game are great. They're similar to the graphics in Ocarina of Time. A few of the things in his game look real. All of the people have a good design. The Link in this Zelda is the same Link in Ocarina of Time they both look the same in size. Everyone in Hyrule from Orcarina of Time has a Termina counterpart who looks just like the one from Hyrule for, but they may have a different role in the plot than in OoT for.
Sound: The sound in the game is ok. The game has enemies that appear from the ground and roll over you, when they come up from the ground they make a grunting sound this sound almost sounds like a real grunt. During the game there is this town called Clock Town, in the south part of the town they are working on a tower, if you listen closely you can hear somebody using a hammer this sounds like a real hammer. This game has a lot of good music most of the music I liked. The boss battle music is the only music I didn't like but the rest of the music I'm sure you'll like it too.
Play Time/ Replayability: It's probably going to take 2 or 3 weeks to beat. You're going to want to play this again once you beat it. But you can only play it in two save files.
Reviewer's Score: 10/10 | Originally Posted: 06/12/09
Game Release: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Collector's Edition) (US, 10/25/00)
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