The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask :: N64 Game Review
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, Travel through time with Link to stop a falling moon and save a world.
True to the name Majora's Mask is full of magic masks Link can use to get special powers. The mighty Goron Mask let's you do a roll attack while the Zora Mask let's you breathe underwater. Collect them all for a ton of cool powers.
Majora's Mask is the best looking Zelda game yet. It requires the 4MB expansion pack and makes great use of it to show some really smooth creatures, landscapes and action. The sounds are good by cartridge standards, not as good as a CD, but adequate.
A few parts in Majora's Mask can be a bit awkward. Using the Ocarina to step back in time costs you all your money, arrows and bombs. And any quests you hadn't finished have to be started all over. A new save system where you have to find special totem's to save means you'll end up doing parts of this game over and over and...
All in all, the great-looking Zelda action is worth putting up with a few annoying features.
What's it about?The time-travelling adventures of Link as he tries to stop a falling moon and a mischevious mask thief.
Are the controls hard to learn?Nope, if you haven't played the last Zelda game it'll take 30 mins, tops.
How hard is the game?Not too hard.