Game Review - The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D on Nintendo 3DS

Written by GamerGirlNikki2017 on March 10, 2017 @ 3:53 pm

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D is a remake of the original Nintendo 64 game made for the Nintendo 3DS. While it was made for the regular 3DS, it is optimized for the New 3DS. Note that this review has been written by someone using a New 3DS (better performance, camera controls are better). The graphics have been obviously improved. The graphics are better than Ocarina of Time 3D, and are very beautiful for the 3DS. The controls are very solid, and it feels like there is weight to Link's movement. He doesn't slide around or anything. The time mechanic still works as strong as the original. You can still use the Inverted Song of Time, and the Song of Double Time. The Song of Double Time works different in the remake. You select a specific time you wish to travel to. You have three days to save the world, and you can go back in time if you need to. However, you will lose any progress in dungeons and quests. The music in the game is very well made and fits the atmosphere perfectly. The story is interesting and the characters have realistic emotions. Some sounds are still a little bit low quality, which I personally think they could have cleared up. The animations are very well made, especially compared to the original game and the original Ocarina of Time (lack of frames due to software limitations). The animations are smooth. I have 100% completed the game, all pieces of hearts, all quests done, everything. Yet I still want to play the game, despite having nothing to do. The saving in the game is greatly improved. In the original N64 version, there were only 2 save files and the saving is easier. In the original N64 version, you could not save in the first phase of the game when you are stuck as Deku Link. Now you can in the 3DS version. The 3D mode for the game works well, and everything has depth to it. Note when I say that the 3DS is good, I don't mean "WOW IT POPS OUT OF THE SCREEN". That isn't 3D. 3D means it has depth to it, meaning that I looks like you are looking into a window out into another world. It looks like it would in real life (or at least as close as technology can get at the moment other than VR). Also, this game is terrifying. And sad. But amazing. So buy it. And play all of it, all items, everything.

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Game Information

Platform
Nintendo 3DS
Developer(s)
Nintendo EAD Tokyo
Publisher(s)
Nintendo
Genre(s)
Action, Adventure
NA Release Date
February 13, 2015
JP Release Date
February 14, 2015
EUR Release Date
February 13, 2015
AUS Release Date
February 14, 2015
ESRB Rating
E10+
PEGI Rating
12+
CERO Rating
B
ACB Rating
PG
MVGL User Score
8.9
Composer
Koji Kondo, Toru Minegishi
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