VC #0469 - The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask (Europe)

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    Heh. I've never played Majora's Mask, but I think that once I hack my Wii, this'll be one of the first games I'll play [​IMG]
     
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    for what console are this games
     
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    I played MM a few weeks ago for the first time and its truly great. It surely is a little departure from the well-know Zelda-formula but I think it is done right.

    If you give the game a chance (because I think in the first playthrough you need one or two hours to get used to all the changes in structure and the time-mechanic) you`ll eventually start to enjoy it!

    The Temples, even though there were very few big Dungeons, where also great with the use of all those masks and different forms!

    And like Links Awakening often the departure, in this case MM, inspired later games in the series and if you ask me, TP is very much inspired by MM!
     
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    I also loved MM, maybe even more then OOT, but most certainly not any less.
    It's been years that I was thinking to myself to play it again, I still own the original N64 cartridge with the limited edition 3d sticker, and my N64 is still hooked up on my tv actually, but it looks really bad on an HD LCD TV these days without even the option fro component cables.
    The other way to play it would be on Project64, higher resolution and original N64 controller support via USB.........but in the end I think it'll be more convenient to play it on the Wii in 480p.
    Kind of tough decision to replay an old favorite when I didn't even start Spirit Tracks for lack of time !
     
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    I'd love another Zelda title that took a different slant on the series like this did.
     
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    LOL I have THE REAL n64 version I have it about 6 years and still I did not clear it! >.>