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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (2000)

Zeruda no densetsu: Mujura no kamen (original title)
After becoming the hero of Hyrule, Link stumbles into the enchanted land of Termina, where a falling moon will crush the world in three days.

Writers:

Mitsuhiro Takano (screenplay), Bill Trinen (English translation) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Fujiko Takimoto Fujiko Takimoto ... Link (voice)
Sachi Matsumoto Sachi Matsumoto ... Skull Kid (voice)
Kôji Tobe Kôji Tobe ... Soldiers / Guru-Guru / Gorman / Curiosity Shop Owner / Dampé (voice)
Mari Maruta Mari Maruta ... Jim / Bombers / Bombers' Hideout Guard (voice)
Takeharu Ônishi Takeharu Ônishi ... Tingle / Mutoh / Professor (voice) (as Takeharu Onishi)
Nobuyuki Hiyama ... Fierce Deity Link (voice)
Jun Mizusawa Jun Mizusawa ... Princess Zelda (voice)
Takashi Nagasako Takashi Nagasako ... Gorman Brothers (voice)
Yayoi Jinguji Yayoi Jinguji ... Great Fairies / Koume / Kotake (voice)

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Storyline

After Ganons Defeat, Link becomes the Hero of Hyrule however his Long Time Companion Navi has disappeared and Link leaves Hyrule with Epona to find her. His Journey is interrupted by a Skull Kid wearing a Strange Mask and he takes Epona away from Link. Link heads to stop the Skull Kid But is then turned into a Deku Scrub, One of the Skull Kids Companions Tatl helps Link and becomes his new Companion. Link Meets the Enigmatic Happy Mask Salesman and states he can turn Link Human. Link is turned Human and heads to stop the Skull Kid. The Skull Kid then reveals his true Motives as he plans the crash a Moon on the Land of Termina and It's up to Link to stop the Skull Kid from Destroying the land.

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Dawn of the First Day. 72 Hours Remain. See more »


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Trivia

The character Keaton is probably based on a Japanese mythological creature named a Kitsune. In Japanese folklore Kitsune are very intelligent and magical creatures, with the appearance of a fox with as many as nine tails, but they are also shape-changers, able to assume human form. See more »

Quotes

Ikana King: Believing in your friends and embracing that belief by forgiving failure. These feelings have vanished from our hearts.
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Alternate Versions

In the Asian versions of this game, the Chateau Romani was originally explained to be "Milk combined with a magical liquor". They cut that explanation out of the US and UK releases, thinking that it might encourage underaged drinking. See more »

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None too shabby at all.
26 March 2001 | by capulet0000See all my reviews

This is quite an engrossing game. It may be further testimony of its qualitly, that the only thing I could realy criticise it for would be its size. It's either too big a game or I'm getting too old for Zelda (nah - you're never too old) The "plot" would have to be one of the most unique around, but figuring out how the gameplay operates around the whole "3-day" concept is quite intriguing from the offset. I won't divulge any more for fear of spoiling it for any new players.

It's a refreshing addition to the N64 catalogue, with so many "samey" games out there at the moment. Definitely enough to keep any Zelda fan happy, and a must for your N64 collection. 8/10


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