Majora’s Mask Remake For The Nintendo 3DS Highly Desired But Not Likely To Happen


Recently, Online Coding Classes for Kids Eiji Aonuma the producer of many games in the Zelda series has stated that the Zelda staff would do a Nintendo 3DS version of Majora’s Mask, the second and final Zelda game that was released on October 26, 2000. Majora’s Mask is perhaps the darkest Zelda game of them all and it certainly changed the dynamic of the Zelda universe in many ways. You had only 72 game hours to complete the game and Link had to battle someone else instead of Ganon or Vaati… the Skull Kid. rozbawieni

Eiji Aonuma stated that if there was enough of a desire from Zelda fans to see Majora’s Mask on the 3DS, then it could be a possibility. Aonuma said that fans had a huge desire to see The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the 3DS and that was why it was remade onto the Nintendo 3DS system. drommabed

If there was a similar output of emotion and desire from fans for a remake of Majora’s Mask, I believe it would be made. However, I do not believe that a remake for Majora’s Mask is going to happen for the Nintendo 3DS. While Ocarina of Time received much praise overall for being groundbreaking, Majora’s Mask did not. If you recall, the jump from a bird’s eye view Link To The Past on Super Nintendo to Ocarina of Time’s complex 3D world was a huge leap in technology. Majora’s Mask used the same engine as Ocarina of Time and we did not see any graphical enhancements in the series until Wind Waker for Gamecube and arguably not until Twilight Princess for Wii. Anime

Many players of Majora’s Mask complained that it was too difficult of a game. This was mainly because you had 72 game hours to complete 4 major temples and defeat the Skull Kid. You had to make use of the Ocarina of Time to slow down and advance time. If you did not complete a temple, you had to redo it. Another complaint was that instead of the standard “big 9 levels” of Zelda, there were only 4 temples to complete. Also, the bottom line is that Majora’s Mask did not sell as many copies as Ocarina of Time. I do believe that this is because you had to spend money on a controversial memory expansion pack which I believe was another $49.95.

I however, did enjoy Majora’s Mask very much. There were many sidequests and I enjoyed seeing the alternate personalities of the characters from Hyrule that wound up in Termina, which was kind of an alternate version of Hyrule. Think of it as “the second quest” from the original Legend of Zelda. It was fun switching between masks and playing a ton of mini-games. However, will Nintendo profit from releasing Majora’s Mask on the 3DS?

Earlier this summer, The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time 3DS was launched as part of the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda series. To continue the celebration, Top Suomi Kasinot
tambang888 the final Nintendo Wii Zelda title called Skyward Sword will be coming in time for the holidays.

If the hardcore fans of the Zelda series can make their voices heard, perhaps we can have Majora’s Mask released for 3DS by the summer of 2012. Let’s just hope this time we don’t need to buy that “special memory pack” like we had to for Nintendo 64 in order to play it!

Top 5 NES Games We Want On Nintendo 3DS To Be Made Into 3D

As of this writing, there are only two classic NES titles that can be played on the Nintendo 3DS with the new 3D effects. Excitebite and Xevious are these titles and neither are very interesting to me in my personal opinion.

The Wii Shop seemed to always be updated with something new to grab, but with the 3DS eShop, there is not much action going on there.

One can only hope that these 5 titles make it into the Nintendo 3DS eShop redone with the special Nintendo 3DS 3D effects.

The Legend of Zelda

If you were a child of the 1980s, you undoubtably know about the original Legend of Zelda game. Even today, it is still very playable as the graphics are not poor at all. Compare this to something from Atari 2600 to see what I mean. The only concern is since the game has a birds-eye view, would making the game 3D make any sense at all?

Duck Hunt

Duck Hunt was ahead of its time when it was launched. I think you could even play with R.O.B., the robotic operated buddy, couldn’t you? You had a light gun and the game was 3D. Oh wait, are we going to have to order a special light gun for the Nintendo 3DS? That’s a very small screen to shoot at… even smaller than your 1980s television you had. Maybe you could use the touch screen, but I have a feeling that would be difficult to pull off as well.

Ghosts ‘n Goblins

Wasn’t Ghosts ‘n Goblins one of the first platform games to try and fake “Mode 7″ graphics before it was available in Super Ghosts and Goblins on the Super Nintendo. Well, now the Nintendo 3DS could give the original Ghosts ‘n Goblins that “Mode 7″ injection that it needed.

This was probably one of the hardest games to beat on the NES… that and Master Blaster. And you couldn’t go online to try and get cheat codes or any other type of help. You had to talk to your 8 year old buddy who just failed english class. Do you think he knows how to beat Lucifer in this game? I didn’t think so.

Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!

Yes, I said it. Mike Tyson’s Punch Out. Not just Punch Out with Mr. Dream or whatever that wannabe guy’s name was. Heck, you could even throw in some of Mike’s new tattoos. This game was 8-bit 3D from the start and the controls for the Nintendo 3DS would make this game amazing. You could use the tilt effect, or even jab Super Macho Man in the eye with the stylus.

Super Mario Bros 3

Super Mario Bros 3 was probably the best Super Mario Bros game of all time. It revived all of the good elements of the original Super Mario Bros and completely blew away the absolutely crazy Super Mario Bros 2 which not many people liked. Also missing was the very annoying Yoshi. Mario had a ton of cool powers to gain, such as the Racoon Suit, Frog Suit and my personal favorite, the Tanooki suit.

 


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