Not as enjoyable as Ocarina
Added 7 Aug 2006, ID #5618
I loved The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. I played it all the time when it came out and I still do. So when I bought Zelda: Majora\'s Mask I was so excited to play a new zelda game. The game is very different from OoT. You cannot advance time 7 years to become an adult, you have to play as a kid the entire game (which has its ups and downs). Luckily that doesnt me that you cant get the same weapons as an adult. They somehow managed to create the same weapons from ocarina but for young link. You still can use hookshot, arrows, you can ride epona, and things like that. The gameplay is not as exciting as OoT to me because everything seems very obvious. I enjoyed OoT and I would have to rank Majora\'s Mask as a 85% compared to OoT at a 99%! None the less I would reccomend playing the game if you liked OoT.
This game is very challenging because you never know in what place to start or head like me I haven't passed the game because I don't know what to do sometimes.
The game is cool because you have weird masks and you aren't sure what the mask are for. The best thing are the graphics and the characters they have put even though some of them were on the first game (ZELDA OCARINA OF TIME).
Is there an easy way to pass the game without going to the process of killing everybody to get the masks and battle against MAJORA's MASK?
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is a COOL game and it is the longest game I've ever played (I've completely beaten the game)!
In the game, you'll or get find 20 heart containers, 14 Masks (including the transformation masks and the ultimate mask, the Fierce Deity's mask), 12 songs, 4 reigons, 4 bosses (excluding Majora), 4 temples and alo more than you've expected!
To get the perfect ending, you must have all of the masks including the Fierce Deity's mask.
Although the game is darn hard and really challenging, it is still a darn good game.
Welcome! This is a review of Zelda 2 an unbelievible game. You may have played zelda 1 and say : what's the flipping point of splashing out £50 when you've got what everbody thinks is the N64's best ever game.
But you see there is a point! You may not know what i'm saying but remember how you felt when you completed Zelda 1.
Now it's all coming back is'nt it!Aha I knew you'd all see things my way.You see Zelda 1 is an extrodinary game, one of a kind but so is Zelda
2.As they say : once you pop you just can't stop.The meaning you ask, well zelda 1 & 2 both feel addictive to the player, not in a bad way but in a sort of comfort zone.
Ok, talking in gameplay wise the graphics look generally the same as the first zelda, link is still Link.
The differences you ask, well the main difference I can spot is the story line , It's like none other, compleatly and totally original.
On the whole zelda 2 is a much shorter game which can be good but also be bad. Real game freaks would probably want a tougher challenge.
But for the first time zelda players it's best if you have a go at zelda 1 then immeadietly get onto Zelda 2.
Zelda:Majora's Mask was 10 times better than Zelda:Ocarina of Time.Even though it was shorter,there were better graphics and more mini-games than the first game.The music was good,too.There are more things to look for like masks and items.This game is the best game Iv'e ever played in my life.I give it a 1010.