Whilst it’s Day Seven, I only have three days to finish this game…
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
This is a game I will review in-depth in February 2017 as part of my Second Zelda Month, but I will talk a little about it.
Majora’s Mask is one of those games where it can scare people away for its premise, which has been known to make some gamers feel pressured into complete panic. But once you understand how the game works, you realise that you have a highly original and refreshing experience.
So the game is about Link trying to get a destructive mask back from someone mysterious, but Link has to get it in three days before the creepy moon causes the apocalypse. But whilst it sounds stress-inducing due to the three short in-game days, you can go back in time to do stuff to progress through the game, you need to understand how it works and it isn’t too hard to figure out. The gameplay is Ocarina of Time, combat-wise and movement-wise. Though I did play the 3DS port and I’ll just say now it’s the best way to play Majora’s Mask.
I don’t want to say any more as I want to explain more in February, if this hasn’t changed your mind, wait until February for an in-depth review.