Gamespot heeft een review geplaatst van het vervolg van The Legend of Zelda : Ocarina in Time genaamd The Legend of Zelda : Majora's Mask. Deze review van de Nintendo 64 game is gebaseerd op een import cartridge:IMPORT REVIEW: For many, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was the second coming. However, others believed that good design and gameplay were sacrificed for the sake of technology and Nintendo's schedule. Despite massive success and glowing reviews, Nintendo critically evaluated its first 3D Zelda offering. As if atoning for prior sins, Majora's Mask has addressed most of The Ocarina of Time's gameplay and created a more enjoyable, focused gaming experience. Majora's Mask picks up shortly after Ganon's defeat. In a dreamlike series of events, Link is robbed of his precious Ocarina and trusty steed by a mysterious masked creature who is accompanied by two fairies. Following his assailant into a cave, Link is transformed into one of the Deku Nut people and left alone with Chat, one of the two fairies, who begrudgingly helping Link so that she may be reunited with her brother fairy, Trail. Chat leads our en-Deku'ed hero through the cave and into Talmina, the center of Clocktown. As Link quickly discovers, the world of Talmina is on the brink of destruction - the masked figure has coaxed the moon from the heavens, and in three days it will crash to earth and destroy everything. Determined to save Epona and this mysterious land, Link is commissioned by a mask merchant to defeat the mysterious attacker and reclaim his mask so that its power can be kept from those who would abuse it. Het complete review kun je hier lezen. Ik denk dat ik toch maar eens mijn N64 weer uit de kast ga halen.