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The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

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The Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma has weighed in on comparisons fans have drawn between Tears of the Kingdom and Majora’s Mask. This comes as part of an interview with Polygon.

Both titles are built based on their predecessors, but Aonuma was quick to point out that with Tears of the Kingdom, it was “the opposite sort of challenge”. He brought up how with the new Switch title, Nintendo “took the same world and some of the same materials, or constituent parts, but needed to make it [all] bigger, and needed to create a more expansive world”. That goes for both a horizontal and vertical sense.

Aonuma explained:

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask has just been made available on Nintendo Switch Online through the Expansion Pack service, and we have gameplay. Just over an hour of footage is available.

Here’s an overview for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask:

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GameXplain has put together a new comparison video for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, pitting the new Nintendo Switch Online version up against the N64 original. We’re able to see how the two stand together from a graphical perspective.

While both versions are very similar, the Switch edition seems to have a slight advantage thanks to an increase in resolution. Overall you’ll be getting a bit of a clearer image.

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The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is the next game coming to the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack service, Nintendo has announced. It will be available in February.

A specific release date will follow later. That’s exactly what happened with Banjo-Kazooie, as you may recall. After the 3D platformer was confirmed for a January launch last month, Nintendo confirmed it would be released today just a couple of days ago. Expect something similar with Majora’s Mask.

Here’s some information about Zelda: Majora’s Mask:

Since our last report on the new Nintendo leaks, a bunch of additional findings have been publicized online. Much of what has been found over the past day or so pertains to N64 titles, including beta/unused enemies for Super Mario 64 and Zelda: Ocarina of Time. We also have a look at scrapped items for Mario Kart 64 and more.

Here’s the roundup of notable discoveries:

First 4 Figures is introducing a new PVC collectible for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Fans can get their hands on the actual Majora’s Mask, which “features the same textured details and vibrant colors the mask is known for.”

Here’s some additional information about the statue:

First 4 Figures shared a new production documentary today for its life-size Majora’s Mask statue. View the full video below.

Nintendo brought The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask to the North American Wii U Virtual Console last week. But the normal discount for original Wii owners, which would have brought it down to $2, had not been applied.

We now have good news to report regarding the situation. Nintendo has fixed the issue, meaning those who previously purchased Majora’s Mask on Wii and transferred over to Wii U will now see the proper discount on the eShop. Thankfully it was taken care of in a shorter time than initially anticipated.

Thanks to TruExtent for the tip.

Last week, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask ended up on the Wii U Virtual Console. Check out a ton of footage from the download below.

Wii U Virtual Console games come with a special upgrade price for those who originally bought them on Wii. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, which hit the North American eShop on Thursday, is supposed to be the latest example of this. However, we’re hearing reports that the discounted price simply isn’t showing up.

Readers TruExtent and 1056kirby both reached out to Nintendo’s customer support service to investigate the problem. In both instances, they were told that it’s being worked on. It could take up to a couple of weeks before the discounted price of $2 begins to appear, though.

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