Nintendo Switch Online – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

Nintendo Switch Online – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, a classic Nintendo 64 adventure, is now accessible for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Packs users.

All you have to do to play the game is update the Nintendo 64 App on your Switch console. To upgrade the N64 app, just hover over it and press the + button, then choose Update. The legendary game will then be accessible. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask was first published in 2000 for the Nintendo 64 machine, and was subsequently remade for the Nintendo 3DS system.

About The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

Majora’s Mask can only be classified as an epic epic if Ocarina of Time is an epic.

This time, Link, the Hyrulian Hero, is up against the clock in order to solve the perplexing enigma of Majora’s Mask.

This mind-bending sequel to Ocarina of Time shines with aesthetic flare and delivers a notion that shakes the foundations of most games. Link is able to explore his environment and bond to other people like never before since he is always experiencing the same three days and three nights. Of video games, plot is sometimes an afterthought, yet it is the driving force in Majora’s Mask. The plot weaves its way through the game like a live thing, probing around here and there to reveal more about Termina’s world.

In this mystery journey, Link is a well-armed investigator who learns more about the lives of existing characters while also encountering new ones. Majora’s Mask looks to be unusually gloomy and ominous at first sight, yet this unsettling feeling is generally caused by the dread of the unknown. The world gets less terrifying as Link acquires knowledge.

Three months after Link’s victory over Ganondorf in Ocarina of Time, the mystery starts. Link, now despondent, leads Epona into a gloomy fog in pursuit of his devoted fairy buddy Navi. Two naughty fairies emerge from the mist, much to Epona’s amazement, and drive Link’s horse into a terrified retreat. Tatl and Tael, the two fairies, turn out to be brothers and sisters. A disguised Skull Kid appears from the fog as Link falls to the ground and loses consciousness. The masked marauder, both joyous and ghastly, takes Link’s Ocarina and rides Epona right away. Of course, Link pursues the Skull Kid, utterly unknowing that he is hunting a Skull Kid possessed by the mysterious power of Majora’s Mask. Link unintentionally pursues the Skull Kid through a strong vortex that leads to a parallel dimension towards the end of their trip.

Termina is the name of this new continent, and although it has many of the same traits and people as Hyrule, it is a separate planet that is only vaguely known to Link. Link quickly realizes that he has landed in Termina at the most inconvenient of times. Not only is there a Skull Kid on the loose, fueled by Majora’s Mask’s terrible power, but the moon itself will fall through the atmosphere in three days, destroying the earth. This isn’t a coincidence, Link realizes. Link must unravel the secret of Majora’s Mask and rescue Termina from the insane quest of its own moon before dawn on the fourth day.

In Link’s Terminian journey, masks are very important. Link meets a traveling salesperson from the Happy Mask Shop early in his journey. Although it’s unclear if this shadowy figure is on the side of good or evil, he claims to be the legitimate owner of Majora’s Mask. This traveling salesperson imposes a three-day time restriction on Link’s activities, which happens to match with the falling moon’s rigid timetable. Link receives his first mask, the Deku Mask, from the Happy Mask Shop’s itinerant salesperson. Link may transact business with Deku Scrubs while wearing this mask, who would typically disregard him in human form.

When Link dons the Goron Mask, he takes on the form of Darmani, a fallen Goron. Goron Link is one of the strangest Gorons you’ll ever encounter. Link has a strong punch and the ability to roll up into a racing spiked wheel when disguised as the rock-munching Darmani. When Link dons the Zora Mask and turns into a Zora, he obtains the ability to swim like a dolphin in the water. Obviously, Link must employ the major transformation masks described above to solve many of the riddles in Majora’s Mask. However, there are over 20 more masks that may assist him in various ways. Some masks enable Link to communicate with particular characters, while others provide him unique abilities like as the ability to run faster. The options may seem limitless at times.