The 3DS is now a time-travel device designed to have you relive the last three days over and over again so that you can listen to everyone around you and fix their time-looped lives. At least that's what occurs when you dive into the dark and tangential world of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
From our review:
In a first for the Zelda series, and a tangent that hasn’t happened since, Majora’s Mask is not a grand adventure the size of A Link to the Past, Ocarina of Time, Wind Waker, Twilight Princess or Skyward Sword. This isn’t to say it’s purpose is without a grandiose finale. After all, successful completion of Link’s Groundhog Day adventure stops a creepy moon from crushing the land of Termina, saving the lives of everyone you meet, but it’s the point of those personalities that gives this game its momentum. The hapless and helpless denizens of Termina are each a milestone in your progressive gameplay, they’re like individual levels you gain through a masterful understanding of their movements and desires. And sometimes their torments.Click here for our full The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask review