For years, folks have been clamoring for LEGO to collaborate further with Nintendo beyond just LEGO Super Mario sets – with many pleading the companies to create official LEGO sets for The Legend of Zelda series and more. While these cries are going unanswered for now, some fans and LEGO artisans are certainly picking up the slack with their amazing creations – and today’s example is no exception!
Ever wanted to have the sinister Majora’s Mask stare down at you menacingly? Well, collector’s can now look forward to making that a reality!
The timelooping Zelda classic turns 20 years old today. Majora’s Mask was first released in Japan on April 27, 2000 in Japan and came to North America later that year.
Recently, Majora’s Mask players discovered a new trick which allows them to warp directly to the game’s final dungeon, or to other strange places such as the developer test room.
Today we have some interesting news about The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask for the Nintendo 64.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, a game that heavily reused assets from Ocarina of Time, took the developers at Nintendo one year to complete.