The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask Statue
This Mask of The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask Statue is a collectors piece features a wall-mountable mask from the Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask game originally released on the N64. The base is illuminated with LED lights that are charged by a USB cable and has the ability to cycle through different colored lights or to light up when it detects motion. The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask is the 6th main installment of The Legend of Zelda series and the 5th game in the series to be released on a Home Console, first released on the Nintendo 64 in 2000. Unique among The Legend of Zelda series, the game includes a time system that spans three days, and this cycle must be reset periodically to progress through the game.
Majora’s Mask is one of the few Zelda games in which Ganon does not play any role whatsoever. In addition, Princess Zelda does not play a major role, she is only seen once in a flashback scene from Ocarina of Time. Majora’s Mask infact is the sequel to the first 3D Zelda game, Ocarina of Time, and uses the same engine, as well as many art resources. Many of the conventions pioneered in Ocarina of Time are present in Majora’s Mask, including characters, enemies, and items. The story of Majora’s Mask takes place two months after the events of Ocarina of Time. It follows Link, who on a personal quest ends up in Termina, a world parallel to Hyrule. Upon reaching Termina, Link learns that the world is endangered as the moon will fall into the world in three days. The game introduced several novel concepts, revolving around the perpetually repeating three-day cycle and the use of various masks that can transform Link into different beings.
As the player progresses through the game, Link also learns to play numerous melodies on his Ocarina, which allow him to control the flow of time or open passages to four temple dungeons. Characteristic of The Legend of Zelda series, completion of the game involves successfully traversing through several dungeons, each of which contain a number of complex puzzles and enemies. On the Nintendo 64, Majora’s Mask, unlike Ocarina of Time, required the Expansion Pak, which provided additional memory for more refined graphics and greater flexibility in generating on-screen characters. During a Nintendo Direct on November 5, 2014, a remake of the game was announced for Nintendo 3DS, titled Majora’s Mask 3D, that was released in February 2015. Mask of The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask Statue sizes: 13 inches / 33 cm x 6 inches / 15 cm x 12 inches / 30.5 cm.
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