At the time of writing, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is close to an official release on Nintendo Switch Online’s Expansion Pack. Given that masks are the central theme of the game, it makes sense that some players would want to collect all of them. We’ve got a fully updated list right here! Please keep in mind that the mask requirements listed are only for the Nintendo 64 version of the game — some masks may be obtained in different ways in the Nintendo 3DS version.
The Couple’s Mask is by far and away the most time-consuming mask to obtain in the Nintendo 64 version of Majora’s Mask. At the time of writing, it’s coming very soon to the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack. If you’re going to try and trudge through the Anju and Kafei side quest, we’ve got you covered! We have a full step-by-step guide right here, so let’s get right into it.
Young Link first appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a clone of Link! Ten years later, he’s finally back and ready for action in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Link has received a number of moveset changes – namely a lack of tether and a new down special – so Young Link sort of maintains the status quo as a non-Breath of the Wild Link fighter. Unfortunately, his Figure Player is plagued with critical flaws that hold him back from greatness — and if you’d like to learn more, you can check out his wiki page. Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!
Special thanks to Bunion J for contributing Young Link’s training information!
This is going to sound surprising to some, but the first time I played The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was when I was twelve years old — over ten years ago. And as you might expect, children don’t exactly have a long attention span at that age. Given that I was no exception to this rule, I may have chosen the worst possible Zelda game to play. Seriously, the original version was riddled with excessive cutscenes and dialogue, and I lost interest after just a few hours of playing. The recent release of Skyward Sword HD quite literally changed the game, then — and after ten years of leaving this title incomplete, I was finally able to finish what I started over a decade ago. Although this is not my favorite entry in the Zelda series, it’s certainly one worth taking a second look at, even all these years later. Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD – Full Review
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD was recently made available for Nintendo Switch, and it includes one particular mechanic that avid completionists will either love or hate: tool upgrades! In order to upgrade these tools, though, players will need to obtain a number of treasures to use as materials. Luckily, we’ve compiled a handy list of the general locations of each treasure; unfortunately, some do come down to luck but we’ve tried to be as specific as possible here.