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The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is coming to Nintendo Switch Online on February 25


After Banjo-Kazooie and more recently EarthBoundit’s the turn of the fans of the series The Legend of Zelda to be entitled to a more polished version of a classic game. Majora’s Maskthe popular title launched in 2000 on the Nintendo 64 (N64) console, is coming to the Switch console at the end of February.

Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask had a huge success at the time, both to critics and to the gaming community. The title has been acclaimed in particular for its game mechanics, the quality of its 3D graphics and its story.

It is also the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, a game also in 3D which also appears in the catalog of classic games of the Nintendo Switch Online subscription. The adventures of the character Link therefore resume in Termina, a universe parallel to Hyrule, where the imminent threat of the destruction of the world weighs.

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A classic games emulator

Subscribing to the Nintendo Switch Online service with the Classic Games Expansion allows Switch console owners to play titles from Sega Genesis and N64 for a monthly or annual fee.

It costs an additional $40 to get this addition to the initial Switch Online annual subscription, already listed at $25.

The family subscription, on the other hand, is offered for an additional $55 with this extension, on an annual base price of $45.

Nintendo 64 cartridge of the game

Demonstration and review of the game “The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask” on the show “Branché” on July 7, 2001

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The emulation of games of this formula experienced some technical hiccups when it launched in October 2021, including bugs, delays in sounds, texture issues, deficient frame rates as well as delays in the execution of movements.

The game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was particularly affected by these problems.

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Nintendo has not yet unveiled the next title that will be added to its catalog of classic online games.

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