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Time-lapse videos are some of the coolest ways to see the process taken to make great art. This week, artist SpoonfishLee released a new time-lapse video for his latest Zelda piece, Link and Skullkid. The painting is obviously inspired by Majora's Mask, depicting a confrontation between Link and Skull Kid. The piece itself is beautifully shaded and detailed, and the time-lapse provides an awesome spectacle and some cool insights into how the piece was crafted...

With all the Majora's Mask 3D hype floating around, it's easy to forget the Majora's Mask wasn't the first Zelda to feature masksOcarina of Time had its own mask selling mini-game, in which Link must find suitable buyers for a number of different masks. Showing how masterfully detailed the development team was, every major non-player character has a unique reaction to each mask that Link wears. Master0fHyrule on YouTube recently released a video compilation showing off every one of these unique reactions, and it's as impressive and interesting as you'd expect...

From new swimming controls to fully revamped bossesMajora's Mask 3D has received its fair share of improvements from the original Nintendo 64 release. GameXplain recently released a short, one minute video showing off yet another, although minor, difference that can be found in the enhanced remake: Idle animations. Specifically for the Deku Scrub, Goron and Zora transformations...

Generally speaking, we're pretty positive around here when it comes to Majora's Mask. Not only is it a favorite of our staff members, but in our polls it nearly always comes out on top. As such, we tend to forget that there are other opinions out there regarding the Ocarina of Time sequel, and often gloss over them when they pop up. In order to remind fans like us that there are other ways to see this entry, Unpopular Opinions creator, Trailer Drake, has dedicated the most recent entry to voicing ten opinions...

Nintendo has had an iffy history with gamers using their IPs on YouTube, to say the least.  After vocally establishing that they did not condone this, they turned around and announced they would soon be building a program through which YouTube content creators would be able to share advertising profits with Nintendo.  After several months, the company has finally opened a beta of its program, and has begun accepting applications... 

Zelda franchise director Eiji Aonuma has steadily been releasing gameplay videos of the upcoming Majora's Mask 3D. His most recent gameplay showcase focuses on a mini-game we had yet to see in the remake, the Romani Ranch Doggy Racetrack. This premise may not seem all that exciting, but watching Aonuma gleefully cheer his dog to victory is worth it...

Hello and welcome back to our Wednesday Weekly Feature: The Fan Music Spotlight! In this feature, we'll be presenting a YouTube musician showcasing their abilities through a Zelda-related composition or cover.  After last weeks excursion into ten different genre interpretations of the main Zelda theme via electric guitar, we're taking a bit of a step in the other direction this time.  While our starring artists still excel in the guitar, they prefer the acoustic route, taking our favorite tunes and strumming them out, without amplification. 

Step aside, Samuel L. Jackson; there's a new action hero in town. All-star sketch comedy team The Warp Zone recently showed us all exactly how Link would handle himself in a high-pressure airplane emergency. That is to say they showed us exactly how Link's soft-spoken nature would handle itself in such a situation. Ripe with tension, drama, and a ton of action clichés, this is a short that any Zelda fan would appreciate...

The long awaited Majora's Mask DLC is arriving February 5th for Hyrule Warriors, very close to the release of Majora's Mask 3D. Some tech savvy players have been looking into the 1.5.0 update files for the game, and their search led to the discovery of three new music tracks for the new adventure map of Termina...

With the release of Majora's Mask 3D as close as ever, review outlets are beginning to share more of their footage from the game. Yesterday, Game Informer streamed an hour of gameplay, offering commentary on their experiences with the game's opening. The recording follows the player's first encounters in Clock Town, hide-and-seek with the Bombers, and the first confrontation with Skull Kid...