USstreamer Archive: Bob Takes a Trip to Termina in Majora's Mask

USstreamer Archive: Bob Takes a Trip to Termina in Majora's Mask

Revisit one of Link's strangest adventures with a solid hour of the 2000 N64 original.

The long-awaited Majora's Mask 3D releases on Friday, which means this oddball Legend of Zelda will finally have a chance to shine. And since it's now looking much more presentable thanks to a 15-year gap in technology, there's never been a better time to peer back into the mists of the N64 age and revisit the original that took so many players by surprise back in the year 2000. (Those who didn't instead opt to buy a PlayStation 2, anyway.)

It all starts at 2:00pm PT/5:00pm ET, so head on over to our Twitch page (or check out the video below) and join in on the fun. And if you're reading this after it's already happened, the embed below will feature an archived version of the stream via our YouTube channel.

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