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Majora's Mask Skull Kid featured in live action short


2:00 PM on 12.28.2013



Here is an exceptionally good short film based on The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask and its central antagonist, the Skull Kid. Dreamlike and without spoken dialogue, it relates how Skull Kid came into possession of Majora's Mask and used it to take vengeance on the town which banished him.

Great effects in this, particularly the moon which looks just as creepy in this as it did the first time I saw it in the game. But I think my favorite bit of this is Link, who actually looks like a boy instead of a teenager or young man. It seems odd how infrequently I see that.






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