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Bloggers Wanted: Majora March

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[This month’s Bloggers Wanted comes from Preposterous Whitey and is all about weird masks and videogame conspiracy theories!]

In the wake of the recent re-release of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask for the Nintendo 3DS, many Destructoid community members are seeing the cursed world of Termina in a brand new way. Some are discovering it for the first time, while others are just revisiting an old friend after a recent facelift.

Either way, a whole lot of people are thinking about the game at the same time, and we want to know what they find most interesting about this cult-classic. Whether it’s a favorite mask, a standout character, or a special sidequest, the community needs to know! We’ll even give you a generous 31-day cycle to get all your thoughts together.

To participate, just start a new community blog and title it “Majora March: ________”, and don’t forget to use the Bloggers Wanted Response tag when publishing. Just sit back, aim at the stars, and shoot for the moon.

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About Whitey Foxone of us since 1:37 PM on 09.25.2011

Whitey is prone to overthinking stupid things and under-thinking important ones. Most of his time is spent playing handheld games while binging on podcasts. He has a penchant for less-than-classic games, bad movies, and terrible television.

Disclosures:
-On friendly terms with PR folks at TellTale Games