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Opinion by ashley_pastfire posted over a year ago
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after a second he came up with a plan that if he drowned himself maybe he could respawn somewhere else. as he ran for the laundry pool something non normal happened. before he reached the pool link started to grab his head as if he was going insane and the screen flashed for a moment.of the happy mask salesman smiling. and all he could hear was skull kids laugh in the background. and when the screen returned he was staring at the link statue that appears when you play the elegy of emptyness (which even in the original game the statue looks SUPER CREEPY) as the player tried to run away it seemed the the statue was not following but CHASING him as he went through the door he was teleported to an underground portal and not only was the statue still following him but it was chasing him more aggressivly faster than it was before. as he made his way out of the tunnel the screen faded to black like before it showed dawn of a new day with the same subtitles of lines. when the screen returned he was on top of the clock tower with the skull kid hovering above him and all he could hear was the background music. he had his bow and he attempted to shoot the skull kid but on his third try. the...
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Opinion by ashley_pastfire posted over a year ago
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ok. for those who do not know of the ben pasta what it is, is a story of a kid from collage who had just now got this nintendo 64. to recapture his child hood he set off to find a garage sale or yard sale to find his favorite game majora's mask. his attempts in trying to find the game seemed to fail because no sale had the game he was looking for. so delt in failure he was on his way home when he suddenly saw this last yard sale he apparently hadn't seen before. he knocked on the door and answered the door was an old man who seemed half blind. he asked the old man if he any old games. the man went to his garage and came back with a box full of nintendo 64 games...how conveniant.....as the man searched thrue the box he noticed a grey cartridge with the words majora on it which seemed to be writting on it with black sharpie. even though it didn't look like an original cartridge of majora's mask he was still pretty happy and excited to get home and play it. he asked the man how much it was and the man said it was free. he also explained to the man that the game had belonged to a boy that doesn't live here anymore. when the man got home of course the first thing he did was put the...
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Opinion by ashley_pastfire posted over a year ago
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operation moonfall is a fan petition mainly to get nintendo to create a 3D version of majora's mask as they did with ocarina of time. whenever you comment on this article you will automaticlly be sighned in for operation moonfall please help us. the more people we have in the more chances of getting 3D there MIGHT be bonus scenes that's not in the original game itself. but this is only a guess and hopefully there will be more characters added to this it was mentioned by the owner of nintendo but he says he MIGHT be able to do this were not exactly sure if it will happen but all we can do is hope for the best.
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Article by MisterH posted over a year ago
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SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Operation Rainfall, a fan based group campaigning for the international localization of critically acclaimed Nintendo titles, is proud to announce the exciting finale to Phase Three of their initiative to see the Nintendo-published Wii titles Xenoblade, The Last Story, and Pandora’s Tower in America.

The conclusion to Phase Three coincides with the North American launch of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, and will involve a coordinated effort to send, en masse, a translated letter to Nintendo Co., Ltd., Japan, both physically and electronically, in support of the titles in question. Operation Rainfall will also be running a campaign recommending Xenoblade, The Last Story, and Pandora’s Tower to fans and gamers everywhere who enjoy their time with Skyward Sword. The campaign begins on Monday, November 21, with both physical and electronic mail being sent during the week of November 21-26. The campaign is expected to last approximately two weeks.
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