Majora’s Mask defined some of the best and most human parts of every Zelda game that has come to pass since its launch this time 20 years ago. It’s funny to think that now, its most innovative and unique gimmick is what makes it particularly resonant and satisfying in 2020.
Video games get beat up on quite a bit, and I get it, as I've said many times, I don't like calling myself a “gamer” due to the connotations that come along with that. Yet video games are among my favorite mediums of entertainment. Even 20 year old games like Majora's Mask, running on the dinky power of the Nintendo 64, can evoke strong feelings all these years later.