The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Life Size Replica | Buy-Now!
First 4 Figures is proud to present The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Life Size Replica.
Regarded as a darker entry in the Zelda franchise, Majora’s Mask
is set in Termina, an alternate version of the usual series setting of
Hyrule, where the Skull Kid has stolen Majora’s Mask, a powerful ancient
The Majora’s Mask Life Size Replica stands at 25 inches tall from
the tip of the horn to the base, making for a simply stunning display
centerpiece for any Zelda fan
Comes in deluxe full-color packaging, hand numbered base and an authenticity card.
Highly Responsive to Prayers: Local Shrine gets destroyed. Local Shrine Maiden destroys everyone in her path while attempting to find the culprit.
Story of Eastern Wonderland: Local Shrine Maiden stars in the classic tale of “GET OUT OF MY SHRINE”. A lot of youkai were harmed in the making.
Phantasmagoria of Dim.Dream: Disgraced scientist breaks into Gensokyo and attempts to prove magic’s existence to the outside world via attempted kidnapping. She gets hit with a chair.
Lotus Land Story: In “GET OUT OF MY SHRINE” the sequel, Yuuka Kazami Just Wants To Sleep. She’s not the culprit.
Mystic Square: Demons invade gensokyo, Local Shrine Maiden & Friends travel to Makai to have a word with the Queen of Hell. The culprits just wanted a nice vacation.
Touhou Game Summaries (Windows):
Embodiment of Scarlet Devil: Local Vampire just wants to walk outside during the day and not get burned. This is apparently unacceptable.
Perfect Cherry Blossom: Local Ghost Princess wants to see her giant cherry tree bloom. She steals the entirety of the season of spring to do so. This is apparently a really bad idea, for entirely different reasons.
Immaterial and Missing Power: Local Oni just wants to see her friends again. They never show up.
Imperishable Night: Moon princess creates a never-ending night. This turns out to be for everyone’s benefit, and it comes back to bite them games later.
Phantasmagoria of Flower View: Unexpected Flower Blooming leads to all-out brawls. No-one involved really knew what was going on.
Shoot the Bullet: Nosy Tengu Reporter takes photographs without permission.
Mountain of Faith: Local Mountain Gods from a nearby Outside mountain move in. They recieve the traditional Gensokyo welcome.
Scarlet Weather Rhapsody: Bored celestial wants to be entertained. In the process, the Hakurei Shrine gets destroyed. Again.
Subterranean Animism: Local Hell Raven eats a dead sun god. Decides the best thing to do with her newfound power is to nuke the surface and turn it into a New Hell.
Undefined Fantastic Object: Youkai followers of a Buddhist Monk want to rescue their leader sealed in Makai. Everyone wants to know what’s up with the floating boat.
Touhou Hisoutensoku: Something about dreams and a catfish?
Double Spoiler: Different Tengu Reporter has rivalry with aforementioned Nosy Tengu Reporter. More unauthorized photographs ensue.
Fairy Wars: Literally what it says on the tin.
Ten Desires: Local Taoist resurrects from the grave. Resurrected Taoist turns out to be Prince Shotoku. Prince Shotoku is actually a girl.
Hopeless Masquerade: Upset Noh Mask collection wants her missing mask back. Everyone is confused and just enjoys the flashy fighting.
Double Dealing Character: Inchling unwittingly gets tricked into causing a tsukumogami uprising. Poor girl.
Impossible Spell Card: Culprit from previous game takes Gensokyo on a Grand Theft spree to evade capture.
Urban Legend in Limbo: Lonely Psychic Outsider breaks into Gensokyo, causes absolute chaos.
Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom: Lunarian infighting accidentally spills out into Gensokyo. Gensokyo residents are not amused.
Silent Sinner in Blue: Local Vampire wants to go to the Moon, enlists Local Shrine Maiden & co’s help. Turns out they aren’t welcome there.
Inaba of the Moon and Inaba of the Earth: Daily adventures of Gensokyo’s rabbit population.
Eastern and Little Nature Deity / Strange and Bright Nature Deity / Oriental Sacred Place: Fairies doing Fairy Things.
Visionary Fairies in Shrine: Fairies doing Fairy Things 2.0, featuring AMERICA Clownpiece, the Local Hell Fairy.
Wild and Horned Hermit: Local Hermit makes suspiciously specific denial that she’s not a youkai. She’s a bad liar.
Forbidden Scrollery: Local Human Bookworm gets way in over her head. Repeatedly. On purpose.
Written Stories & Trivia Books:
Curiosity of Lotus Asia: Local Shopkeep recounts his experiences with some of the rather eccentric personalities in Gensokyo.
Cage in Lunatic Runagate: A bunch of characters reflect on the events of Silent Sinner in Blue.
Bohemian Archive in Japanese Red: A collective work of articles from Local Nosy Tengu Reporter.
Perfect Memento in Strict Sense: Book from Local Archiver, recording information on various personalities in Gensokyo, part 1. How truthful the contents are is probably another story.
The Grimoire of Marisa: Local Thieving Witch really wants to steal everyone’s spell cards.
Symposium of Post-Mysticism: Book from Local Archiver, recording information on various personalities in Gensokyo, part 2. Her sources are dubious.
Dolls in Pseudo Paradise: 10 outsiders become the unwitting participants of an Agatha Christie-like murder story.
Ghostly Field Club: Local Outsiders Renko and Merry explore a graveyard in the dead of night.
Changeability of Strange Dream: Local Outsider Merry recounts the dreams she’s had of Gensokyo. Questions reality. And her sanity.
Retrospective of 53 minutes: Local Outsiders Renko and Merry ride a train! And talk about the current state of the world outside gensokyo while doing so.
Magical Astronomy: Local Outsiders Renko and Merry want to take the new space tour of the moon! Turns out they’re too expensive.
Trojan Green Asteroid: Local Outsider Merry dreams herself onto an abandoned space satellite thought to be lost. Partner in crime Renko gets jealous and wants to go with. Turns out it’s not a dream.
Neo-traditionalism of Japan: Merry gets hospitalized due to events in the space satellite. Has visions of what she thinks is hell. Turns out she dreamed herself back in time and witnessed the birth of japan.
Dr. Latency’s Freak Report: Renko and Merry write a book! And discuss the plausibility of youkai existing in reality along the terms of quantum physics.
Dateless Bar “Old Adam”: Renko and Merry investigate a bar full of people spreading conspiracy theories and supernatural rumors. They get very drunk in the process.
As a kid, I used to marvel at the walls in my cousin’s rooms. They had a collection of carnival masks that were just amazing. As an adult, it seems like they were just another bygone thing of the nineties now….I still find them beautiful. Especially the Venetian carnival masks. They just take me to a very dreamlike world.
Today for the first time in a long time, I lost my calm, cool and collected mask to let the ‘real me’ out.
One of my siblings is only just in her teenage years. She’s young and naive. A few months ago I discovered a 16 year old boy has been making her smoke cigarettes and tried to entice her to his empty house with the promise of alcohol.
I decided to follow him home. This plan didn’t work, and for two months I forgot about him. Until today, he knocks on our door and asks my sister to come out. She says no and he starts asking her for a 'quick cuddle’. He left. I followed him ten minutes down the road, before stopping the boy to 'talk’ with him.
Most of it was calm and threatening, until the end where I lost my temper, and what people might view as 'crazy’ cane out. It was fun and thrilling to da impulsive things to him, and he left and I’m sure he will not bother my sister again. I didn’t even have to hurt him, just called him a few nasty names.
The Legend Of Zelda Collector’s Edition is a compilation of several installments from The Legend of Zelda series. It features both games released for the NES and Nintendo 64, with the former including revised texts fixing the original mistranslations, a demo of The Wind Waker, and various promotional videos.
In the United Kingdom, the Collector’s Edition was available to GameCube owners who mailed Nintendo proof of purchase of one of several selected GameCube games, including The Wind Waker, F-Zero GX, Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, 1080° Avalanche, Mario Party 5, and Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem. Consumers could also send proof of purchase of two titles from the Player’s Choice range to receive the game.
Although the game mentions “sound irregularities” on the disc as a result of emulating Majora’s Mask on the GameCube, no mention is made of the game freezing. This is a common issue encountered less often when not using the rumble function. The framerate of the Collector’s Edition version of Majora’s Mask is also lower than the 20 FPS framerate of the original game.
The problems could be caused due to the game’s reliance on the Expansion Pack. Majora’s Mask also presents a high number of graphical issues, such as the blur effect commonly used during cutscenes either not disappear or not loading entirely. As Ocarina of Time does not use the Expansion Pack used by Majora’s Mask, less problems occur. It, however, does experience some minor emulation issues, such as lens flares and other special effects not appearing.
Both games also experience another issue. Under normal circumstances, opening the inventory menu will capture the screen and add it to memory before opening the menu so it can appear on top of the game screen. Emulators have difficulty adding this image to the memory, thus, the game will appear to freeze for a couple of seconds before the menu opens up. While this image is being removed from memory as the menu is closed, the game also freezes for a short time.