anonymous asked:

Majora's Mask sucks. It's a cheap childish game made by a childish company. The only good thing that came out of it is Ben Drowned. Five Nights at Freddy's is a much better game. It's more popular and has great, unsuspecting jumpscares. FNAF beats Legend of Zelda 24/7 and the animatronics could easily kill Link. It's a fact. Don't be salty :)

Majora’s Mask

is cheap and childish

you say?

If anything, Majora’s Mask is one of the most darkest games out there. I’m sure lots of gamers would agree, even before Ben Drowned was created. It’s the imagery and the concept of Majora that gives the game it’s creepy touch. Unlike Five Nights at Freddy’s where it relies on jumpscares that get repetitive after a while.I would admire the game’s original concept of murderous robots if the creator hadn’t confirmed that they were possessed by dead kids. I actually decided not to buy the game once I heard this because it was so stupid and cliche.

Which one of these looks more scary once you mute the screaming? This?

Or this?

Also, do you honestly think that just because the animatronics are popular means that they can defeat anything? If popularity= good then that must mean that Fifty Shades of Grey is the best book in existence. As for a full-on fight, I think that the animatronics (except probably Foxy) would act nice towards Link, considering that he’s still a child. Even if they didn’t, Link could just pull out some bombs or simply transform into Fierce Deity.

All in all Anon, I feel as if you’re one of those rabid FNAF fans who can’t take an opinion and thinks that revising your posts makes you look progressive.

Games like The Legend of Zelda will never die.Games like Five Nights at Freddy’s are just fads that will soon fade into obscurity. Come back when your precious point-and-click horror game gets a better score on IGN as well as wins the Game Of The Decade award. Until then……

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  • GROOSE: Isn't it though? I'm just full of surprises. You know, Zelda, there's not a girl in town who wouldn't love to be in your shoes. This is the day... This is the day your dreams come true.
  • ZELDA: What do you know about my dreams, Groose?
  • GROOSE: Plenty. Here, picture this: A rustic hunting lodge, a pumpkin soup boiling on the fire, and my little wife, massaging my feet, while the little ones play with the loftwings. We'll have six or seven.
  • ZELDA: Loftwings?
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