Saturday, July 31st, 2021

Zelda: The BOTW sequel may exude Majora’s mask resonance, but it is “its own game”


Since it was announced The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, It compares with the fanatical N64 title, Majora’s mask.

The history of this entry dates back to 2000 and is very different from any previous entry-it has darker and scarier themes, and creepy music. The surroundings are full of bad luck and haze, and the moon has been looking down at you and the Skeleton Boy, causing chaos in the land of Termina.

Although many fans seem to be eager to connect the two (and possible similarities)-suggesting that there may be a connection, Nintendo’s Bill Trinin has made it clear that Breath of the Wild 2 (or whatever you want to call it) It’s its “own game.” This is exactly what he had to say in an interview with IGN:

“I want to say that this is a simple comparison or conclusion. I jumped here at this point in time, just considering what has been shown so far and the nature of it as a direct sequel… so I understand people make this Conclusion, but at the same time — I don’t want to delve into it — but it’s its own game.”

According to Trinin, when Nintendo begins to reveal more relevant information in the coming months, this new entry in the series will gain its own identity:

“I think that as we start showing more games in the next few months to next year or so, it may begin to understand more clearly what makes this game unique and what makes it so unique.”

When watching the “Breath of the Wild 2” trailer, did you feel the atmosphere of Majora’s mask? Do you think this game has the potential to rival the original? Leave your thoughts below.