HomeNews‘Zelda Majora’s Mask Project’ Fan Remake Video Surfaces Zak Penrith August 3, 2014 News A group of Zelda fans are planning to remake the timeless Zelda classic “The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask”. The team has recently uploaded some footage of their progress to YouTube. The footage shows 3D models of Majora’s Mask characters like The Happy Mask Salesman, Deku Link, and Regular Link with his Hero’s Shield. The footage also shows the lighting effects and a brief preview of what art style that this remake will feature. It appears to draw inspiration from cel-shaded art style of The Wind Waker and Skyward Sword with more detailed models similar to that of Twilight Princess or the tech demo shown at E3 2012. What art style would you like to see this Majora’s Mask remake in? I’d personally like to see it similar to the Zelda U tech demo showed when the Wii U was first introduced, as I feel like it fits Majora’s Mask very well. There are complaints that this project may get shut down by Nintendo, or may even be a prank, but what do you think? You can let us know by leaving a comment below! Share this post: No related posts. Majora's MaskThe Legend of ZeldazeldaNintendo to Host Another Smash Bros. 4 Tournament at Gamescom 2014Here’s a Look at Lana’s Deku Stick Attacks in Hyrule WarriorsAbout The AuthorZak PenrithNews Writer/Reviewer (UK)Zak is a gamer who has been playing Nintendo games since he could remember! His favorite franchises are Zelda & Animal Crossing, and his favorite games are The Legend Of Zelda: Majoras Mask and Super Mario 64. When he isn't playing video games, he's often outside playing sports while cramming for tests.