Hello, and welcome back to my pointless-yet-amusing countdown of videogame snowscapes. Today, we’ll be stepping even further back in time to examine a snowscape from a rather controversial game: The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask.
I’m talking, of course, about Snowhead Mountain Range, the distinct “snow” area of the game.
I’m a longtime defender of Majora’s Mask. The time limit doesn’t bother me in the least, and I find the atmosphere beautifully crafted. Out of the four different areas of the game’s world, Snowhead has always been my favorite. Partly because of the snow, but also because the dungeon is one of the two good ones in the game.
Not to say that the others are bad… well, wait, the Great Bay Temple is pretty terrible, actually.
In case you haven’t noticed, I’m knda running out of things to say. To sum up, I like the Snowhead Mountain Range. So I’m making it #4 on my stupid list. And you can all deal with that.
Farewell and goodnight. I’m ridiculously tired.