Was The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time a better game than Majora’s Mask?

Generally it’s debatable between many fans of the Legend of Zelda set in terms of which game was better between Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask.  When it comes down to sales Zelda: Ocarina of Time had managed to sell at over 7 million units worldwide since its release for the Nintendo 64 back in late 1998.  The features that Ocarina of Time had introduced the Zelda set including the target lock system in regards to 3D gameplay was impressive.  


However, despite how much Ocarina of Time had sold worldwide it seemed like many people favored Majora’s Mask in terms of quality.  With N64 expansion oak Majora’s Mask provided players with a better gaming experience along with the fact that this title had a slightly darker theme than some of the previous titles in the series the 80’s and 90’s.  While Majora’s Mask only sold over 3 million units for the N64 and was a fun title to play its tough to debate on whether or not it was a better game the Ocarina of Time or vice versa.  

Upcoming Games-Celeste: (2018)

There are some pretty cool platform games that  the world has seen this year and are look forward to seeing in 2018.  Another platform title that we are expecting to see for the Nintendo Switch and the PS4 is entitled “Celeste”developed by Matt Thorson and Noel Berry.


The cool thing about Celeste is the fact that the game looks reminiscent of older 8 bit platform titles that were on the NES back in the 80’s such as the Super Mario Bros series.  Players have the ability to dash throughout each level while making their way up mountains as the difficulty of the slow starts to increase. Even though, Celeste will be included on the PS4 it seems like a game that would work better as a Nintendo Switch exclusive.  

Upcoming Games- Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom: (2018)


NI No Kuni II is another upcoming game for the PlayStation 4 console developed by Level-5 Inc. that the world is look forward to.  This role playing title is followed by Ni no Kuni:Wrath of the White Witch which was released exclusively for the PS3 back in 2011.  This third person role playing game allows players to take control of a young king who must reclaim his kingdom after having it taken away from him.  

There are so many things about this game that are considered to be appealing as an RPG such as the visual art, open world travel along with the chibi design for the characters and the battle system where players can utilize melter attacks and magical abilities.  Fortunately, this game is set to be released shortly after New Year’s Day making this a desirable title to have in 2018.

Could a Mario Party game have ever worked on the SNES? 

The Mario Party series has been around since the mid to late 90’s when it first got started on the Nintendo 64.  The Mario Party titles generally includes a series of mini games where multiplayer gameplay puts people against one another while utilizing some of the main characters in the Super Mario series.  While the Mario Party games are considered to be very fun to play some wonder whether or not it could have became popular in 2D.  

After all, we did get to see Tiny Toons Adventures: Wacky Sports Challenge developed by Konami in the early 90’s which was probably the closest thing to Mario Party on the SNES in terms of gameplay.  Even though, a Mario Party could have worked on the SNES back in the early 90’s it probably would not have gotten as popular as it did if the series had began on the N64 in the late 90’s. 

Upcoming Games: Party Planet (2017)

If you are into multiplayer Party games then Party Planet developed by Teyon is a title that Nintendo Switch owners should definitely consider buying for a friend during the holiday season.  Party Planet allows players to level their characters up throughout the game as they explore the Planet while unlocking tons of in game content. 


Party Planet is expected to be released for the Nintendo Switch on Dec 12th and is considered to be one of the top games to be on the look out for in relation to multiplayer gaming.  Even though, Party may look for fitting for the Nintendo 3DS as far as graphics are concerned it will be interesting to see how this game does in sales for the Nintendo Switch going into 2018.  

Upcoming Games-Monster Hunter World (2018)

Along with numerous upcoming action RPG titles that we are expected to see on consoles such as Xbox One and the PS4 Monster Hunter World developed by Capcom is also among one of the very big games that the world is looking forward to in 2018.  Fortunately, people who have been fans of the Monster Hunter series won’t have to wait too long for this upcoming game since its scheduled to be released in January if 2918.  


For an Action RPG this game has everything one can ask for including awesome graphics and third person co-op gameplay allowing groups of people to hunt down and kill monsters.  Even though, Monster Hunter World will not be on the Nintendo Switch it’s definitely a game that worth having especially if one owned titles such Monster Hunter 4 or even Monster Hunter generations.  

Upcoming Games: Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive (2017)

The holidays are right around the corner and there are so many games that we will are going to see on the Nintendo Series between now and the end of 2018.  As far as this year is concerned the world will witness the release Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds  is expected to be released for the Nintendo Switch on the 7th of December this year.  

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds is a game developed by MAGES Inc. and is a multiplayer fighting game with some of the best 2D visuals which adds to the appeal of the game.  Even though Phantom Breaker: Battle Ground does not have much of a plot players will have the ability to make their characters stronger by raising their levels and defeating enemies throughout the game.  For a multiplayer fighting title Phantom Breaker: Battle Ground is a game to die for especially if your a Nintendo Switch owner.  

Upcoming Games: Nine Parchments: (2017)

The Nintendo Switch has so many up coming games in 2018 such as Kirby: Star Allies, Yoshi, Lost Sphear and others making the year one to look forward to.  Nine Parchments developed by Frozenbyte is a blast em game that is expected to be released on December 5th.


The cool thing about this game is the fact that Nine Parchments will be released on multiple game consoles including the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 along with the fact it’s multiplayer allowing up to four people to play simultaneously.  Having the ability to learn new spells while battling other players and the CPU sounds like a game that would be more fitting for the Nintendo Switch than the Xbox One or PS4. 

Upcoming Games: Away: Journey to the Unexpected: (2018)

There so many upcoming titles that  the world is looking forward to this upcoming year for the Nintendo Switch.  One of the games that is currently in the spotlight for the Spring of 2018 is Away: Journey to the Unexpected which will be developed by Aurelien Regard and Jim Gennisson and published by Playdius. 


The visual design for Away: Journey to the Unexpected is nice making for a family friendly action platformer game.  While Away: Journey to the Unexpected looks like a promising game for the Nintendo Switch if this title was released back in the Spring of 2017 it would have been a guaranteed success since they hybrid console made its debut around that time as well.  

Upcoming Games: Lost Sphear: (2018)

There are countless RPG titles that the world is looking forward to in the year 2018 when it comes down to the RPG of gaming. For the Nintendo Switch one of the hottest games that we will see shortly after the New Year’s Day is Lost Sphere which will be developed by Tokyo RPG Factory and published by Square Enix.  

While the graphics and gameplay forvList Sphere looks impressive it also has interesting features including the inclusion of an Active Time Battle System along with an interesting plot with cool overworld gameplay.   Even though, Lost Sphere is a single player game it still looks like a promising RPG for the Nintendo Switch which begs us to question on how well this game will do in terms of sales” in 2018.