The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask - Oath to Order





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Published on Jun 20, 2008

My pick of Video Game Music of the Week for the week of June 21, 2008.

Now here's a game that had some amazing music. The Legend of Zelda often have a lot of musical themes in them, but Majora's Mask was probably the darkest in many aspects, and it's music reflected that. Dark sombre music set the tone of Link's second adventure on the Nintendo 64, as he struggled to save Termina from the twisted Skull Kid and the ever falling moon.

So I give you the Oath to Order. In my opinion, one of the best songs from what could be considered one of the best games ever made.

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Armisrael Xonura
Smooth McGroove brought me here
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Swamp, Mountain, Ocean, Canyon. Hurry....The four who are there...Bring them here.
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This game is a jewel of Nintendo.
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hatake uchiha
N64 has some awesome fucking games
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I've realized something. This isn't a song of despair, but one of acceptance. If all four giants aren't freed, the moon will still fall. This song is the acceptance of the fact that you must turn back time once again, everything in the world wiped away., The swamp is poisoned once again, the mountains face eternal winter, the ocean is once again murky. But you must continue onward, not letting the sorrows of an entire world slow you. You accept the fact that the entire world is more important than murky waters or poisoned swampland. But did you ever have the authority to do that?
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The game brought me here
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"You've met with a terrible fate haven't you, my nigga?" Kudos to anyone who gets that reference
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100 steps south, Deep in slumber most foul. Free, at, last. 100 steps set forth, East, west, south and north. When, you, need us call.
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Alexis Caballero
i remember i had the original box... man that was the best christmass ever
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The seriousness of the song is killed by the narmy looking Nigel Thornberry giants.
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