The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask 3D Gets a Great Halloween Commercial

As anyone who’s ever played it knows all too well, The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask is a game that’s just perfect for halloween.  With the creepy Ikana Canyon, the horrifying mask sequences and Majora himself inspiring nightmares in many gamers, it’s got tons of creepy things to fit the spirit of the time of the year.

And now, it seems Nintendo themselves are banking on that as a way to stir up some more interest in the game.  Behold, their new halloween specific trailer:

It’s a pretty neat commercial in all honesty.  From the quick show of mask transformation sequences to the unnerving Happy Mask Salesman, the trailer captures some of the game’s scarier elements all too well, and is definitely going to inspire at least a few people to give the 3DS remake a shot.

But what do you think?  Is the new Majora’s Mask 3D commercial a cool looking one?  Will it inspire you to replay the game this halloween?

The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes; All Demo Music!

Do you like the Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes so far?  Find any of the music from the recent demo somewhat catchy and want to listen to it outside of the game?

Well if so, you’re in luck!  Thanks to the efforts of some people in the 3DS music community, we now have every song from the demo available to listen to right here and now.  The main theme?  Available in good quality, complete with no sound effects.  The boss themes?  Same deal.  And the ominous chanting filled area themes are included too, if those are more your thing.

So here it is.  All the music from Tri Force Heroes:

It’s not much of the soundtrack so far, but it’s enough given that the game is only in demo form.  When the game comes out and we’ve played the whole thing, maybe then we’ll have the rest of the music available as well.

But what do you think about the music in The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes?

Nintendo Updates Youtube app to block TubeHax

Hacked your 3DS via TubeHax?  Running various homebrew apps and region free on the console due to the exploit?

If so, you’d better wait before updating.  This is because the YouTube app has recently been updated to block the exploit, and the app pretty much auto updates if you connect to the internet through it.  So basically, avoid running the YouTube app for the foreseeable future, and consider using a different trick to run homebrew on the 3DS.  You can find a useful tutorial for Browserhax (an alternative that hasn’t been blocked by any firmware updates as of this point) below:

Above: Tutorial by The4thGenGamer

Either way, just a quick PSA for any 3DS owners that modded their 3DS like this.  Find an alternative exploit, since the old TubeHax one doesn’t work any more.

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New Update Available for YouTube App – Reddit

The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes; All Secret Songs!

As a couple of people have pointed out in recent videos, The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes has some secret ‘songs’ that only play when you play tennis in the ‘Music Ball’ minigame. In other words, you swipe a crystal orb back and forth, and the game suddenly starts playing music from Majora’s Mask for whatever reason.  It’s interesting enough, but it appeared to be only one song.

But it seems that’s not actually the case!  Oh no, The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes actually has 5 classic Zelda songs in it, all of which can be heard here:

So what are the songs? They are as follows:

  • Dark World Theme (A Link to the Past)
  • Clock Town (Majora’s Mask)
  • Lorule Castle (A Link Between Worlds)
  • Lon Lon Ranch (Ocarina of Time)
  • Overworld theme (Legend of Zelda)

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UK Gamers; Get Some Free Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes Demo Codes!

Are you a Nintendo fan living in the UK or Europe?  Want to try out the Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes before its official release, yet weren’t lucky enough to have gotten a code from Nintendo themselves?

Well if so, we at Gaming Reinvented may have just the thing!  Basically, Nintendo sent us three demo codes for the game.  One for us to use, and two for various other people who might want to play the game.  And so given that we don’t really know a lot of Nintendo fans in the real world (the company isn’t hugely popular in this region, and it’s even less so around this area of the UK), we thought we’d give them out.

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