Frank West may have three days in an enclosed mall, but Link has three days to traverse the entire land of Termina. In what many call “the other Nintendo 64 Zelda game,” Link finds himself in a world parallel to Hyrule, where a frankly disturbing-looking moon is set to crash into Clock Town, destroying the world. Thanks, Skull Kid).
So how is anyone supposed to pull that off? Well, Link has to slog through a swamp, climb a mountain, cross an ocean, and enter a graveyard--and that’s just for the game’s four dungeons. There’s a river cruise, a pirate ship, and a castle of ghosts in there too. Oh, and did I mention that everything is tied to the three-day system? Yeah, all of those things are only accessible when you complete certain tasks on certain days. Don’t worry, you can totally play a song on the ocarina to go back to the first day… and lose most of your items in the process. If the Majora’s Mask 3DS remake is still a thing, a whole new generation will get to experience this time-traveling trickery too.