Nintendo will be releasing the score for Majora’s Mask 3D on October 7 of this year in Japan. Although the soundtrack for Majora’s Mask was released years ago, even becoming an Elite Reward for Club Nintendo in America in 2013, this version will be optimized for the best possible sound quality we’ve heard yet.

Majora’s Mask was scored by Koji Kondo and Toru Minegishi and the game was originally released in 2000. Tablier Communications and their Symphony No. 5 label will be handling the release. The soundtrack will include all 112 pieces from the original score, along with one additional track that is heard during Majora’s Mask 3D’s ending sequence. In addition, the album will come with two discs, an 8-page booklet filled with art from the game, a small poster, and a rubber keychain, which you can see below.

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  • JasonBall

    Haven’t played MM3D yet, is the extra one track like the orchestral arrangement after the OoT3D credits played during the OoT3D specific staff after the old credits?

    If that made sense, good for you.

  • Ryan Haney

    Imitating a toddler – “I want, I want, I want!”

    • Morgan

      I want the ALBW soundtrack.