I’m taking over ZeldaUniverseTV, and Cody never saw it coming. Up next? All of YouTube shall bow down to me and my question-answering powers.

At any rate, I talk Majora’s Mask’s save system, Ocarina of Time 3D‘s graphics, and running people over with steamboats in this week’s mailbag. So have a listen, and don’t forget to send me your questions to answer next week! Seriously. I need questions. My family is starving and we eat Zelda questions.

  • The save system of MM was also a problem for me. At the beginning, you had to play the entire three days before you could save your progess…and then play on the first day to open up Clock Town's Owl Statue. But Nintendo always placed them in convenient places so getting to your next station was quick.

    I hope I never have to say this again: No guns in Zelda–Zelda will live FOREVER without advanced technology!

    I'm fine with the reintroduction of Ocarina of Time. However, I do wish they made it longer, but I'm just awaiting the astounding graphics.

    And Jason, has anyone ever said you look like Charlie Pace from Lost?

  • ChainofTermina

    some one's awfully perky today.

    that description of how to record something on a DS sounds kind creepy, almost like you're…….."violating it".

    you know, you can save in MM with those owl statues, and then you don't lose anything.

    • Jason Rappaport

      As I said on YouTube, the owl statues are just "quick saves" šŸ˜› they boot you to the title screen when you use them and the save is removed when you start the game again. Useless, useless!

      • Darktoonlink88

        I never had a problem with that. In fact, I never used the song of time to save the game. Instead, I always used the owl statues. You keep all your stuff and you don't have to start the three day cycle all over again. I think Nintendo meant people to save the game this way.

      • Margar

        Um… the owl statues were always fine for me! the only difference is I think the owl save only owrks once. So you save there, go away. come back to your game later at the owl statue, and continue your journey, but that save is gone now. If you die or quit, you lose your stuff again.

        Really, I think I only had one saving catastrophe happen.

  • MegaLinkX

    Jason! Finish Majoras Mask NOW, or you have to go to bed without your dinner.

    FINISH IT!!!!!

  • Lizzy

    Where did Cody go? heh heh….

  • Lach Menel

    Great video! I laughed, I cried, I loved it!

    I only had a problem with the save in Majora`s Mask at the beginning, but once you get the hand of things you really don`t notice the difference. You have so much that can help you with the time management: Inverted Song of Time, Owl Statues, and a Warp that is available almost the entire game!

  • margar

    Christ, I'm tired after watching this! JASON- Y U NO CALM?

  • Topaz Mutiny

    @ answer to Leah's question: That answer is VERY misinforming. Nintendo hasn't "officially" stated that they're not adding new content. The only one who has said "don't expect any new content" is Bill Trinnen the Translator Guy. And despite being high-up on the trustworthy list, I doubt he's close enough to the game to even count as being official.

    Please correct me if I am wrong, with a link to some evidence.

  • Zelda777

    I have nothing against you but I liked Cody’s videos.Why did he stop? Is there a time limit on the job?

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  • lifesavers2

    I can practically smell Jason's awesomness from the screen.

    I can only smell Cody's awesomeness when he just won a Pokémon tournament.


    Who cares about saving? Just beat the game in one go, balalalatch melelelch!

  • mcdude910

    1. The Owl Statues in Majora's Mask made it very easy to save and keep all of your progress… and items, bombs, rupees, etc. Besides, if you wanted to go to the first day and save your rupees, then you can talk to the bank owner. Your opinion on why Nintendo added this is very biased. A lot of others thought it was a fantastic idea.
    2. Agreed. It will never end. Zelda with a gun?! A cool idea?! Comparing Zelda to Final Fantasy?! Zelda steampunk?! What's wrong with people?! Also, don't respond to trolls. It just makes them troll harder.
    3. I agree that it would be hard to do this. I did have one complaint with this question though. I'm a left handed individual. I bought Twilight Princess for the GameCube. Why would you call us freaking pansies?! What makes you think that you're better than us because you can write with your right hand?! I'm sorry that I developed my left handed skills faster than my right handed skills. That's my bad, sir!
    4. Agreed. It looks great.
    5. I don't remember Nintendo confirming this. Do you have a link to an interview?
    6. Neato!

    So far… I miss Cody. In one video alone you've made completely biased unfair statements, said that Zelda should have guns, said Zelda SteamPunk would be a good idea, compared Zelda to Final Fantasy, insulted your audience, made that childish "final question" joke, and worst of all… responded to a troll! You have not made a good first impression to me, Jason. We'll see how the next mailbag goes.

    • I detect a ruse. By saying he prefers guns or steamboats, he might be wanting us to contradict him, that is, putting out our own views such a way that it could appear to convince him. In a better example: Why would we (not) want them?

  • Gapperman6

    Actually, I'm left handed, but I find it much easier to use my right hand with the Wii. In fact, i know many left handed people who have used their right hand with the Wii. The only person I know who uses the controls with their left hand is my little cousin who is retarded and right handed.