Normally, a company adding a video to their YouTube favorites isn’t newsworthy. But considering Nintendo’s tendency of shutting down fan projects, it was quite the surprise to see the Majora’s Mask fan-film “Terrible Fate” show up in their favorites. What does this mean? While it could mean anything, it shows that Nintendo noticed and apparently supports a fan project. This is in stark contrast to the past, when Nintendo has shut down a fan-game for Metroid and a No Man’s Sky and Mario crossover, going so far as to hire a dedicated person to protect their IPs. But who knows—with this new development a brighter future could be ahead.

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I'm a student studying web development, computer sciences, and entrepreneurship. I've loved video games since I first got a beat to a pulp in Super Smash Bros by my older cousins. Console of choice: PlayStation Favorite games: Destiny, Halo, Battleborn, Overwatch, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and SSB Pro Tip: The water temple is easy, just pay someone else to do it

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