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Fan-made remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask looks better than the original

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask isn't getting an official remake anytime soon, but two fans are working on a project to demonstrate what it could look like.

The Zelda: Majora's Mask Project is the work of Pablo Belmonte and Paco Martinez, who apparently work in the game industry. The pair first teased the project in 2012 with a brief video. It won't be a playable game but is instead a proposal to Nintendo to encourage a remake.

Check out the video above to see revamped models of Link, the Happy Mask Salesman and several of the game's levels and enemies. According to the video's description, the project does not use any of the materials from the original game, but is "created by fans for fans."

More images of the project are available on Belmonte's DeviantArt page.

Nintendo is currently working on a new entry in the Legend of Zelda franchise. The game's official name has yet to be revealed, though it's expected to launch in 2015.

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