For the last four years, a passionate Zelda fan named Pablo Belmonte has been working on "Zelda: Majora's Mask Project," a reimagining of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask in virtual reality. Because of some financial issues, he has not been able to release any original content for some time; in fact, he uploaded his last video in August 2014, more than two years ago.

However, on Friday, November 25th, Pablo released an all-new video, showing off a complete recreation of the inside of the Clock Tower from Majora's Mask in virtual reality. Pablo was actually the artist behind the "Majora's Mask HD" parody video that went viral in 2012. That original video was a part of Pablo's virtual reality project, and this new upload reuses the assets from that video.

You can watch Pablo's new video above! It's certainly interesting to see what it would be like to play through the beginning of the game in virtual reality, especially with such a creative new visual style.

Pablo has stated on his blog that he is unsure whether he will continue working on this project in the future. Although he has enjoyed creating these short videos, and he achieved considerable success with the trailer that he created in 2012, he does not believe that he will be able to create a finished product, and he is considering ending the project now.

What do you guys think? Are you big fans of Majora's Mask? Would you have liked to play this bit of the game in virtual reality? Do you remember Pablo's original video from four years ago? Let us know in the comments below!