Can you handle the wrath of Majora???
Majora's mask is a sequel to the acclaimed N64 game Ocarina of Time. As such, many gameplay elements return, such as the Ocarina, Bow and Arrows, and Hookshot, among other things. The game is timed, taking place within a three-day cycle, and allows you to manipulate and reset time with your Ocarina. Another important gameplay element is masks (hence the title). As link, you must don "transformation masks," giving you different abilities.
Due to the game's time limit, the adventure takes thinking and strategy. This game is not for people with patience issues, either, as certain sidequests can take up the entire three-day cycle (meaning if you mess up you have to reset time and START ALL OVER).
Although it's rated E for Everyone, the tone of the game is pretty dark, and not for small children. Many of the masks Link wears throughout the game are the remains of troubled souls that died during or before Link's adventure. Several enemies (especially Majora's Mask and Skull Kid) may frighten small children. Obviously, all kids are different, I just know that this game would have scared the popcorn out of me as a kid.
Overall, Majora's Mask is a great Action/Strategy game, but definitely be wary of the themes and tone of the game when playing it with your kids.