Reviews and Problems with The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D Review
28 June 2011
Excerpt: Reboots, remakes and HD collections are all the craze right now so it was only a matter of time before Nintendo reached into the vault and delivered one of their own. Nintendo is not shy about rehashing...
Pros: + Visual upgrades, + Fits well on the 3DS, + Still one of the best games ever, + New additions are cool
Cons: 3D implementation, Some minor control issues
Excerpt: Few video games in history have garnered as much critical praise and effusive adoration as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time . When it came out in 1998 for the Nintendo 64, Ocarina of Time set a new standard for three-dimensional action and introduced gameplay mechanics that are still copied today.
Pros: Beautifully updated visuals, Sweeping adventure with engaging side quests, Exciting arsenal of weapons, Stellar music and memorable characters, Master Quest is an invigorating challenge
Cons: Environmental structure is relatively sparse, Master Quest not unlocked from the start
Excerpt: Over the years since the first game was released in 1986, the "Legend of Zelda" series has become a Nintendo staple. Link is a highly recognizable character, and next to Mario, he is one of the biggest characters in the Nintendo franchise. It is not surprising, then, that I had never played Ocarina of Time before. As a child, I always owned Sega systems, and never a Nintendo.
Summary: Link finds himself as an apprentice engineer for the royal railroads and Zelda takes one of her most up-front roles in a Zelda game for a long time The most curious thing about the success, and undoubted quality, of the Zelda games is that we know exactly what we’re going to get. Let’s call a spade a spade here and acknowledge that every version of the game is essentially the exact same format, delivered the exact same way and with almost the exact same weapons and...
Excerpt: Bloodless combat with a sword and other weapons, including bombs, some enemies'; corpses remain for a while; one boss is stabbed in the face and coughs up blood, one area has bloodstains on walls.
Review : Legend of Zelda : Ocarina of Time for Gamecube
16 February 2003
Conclusion: Gamestop also had a special deal where everyone who got the pre-order disk from them also got a free strategy guide for Ocarina of Time. I just hope that Nintendo does something like this again with future games. Like a free disk of F-Zero 64 when you reserve F-Zero GC or Mario 64 with a reserve of Super Mario 128. Word!