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
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: This is Zelda supreme. It's fun. One hitch, however, is that the skill level gets progressively harder - so hard that casual gamers might give up rather quickly. Another glitch is game depth, which doesn't match other stellar N64 titles like Banjo-Kazooie.
The Legend of Zelda : Ocarina of Time review – A Link to the past
18 April 2010
Excerpt: Nearly 14 years ago, Nintendo released a game that was hailed – by critics and gamers alike – as not just a great game, but one of the best of all time. Truly revolutionary, the enduring classic introduced many elements that are now so commonplace – like a working 3D camera and a lock-on targeting system – that they’re taken for granted. It is of course, The Legend of Zelda : Ocarina of Time.
Summary: Aside from a new Lord Of The Rings movie, the discovery of a long-lost Beatles album or the second coming of Christ, few things are likely to cause as much fuss as a Zelda game. But while Twilight Princess feels like a natural progression for the treasured series, Link’s Wii debut is also his freshest and most engaging escapade to date.
Summary: One of the seminal titles of the ‘90s gets a 3D spruce-up as the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time makes its way onto Nintendo’s latest handheld revolution, the 3DS. However anyone expecting anything radically different beneath the eye-popping facelift, motion-based controls and the subtle superficial upgrades will find the same endearing adventure awaiting them from thirteen years ago.