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.
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.
Excerpt: We shouldn't have to tell you that you need to buy this game. No other title has received so many 'best game ever' awards, provided so many memorable moments and influenced so many developers.