Reviews and Problems with The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time
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One's Treasure Is Another's Trash
Jeremy Michael Gallen, RPGamer
1 March 2010
Excerpt: In the land of Hyrule lies Kokiri Forest, populated by children with fairy companions. Among them is Link, a boy who ironically doesn't have a fairy, until one named Navi joins him, helping him embark on a quest to defeat the evil Ganondorf. Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time marked the Zelda franchise's transition to the Nintendo 64, a system very much in need of solid titles, earning rave reception upon its release, with many proclaiming it one of the...
Summary: this game is to cool for description i can say The only con is the story is a little bit seen before but the dungeons require moderate brain power and the bosses are so much fun I was hooked after about 1min
Summary: Mario made the jump from 2D to 3D and so did Link in The Legend of Zelda The Ocarina of Time. It also is available on the Wii Virtual Console now. Zelda is once again in trouble in this adventure game. This time everything else is different. This game is set in a 3D world. From the start of the game you are left in awe of the spectacular graphics. Link travels in a vast open world in Hyrule.
Pros: Awesome audio, Loads of content, Addictive gameplay, Tight controls
Summary: The Legend of Zelda series has grown to a point where it has its own aura. There is just something about the title that entices you to want to play it. I was around back in the days of the original NES, and there was some force at work when I decided to rent The Legend of Zelda one day. Ever since that day, the gaming series has been among my favorites. My favorite in the series hands down, however, is Ocarina of Time.
Summary: This game is an excelent role playing game. Not only do you have the classic temples you must complete, but there are other side missions as well. This game may take a few days or longer to complete, but it is worth it in the end. This is a must have to any Zelda fan.