Reviews and Problems with The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time
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So much praise and...I don't fully understand why.
HYPEYO , GameStop
30 November 2013
Summary: The Legend of Zelda games have been considered to be one of the best gaming franchises of all time. One of the more noticeable examples was Ocarina of Time. It earned high praise back then and still today. But is it really that good. Well...let's look at the story. Link (or whatever your file name is) must save Hyrule by going back and forth through time. Sounds lame? Well...it's that was a very brief summary. The story offers more complexity and surprises along the way.
Summary: The Legend of Zelda has been one of the most critically acclaimed gaming franchises throughout gaming history. If you need any more proof, look no further than Ocarina of Time. While the game was originally released for the Nintendo 64, it has been ported to other consoles as well. One of these ports was the Master Quest edition for the Gamecube.
Summary: I played one random Zelda game a LONG time ago for gameboy color and I didn't really like it. I like long, involved games so when I bought my WII I picked up Twilight Princess. I really, really liked Twilight Princess. After seeing that there weren't many games like TP out for the WII I decided to make use of it's gamecube playing capabilities and bought Ocarina of Time (as it is hailed as one of the best Zelda games of all time).
Summary: If you are looking for a brand new layout and upgraded visuals, there are practically none here. The original Ocarina of Time and a different version (Master Quest) are included on this one disc. The first one is virtually unaltered except for more crisp visuals mainly because of newer hardware, and no real tweaking of the textures, models, etc.
Summary: where to start. this game is great. i got mine for free when i pre ordered wind waker(another great game) anyways, it has the original ocarina with the master quest on it. its a good game more challenging but lacks creativity. i mean its the same dungeons but only locations of things in those dungeons are changed. the original is still fun to play on the gamecube or now on the wii.
Summary: Ocarina of Time stands as one of the greatest video games ever to be published. The story is grand and epic, the gameplay offers a good blend of an action/adventure game with mix of RPG elements thrown in. The graphics, although slightly upgraded on the Gamecube, are still very dated. The disc allows the player to either choose to play the original game, or the slightly modified Master Quest version.