Reviews and Problems with Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time review (N64)
30 March 2015
Excerpt: I remember being eight years old and playing the original The Legend Of Zelda game waaaaaaay back on the NES...yes, the NES, remember that? 8-bit games? Since then I've sort of half-interestedly played each Zelda game that came out, but never really finished another one, until I got Ocarina of Time.
Excerpt: The name 'Zelda' has always been one of valor, of admiration, of sheer brilliance. Shigeru Miyamoto's simple franchise has evolved into one of the best series in video game history, beginning with The Legend of Zelda on the Nintendo Entertainment System, continuing through a sequel and a prequel,...
Excerpt: Deep in Hyrule’s cavernous bowels, a pool of molten lava belches briefly. Sparks lick rock outcroppings and steam rises upward in a shaft lit only by flames. An elven form balances precariously on a stone archway, a shadow caught at the center of a cyclonic wave of heat.
Excerpt: When the first screens of the actual title began to seep out into the public from Nintendo of Japan, the sharp and detailed look of the title amazed all who saw it. Richly detailed environments and characters promised that the first 3D Zelda title would be the sharpest looking game available up...
Excerpt: Ocarina of Time came closer to gaming perfection than any other game, and it is still a wonderful game 5 years later. The gameplay is fun, the music is enchanting, the dungeons are huge and intimidating, and the graphics were excellent when the game came out.
Excerpt: For my first Zelda review, I thought I would give a little history. Here it is. July, 1987, NES-- The Legend of Zelda is released for the NES. It stars Link, who must rescue the Princess Zelda from the evil king Ganon. Ganon soon becomes a Zelda game mainstay in the games that follow.
Excerpt: Ocarina of Time, the first go on the Nintendo 64, is considered by many die hard Zelda fans to be one of the best games of the series. Say what you will, but the innovative Ocarina of Time surely earns it’s rep by being one of the most playable Zeldas I’ve seen to this day, and one that deserves all...
Excerpt: Step into Link’s boots, and save Hyrule in this incarnation by defeating Ganon. Ocarina of Time has had it’s share of criticisms and other things. But in my opinion, it remains one of the greatest games I have ever played, and believe you me, I have played quite a few.