Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time


It does not get any better than this.  Okay, maybe it does but Ocarina of Time is as close to gaming perfection as you're likely to find anywhere else.

Ganon is once again up to his old tricks, and Princess Zelda, as well as the Great Deku Tree ask for Links help. To guide him, a young fairy called Navi shows him the tricks of the trade. You begin the adventure with the task of collecting your sword and shield, and then saving the Deku Tree from the evil that has attacked. From there, you travel to Hyrule, and the many worlds that stem from Hyrule Field.

There are many, many new things in this Zelda compared to past versions, including the use of time travel and the two different Links on each side (young Link, who you start the adventure with, and teen Link, who you must turn into to complete certain areas of the game). Weapons are also a key feature, with bombs, swords and other nifty gadgets available to help you in your quest. 

Being one of the most popular games for the Nintendo 64, this game emulates perfectly using almost any N64 emulator.  Of course, if you have your hands on a 3DS system, you may want to wait till you can play the enhanced version in 3D.

10 comments:

  1. Looking forward to 3D now...

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  2. This will forever be one of my favorite games.

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  3. Have only glanced over in the past, but will be getting the Emulator shortly

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  4. This will always be legendary.

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  5. I didnt even know the 3ds was out yet :O

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  6. I just beat this game only but a year ago. was really a good game. made lots of fun time for me! Zelda is one of the best series i have played

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  7. I love this game =D zelda is the best ^^ great choice :)

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