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|Game Name:||The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time||UPC:||0045496870041|
|Slip into the magical world of The Legend of Zelda to become the cute and courageous, elfin character, Link. Using the lilting power of the songs of the ocarina and his battle skills, he defeats enemies and overcomes obstacles from dungeon to dungeon to stop the evil Ganondorf from obtaining the mystical Triforce that grants the holder his most desired wish. Enjoy Link's growth from a youthful elf to a battle-hardened warrior as he tames a magical steed named Epona and defeats boss after dangerous boss. Shape Hyrule's destiny in the final epic battle and utilize the power of music, sword and bow, as well as plenty of gaming savvy to defeat Ganondorf.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||2038|
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|Number of Players||1|
|Game Name||Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Violence, Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||Play the ocarina to summon a horse, solve puzzles, change time, and more Explore a 3D Hyrule for the first time in the best-selling Legend of Zelda series Use bombs, arrows, and sword attacks to defeat an assortment of enemies|
|Game Name Series||The Legend of Zelda Series|
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Classic 100% replay value
Immerse yourself as a young Link just starting out in Kokiri Forest, where you have to find your first weapon and embark on your timeless journey. 100% all across the board, gameplay, story/plot, controls, replay value, etc. If your unfamiliar with the Zelda game series, this is a great place to start. With a wide variety of weapons, armor, enemies, and well executed boss battles this game, it’s sure to be a hit for gamers of all ages. I definitely recommend playing if you haven’t already, or revisiting an old classic. Home to one of gamings greatest if not only in game fishing-game, one can spend hours enjoying the fishing mini-game in itself. 10/10
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: godsgraceissuff...
One of the worst Zelda games
I am a fan of the Zelda series but not a fan of this one. The game is overly cryptic and is almost setup to rely on a user guide as you get deeper into the game because much of it is not straight forward. Besides being so cryptic, other annoying things are having to constantly go back and forth in time to perform certain tasks ( which requires teleporting to the temple of time every time before returning to the location where the task is), having to manually play the ocarina songs note by note every time you need it, and losing use of items depending on whether or not you are a child or adult. Some of the analog stick tasks are annoying also. The enemies constantly regenerate, so you find yourself killing the same creatures repeatedly as you progress through temples. It makes you earn everything, which some may enjoy, but to me it is more of a chore and just not fun compared to others in the series.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: asellersells
The best installment of the best game series of all time
Action, adventure, puzzles. Swords and monsters and adorable cuteness. The Zelda series was "sandbox" style gaming long before GTA. Filled with Day of the Tentacle like puzzles to figure out. Go straight to your mission, or wander and explore. Upgrade your character, find secrets, fight skeletons, make friends, help people, figure out what that stuff you collected earlier is actually useful for. Everything is there for a reason, but that reason is usually not obvious. Save at anytime, so you can play a little at a time (though its hard not to keep playing until its late at night). Very long - just when you think you have basically beat it, it turns out all that was just the preliminary introduction, and its really barely begun. This is the only game I've finished 100%, and then played again from the beginning. This time around is my 4th run through. N64 can't compete with the graphics of a xbox360 or playstation 3 or even a Wii, but no other console has a game this much fun. For all ages. For all types of people, even! The only game I ever got my ex-wife to get into. My mom enjoyed Zelda. Gamers and non-gamers alike. Play it
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: blinq
Unsurpassed masterpiece, even today.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time debuted in 1998 and was immediately heralded as one of the greatest games of its time. 14 years have passed since, and Ocarina's status has only risen. It is considered the Benchmark of the Zelda series, to which all games since have been compared. While Mario 64 was Nintendo's first fully 3D game, Ocarina (released two years later) perfected the gameplay mechanics Mario 64 introduced, while simultaneously superseding it in terms of new gameplay concepts, story, level design, and atmosphere. There are many versions of Ocarina available to purchase. The original Japanese release, packaged in a monochromatic box. The original US release was dubbed the Collector's Edition and was only available to those who preordered the game. The Collector's Edition box is gold with holographing rays emanating from the Zelda logo, "Collector's Edition" displayed near the bottom, and the cartridge inside is metallic gold. The standard release had a similar box, sans holographic rays, and the cartridge inside is grey. There was also a re-release of the game in 1999 as the Game of the Year, with artwork describing thus. The PAL version of the game came with black/gold cover artwork. Ocarina of Time was later released on the Nintendo Gamecube as Ocarina of Time: Master Quest, with more difficult dungeons, and later still completely redone in 3D and released to the Nintendo 3DS as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. Ocarina of Time, in any of its incarnations, is a must-own game. If you only play one video game in your life, Ocarina should be that game.
Again and again over 12 years this game has been voted number 1 game ever.
Since Next Generation Magazine issued a poll of the top 10 best video games, there have been 43 simular polls in 34 different magazines from 1999 to 2010. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has been ranked in the top 3 spots for best video game going against 16 other gaming systems, and has held its rank 53% of the time for 12 years. Ocarina of Time's placing averages it as number 1 overall, far outdoing Super Mario 64 which ranked 2nd place. The total repeats throughout the top 10 video games of all time polls show as following Mario in 2nd place having showed up in 26/43 top 10 polls while Ocarina holds a staggering 1st in 32/43 top ten polls. The fact that this game is in that many top 10 and is in the top 3 in 53% of all the polls is all you need to know about this game, obviously according to 43 polls for over 12 years gamers again and again pick this as the best, having showed up in 74% of the total polls. Nintendo also has made remakes of Ocarina of Time, they formatted the original Nintendo 64 game to other systems such as the Game Cube, Wii, Nintendo DS, and more recently there is talk about remaking the game and doing an overhaul on the graphics, not the storyline nor the interface. Why? Because Game sells as of 2011 are the lowest in history and Nintendo as a company who is professional at selling games, having done so for over 20 years, knows that this game they have made gave them the most sells for the Nintendo 64, and boosted sells when they brought it back on other systems. The guys at Nintendo are definately not dumb and know that if they supply the gamers with this again, the demand will go up again. I personally rate this as well as many others who voiced their opinions in the polls as number 1. And after reading the information alone there is no need to read another review, the polls and nintendo's desicions as a company allready show the worth of this single game. Buy it, play it, and never sell it, the value will only go up and this game is allready a classic. I have never met a person who hasn't had this in their top 10, once you play it, you will agree as well, they just don't make games like this anymore...untill Nintendo remakes it. It may have old graphics that newew generations would dub "lame", however, the gameplay and storyline make up for the graphics which aren't that bad anyways. This game with it's puzzles will keep you on your feet, if not on the computer searching for a walkthrough, nothing comes close and never will the music is absolutely amazing as well, the only con I can ever think of with this game is Navi, and if you have played or will play this game, you will want to kill her after the first 30 seconds. Besides that, you will never be disapointed by this game, I've beaten it 3 times and still play it every once and a while, but don't take my word for it, see for yourself.