Ocarina of Time Review
One of the most famous and most popular games of the 1990's was The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina
of Time. Why? There are many great things which make up this game including great graphics,
an enthralling story, great characters, amazing environments, detailed and difficult
dungeons and elements of surprise and intrigue that make the game so epic one won't want
to stop playing for hours.
Many fans had heard of the rumours of a new Zelda game being developed back during the
beginnings of the Nintendo 64, but nothing was heard about it until 1997 and 1998. Then
Ocarina of Time was announced. Ocarina of Time was the first Zelda game since Link's
Awakening in 1993.
Ocarina of Time is supposed to take place prior to the other Zelda games, so, in accordance
with the apparent multiple Links idea, this is the first of them. Link has strange dreams
about a girl and a large man who is apparently chasing her. These people are Zelda
The graphics in the game, although dated today, are still nice, with great character models
and environments. Sound and music are huge parts of the game, and really show in the game.
The Zelda music is really epic and well done, making the game seem all the more epic.
The dungeons in Ocarina of Time are well built, full of interesting puzzles and enemies,
and there are lots of items and weapons to collect along the way.
Ocarina of Time is one of the best, if not the best, additions to the Zelda saga. This
game has also been re-released on the GameCube with the Master Quest, which increases
the difficulties of some of the puzzles and mixes up some of the dungeons, making them
Ocarina of Time is a great addition to the Zelda saga, and one of the best games ever
created for any console.
Overall Score: 10/10
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