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Nintendo Decided to return the best selling N64 game of all time to the game cube. The Legend of Zelda: Two Game Bonus Disc brings the Hero of Time back into action against the evil Gannondorf to stop the power of the triforce and the sacred realm falling into the hands of the gerudo prince. Join Link as his adventure starts in the kokiri forest as Link is the only boy without a fairy. Link recieves a fairy companion called Navi where they're both summoned before the great deku tree in order to learn the young heros fate. Link has to gather the 3 spiritual stones in order to gain access to the master sword however Link is far too young to be save Hyrule so Raul the sage of light seals Link for 7 years so he's old enough to fufill his destiny. Link has to face many dangers including mind wrecking puzzles, fierce enemies and outrageosly difficult bosses which will leave your hair standing on your head!. Master quest introduces new treasures and new obstacles which have not been seen in the original game which adds-on even more gaming experience. I rate the Legend of Zelda 5 stars as it's gameplay and graphics were well ahead of it's time. The plot is rich in content and will keep you up all night finding out what obstacle is next to overcome!.
The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time still tops many gamers lists as the best game of all time despite being over ten years old.
The story follows Link, a young boy who has nightmares about an evil force coming across the land of Hyrule. The great Deku tree tells Link that the evil is Ganondorf, a 'servant' of the king of Hyrule. Link follows the trail to Hyrule where he meets Princess Zelda who shows him Ganondorf. Zelda tells him he must get 3 spiritual stones to get the Master Sword to bring the evil Ganondorf down - pretty epic for an 11 year old. On retrieving the Master Sword it turns out Link is too young to be The Hero of Time so the sage Raul freezes him for 7 years. Link awakens to a world consumed by evil...
Zelda was one of the main games that successfully made the link to 3D - most games came out pretty awful when jumping from SNES to N64. Ocarina of Time put nearly all other games to shame on the original N64. Roms, ports and fan games have been made ad nauseum with this title. So Nintendo realising their masterful creation went on to make the Ocarina of Time master quest. 5 years after OOTs release, the creators at Nintendo still kept the torch burning and what a thing to keep burning. The Master Quest is exactly the same world map, with exactly the same style of gameplay - a brilliant control of gameplay, when the controller is in your hands you know exactly what to do - but the game was made harder: Bosses and enemies were tougher and the Dungeons were all rearranged with added tasks and challenges. It almost brought back the feeling of that first time you stuck that game in.
With well over 30 hours of gameplay plus 100 hours easily of side quests and other things to occupy yourself with - and those times are PER the two games - it's a bundle any Zelda fanboy/girl shouldn't be without.