The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina Of Time (N64) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo 64 games
Description:Model ID 87004 /
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by - written on 30/08/07 (Somewhat useful, 44 readings)
This is one my favourite nintendo 64 games. Its a one player adventure game with a great storyline. It focuses around a child named link who is sent on a mission to save the princess zelda and her castle from her enemy, using his ocarina to travel back and forth in time. The game starts off in a world where everything is perfect, but then the world turns dark and its up to link to save it. Having never left the place where he lives, this is a big adventure for him. The game has great graphics and is one of the only N64 games which has night and day. There's loads to get through and could keep you busy for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/01, updated on 05/04/01 (Very useful, 324 readings)
As everyone knows the N64 spouts some of the most amazing graphical capabilities on any console. It is very rare that the N64 gets the chance to show off these capabilities. Have no fear though, because this is one game that is an exception. Legend of Zelda Ocarina of time has some of the most visually advanced graphics you’ll ever see on a console. Enough of that admiration for now. Let’s get to what the story of the whole thing is about. You play the part of Link, a fairy boy who lives in the fictional world of Hyrule. Your home is a place called Kokiri Village. You are living happily until one day the Great Deku Tree calls you to him. He ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/01, updated on 28/03/01 (Very useful, 348 readings)
Zelda 64: Ocarina of Time is one of the most influential games of all time (please excuse the slight pun). For a large number of people, it is regarded as the best game ever. It showed the world just how good Nintendo still were at making great games, and pioneered a unique and excellent control system. It was released in the Christmas period of 1998, and I’m sure for a lot of people, Christmas was just that bit more magical for them, thanks to Zelda 64. I myself have only had an N64 since late August, but luckily for me, my best friend had one and lent it to me (with Zelda 64). I do own Zelda 64 and I agree that it is an awesome game. But when it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
The Plot Waking up in Kokiri Village Link has largely accepted that he is the same as all the other children that live in the Kokiri Forest, forever protected by the Great Deku Tree. However unlike the other children he does not have a fairy guardian like everyone else. Upon late both Link and the Great Deku Tree have been having dark dreams about the destruction of Hyrule. This is the land in which the little forest resides. To be more specific Link is dreaming of Ganondorf a large evil looking man who came from the desert, in this dream the Princess of Hyrule, Zelda a young girl around the same age as Link is being chased by the menacing Ganondorf. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time was first released in 1998 for the Nintendo 64 games console. It is the fifth game in the Zelda series and went on to be one of the biggest selling games for the console. This game shows Zelda in 3D for the very first time. Previous entries in the series have all been top-down view, with everything being in 2D so it is quite a change for the game. The Game centres around a young boy named Link that lives in the Kingdom of Hyrule. He awakens one day to a small fairy named Navi, flying around him and telling him to go and visit the Deku Tree, a tree in the nearby forest that is dying. When Link gets to the tree, ... Read the complete review
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