The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a fast paced, exciting, action/adventure game where the main character
Link is given the task of saving the kingdom of Hyrule from evil by going back and forth through time.
The simple controls involved when using the Nintendo 64 console was much easier to become acquainted with than I had originally imagined. Playstation controls are what I am most used to. The main character was very easy to control and the game became much more involving once I was used to the controls.
The graphics on the N64 console add to the nostalgic feeling of playing such a classic game. Once the tutorials pass and you are let loose into the world the storyline becomes more involving and exciting.
I still have more to play and I am hoping to see more of the bosses and other characters.
In most games I usually become more involved in the main storyline, so for this game I decided to see what side games or activities Ocarina of Time has to offer. There are loads of mini games and things to collect. Mostly the Nintendo universal currency, the Rupee.
Though the storyline is very detailed and captivating, I am impressed at how much freedom you are allowed throughout the game. One thing I have noticed during this second part of gameplay is that the characters are very well developed. They are all unique and aid you in many different ways.
I still have more to play and am looking forward to playing much more (and also to try and finally finish the game).
The world in Ocarina of Time is very well developed with several complex areas each containing levels with one or more "dungeons". The puzzle elements, along with button mashing gives the game great gameplay.
The graphics, though outdated, are very good for its time. The 3D elements give the worlds great depth and allow for
The storyline, though well developed and detailed, directs your actions throughout the entire game. To be more specific, you cannot do anything out of order, there is a set path for you to travel.
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