Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a game that brings out the inner child and adventure from even a person who is past the age of being a child. The narrative for the game is told in such a way that it makes the player feel like a child. The puzzle solving aspect is also a great reason for mature people to play the game. The game is very linear but at the same time, the player can go anywhere or do anything at any time so the player does not feel pressured to continue linearly and at the same time the player can easily advance to the next part whenever desired. The game is stress free for the most part, the stressful part is the puzzle solving part, and it can get so frustrating to the point that the player just does not want to play the game anymore. If the puzzles are not challenging enough, the puzzles lose their meaning but at the same time if they can cause the player to quit the game and never come back to it. There is the use of online guides on the internet but as children or back before the age of popular online guides, the game can frustrate the player to no end. This usually caused the player to buy a guide book which was a good way to make even more money for the company. The character link is also very easy to relate to because for the most part, his personality and character is blank. The details can be filled in by the player so that the player can easily relate to the character, despite the name not being able to be changed.
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