In this update to Nintendo's classic adventure game, a young man named Link must gather the three Spiritual Stones and awaken the Six Sages in order to overthrow Ganondorf, a tyrannical warlock terrorizing the land of Hyrule.

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Nobuyuki Hiyama ...
Adult Link (voice) (archive sound)
Fujiko Takimoto ...
Young Link (voice) (archive sound)
Jun Mizusawa ...
Zelda / Sheik (voice) (archive sound)
Takashi Nagasako ...
Ganondorf (voice) (archive sound)
Kaori Mizuhashi ...
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Link, a young boy from the Kokiri Forest, must defend the Kingdom of Hyrule and the Triforce from the evil Gerudo King Ganondorf. He uses the power of the mysterious Ocarina of Time to travel through time and set things right. The game shows Link's life before he became the hero of Hyrule. Written by moviefanintheusa

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A Legend for the Ages Spans a New Dimension


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19 June 2011 (USA)  »

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D  »

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If the player completes the game, they will unlock a hard mode, called Master Quest. Originally, shortly after the original Nintendo 64 version of "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time" was released, development began on a pseudo-remake of the game dubbed 'Ura Zelda,' or literally 'Another Zelda.' This game was designed for the 64DD, an expansion for the Nintendo 64 that ultimately met with commercial failure. Eventually, this version of the game was released in a bundle as "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time- Master Quest" on the GameCube re-release. The Nintendo 3DS remake contains updated versions of both games, although the Master Quest mode is mirrored (for instance, locations to the East are now on the West side of the map). See more »

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Remake of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998) See more »

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Ah. The memories...
18 August 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I remember playing this game for the first time on the 64 when I was a teenager and instantly fell in love with Legend of Zelda: ocarina of time. It was a rented game so I had to rented it out again. After I finally received a copy of my own I ended up playing it countless of times over the years. I've never got bored of it. Even when it was release of virtual console, I download it onto my Wii immediately. When I heard it was going to be remake for the 3DS my heart soared as I knew what it meant. Better graphic (no visible blocky polygon) better ways of playing and in 3D.

I was not let down.

Every building or dungeon I enter I couldn't help but utter "wow!" like I have just seen it for the first. The 3D effect made you like you were in the room as it added real depth and distance of each wall. And the movement of each character you see are very smooth and swift.

I could on and on about this brilliant game by there's a limit number of words you can use in a review. So I shall sum it up by saying: Don't just take my word for it. Play it and you WON'T be disappointed:).


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