Hey everyone, it’s time for another set of gameplay videos. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time probably doesn’t need an introduction, chances are good that you’ve heard of it. The game was first released on the Nintendo 64 back in November of 1998.
The main protagonist, Link, will be going on an adventure through time to defeat the evil King known as Ganondorf to save the people of the magical land Hyrule. He’ll end up meeting plenty of friends along the way, including his companion fairy Navi.
The titular character of the game, Zelda, only plays a supporting role. This princess is no little wallflower though, that’s for sure. As Link continues on in his quest, Zelda and the annoyance we all know as Navi will continue to aid Link in countless ways. With three spiritual stones to collect as “child Link” and six unique Medallions to collect as “adult Link”, there’s plenty of gameplay content to enjoy.
Our gameplay footage is in long-play format, and it is almost twenty-four hours long. This is a completed 100% play-through, with all items and heart pieces collected.
We’re playing the original game in the above videos, but that’s not all this wonderful franchise has to offer. That’s right, the Nintendo 64 release was not the only version of the game. Later iterations included The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2002, which promised a much more challenging experience for fans of the original.
With enemies that hit harder and altered dungeon designs, the Master Quest version was a very welcome entry to the franchise as a whole. The puzzles were not the same though, and this new game proved to be fairly unforgiving as a result. Even so, any well-practiced Ocarina of Time fan should play “Master Quest” at least once, if they haven’t already.
A complete graphical upgrade known as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D released in June of 2011 for the Nintendo 3DS. While there are some minor gameplay differences (such as the ability to use the touch screen to play the songs) the game stays true to the original, the story wasn’t changed.
The gameplay video content was provided by Ebby, of The Demented Ferrets, and the blog content was provided by Kernook… we hope you enjoyed it! See you next time, don’t forget to follow us on our social media and support our content!
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