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Release dates: US, Nov 23rd 1998 , UK, Dec 03rd 1998 , Jap , Nov 21st 1998.
System: N64

Return to the world of Hyrule in the fifth game of the Legend of Zelda series. Released in 1998, this game had been in production for many years, and quickly sold more than a million copies in the US alone. Taking full advantage of the Nintendo 64's graphical abilities, combined with the famous gameplay of past Zelda games, this is most a title that anyone, RPG fan or not, will not want to miss.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is without question the greatest videogame ever.  Zelda: Ocarina of Time has 9 dungeons, numerous places to explore, as well as several mini games that reward you with a piece of heart or some other item needed to complete your quest. Hyrule in Zelda: Ocarina of Time is very large, and the graphics are as good if not better than those of any other Nintendo 64 game. The dungeons are equally detailed with challenges in almost every room. The difficulty level of the game is good. The game is not too hard, but it's not so easy that you will beat it in just a few days without some kind of strategy guide.    

The controls of the game are great. When you hit a button, Link immediately responds to it, there's never the case of hitting a button and getting killed because Link didn't respond fast enough.  Another new feature to the game is Z-Targeting, which allows you to press the Z-button and lock onto a character in the game, keeping them in constant view.  Z-Targeting is especially useful during battles and should be incorporated into other Nintendo 64 games. Another nice tough is that if you have a rumble pack, when you hit a wall or tree with your sword, you will feel it, and when you ride Epona, you will feel every footstep the horse takes.

In Zelda: Ocarina of Time, it is almost impossible to get bored. If you don't feel like looking for the next dungeon, you can always hunt for Gold Skulltulas, and by defeating these Gold Skulltulas, you can get rewarded at the House of Skulltula with either special items or the ability to carry more rupees. You can also play the numerous mini games that you find in the towns. Usually playing these and winning rewards you with a piece of heart. Other things to do are sell the masks that the mask shop carries, trade a series of items so that eventually you will obtain Biggoron's Sword, just explore the land of Hyrule, or even spend time playing the Fishing Game. This is the most fun mini game in Zelda: Ocarina of Time. If you have a rumble pack you can feel the fish biting your line, and if you catch a fish large enough, you can get a piece of heart or the gold scale.

The bosses of the dungeons in Zelda: Ocarina of Time are great. They are large, very detailed, and each requires a special strategy in order to be defeated, such as Volgagia, who can be defeated by being hit in the head with the Megaton Hammer when he pops out of a hole in the ground.   None of the bosses are overly difficult, but at least the first time through the game, none of them are extremely easy either.

The only major improvement that can be made to Zelda: Ocarina of Time is that aside from the dungeons, there weren't very many enemies. While exploring Hyrule, the only enemies ever encountered during the daytime are a few Peahats, and an occasional Octorok or Tektike. At night, all there is to fight are those annoying skeletons.  Inside the dungeons, however, there are enemies in nearly every room. Sometimes defeating every enemy in a room will give you a key or a treasure chest will appear with an important item in it.  Although there could be more enemies in the dungeons, the enemies present provide at least some challenge.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in unquestionably the best videogame ever. The other games that have been called great (Super Mario 64, Final Fantasy VII) are great games, but are not even close to Zelda. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time combines graphics, music, sound effects, play control, and storyline like no previous game has. It appears that the only game that can possibly top Zelda: Ocarina of Time is the upcoming game, Zelda, majoras mask (or mask of Mujula, also for N64.

Did you know that The legend of zelda ocarina of time is in the guiness book of records for the most advanced orders for a vedeo game ever? more that 325,000 US gamers made a preorder of this game to ensure that they recived thier copy as soon as it arrived in the stores on 23rd November 1998 (UK December 03rd 1998)

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