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Everyone who played this game was left in awe. This is the game that really made this series a legend. With the perfect representation of how 3D games worked on the Nintendo 64, this game had everything a gamer wants.

Story Edit

The boy who never had a fairy, Link, was ready for one. The Deku Tree tells him to go on a quest to save Hyrule and meet Zelda. Zelda then gives him a
Ganonoo
new quest to get the spiritual stones and open the Door of Time so that they can use the Master Sword and defeat Ganondorf. After pulling the sword, he is put into a deep sleep and allows Ganondorf to take the Triforce. Ganondorf was not worthy of the power it gave though. Therefore, the Triforce split into three parts by fate and given to Zelda, Ganondorf, and Link. When Link wakes up, he is met by Sheik and becomes aware of his next job to free the world from evil and awaken the sages.

Strangely, the ending is shown as one ending but actually has three.

Gameplay Edit

You have a sword, a shield, and some C items, including the Ocarina of Time.

Swords

Other Releases Edit

  • Ocarina of Time 3D
  • Master Quest
  • Zelda Collector's Edition
  • Ocarina of Time/ Majora's Mask Combo Pack
Ocarina of Time

Songs Edit

  • Zelda's Lullaby
  • Epona's Song
  • Saria's Song
    Ocarina
  • Sun's Song
  • Song of Time
  • Song of Storms
  • Minuet of Forest
  • Bolero of Fire
  • Serenade of Water
  • Nocturne of Shadow
  • Reqiuem of Spirit
  • Prelude of Light
  • Scarecrow's Song

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