This game has been slightly (only very slightly) dumbed down. A good example is the water temples color coding. Other than that, the game was great. If the 3ds could lost that horrendous low contrast ghosting, the game would be great. Originally, I was going to beat master quest with only three hearts, then send it back for some lucky person to discover, but I think I'm going to keep it. 10 of 10, and looking forward to the release of Majora's Mask on the next 3ds.
posted by FrankWest1998 (LAKEWOOD, CO) Aug 15, 2011
Member since Aug 2011
The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina of time in 3D is an amazing game. The graphics and 3D is so much better and amazing. Gameplay is like the classic one, except you get a personal spot for you Ocarina. Collection still will make you scour the lands for Gold Skulletlas, Heart Pieces, Bigger Bomb Bags and more.
Plus, the story is still spot on and will keep you guessing throughout the game. Difficulty is not too easy, nor far too hard. So all in all, this is the best 3DS game yet, and a great addition to the Zelda franchise
posted by ryangroovy (NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR) Aug 15, 2011
Member since Aug 2011
What was considered by many to be the best game made is back, and better than ever!
The game has had it's Graphics updated, Motion Controls added, with a Boss Attack Mini-Game, all that, and an Directors Cut type of the game called, "Master's Quest", which is essentially a Mirror World, with the Dungeons wildly changed.
The Controls are just as smooth as they ever were, and even better in ways. You, instead of using the C-pad, can use the Touch-Screen!
The games Graphics are great, almost matching the Graphics of Twilight Princess. The 3D is also good, but it sometimes causes images to double-over, which can be annoying.
The Motion-Controls don't add much to the game, although it is a neat addition. You'll feel awesome if you pick off an enemy at a great distance with your Bow with the Motion-Controls on.
In the Boss-Attack Mini-Game, you go against almost each Boss of the game, but there's a catch; you have severely limited Health and Equipment. You can gain more by opening Treasure Chests, after defeating the Boss. However, you might end up with something useless.
All in all, this is the best all-around game on the 3DS so far, with tons of replayability value, great Graphics, smooth Controls, and an fairly good Story.