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|État :||Très bon
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|Remarques du vendeur :||“Tested. Works.”|
|Genre:||Role Playing||Platform:||Nintendo 3DS|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States||Game Name:||The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D|
|Video Game Series:||The Legend of Zelda||Rating:||E10+ (Everyone 10+)|
|Features:||Action-adventure, Manual Included||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
Link's first foray in 3D is fittingly adapted to the 3DS platform as an enhanced remake of the classic Nintendo 64 game. Ocarina of Time 3D features the same storyline, locales, and action as in 1998's game, but with updated visuals, a touch-screen interface, and several other surprises. The graphics feature higher resolution textures, improved character models, as well as a shift from the original game's pre-rendered elements to 3D polygons.
The first-person camera that appears while aiming weapons like the slingshot or bow can be manipulated using either the Circle Pad or the system's built-in gyro sensor. You can now equip up to four items instead of three, and certain parts of the game have been reworked to minimize frustration. Also included is the "Master Quest," a more challenging version of the main game with redesigned dungeons. The Master Quest was previously available as part of a GameCube compilation disc for those who pre-ordered The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||99068504|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D|
|Rating||E10+ (Everyone 10+)|
|Region Code||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Rating||E10+ (Everyone 10+)|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes|
|Game Name Special Features||Experience one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time in stereoscopic 3D Features enhanced visuals, reworked areas, and a touch-screen interface Includes as a special bonus the challenging "Master Quest" mode|
|Game Name Series||The Legend of Zelda|
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A Good Remake
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was an OK game for the N64. I didn't really enjoy it too much and I didn't believe it deserved all the praise it got but it was a revolutionary title in the Zelda franchise. However, the Nintendo 3DS remake is a way better experience. The new visuals, gyroscope aiming, and inventory management really make this remake a whole lot better than the original. It sounds good, the controls are good, and the classic music throughout the game really sell it. The game also comes with the more challenging Master Quest, a version of the game that is mirrored, has different dungeon layout, and you take more damage. Master Quest takes a game that is mediocre in difficulty to 11. Even though it has all this good stuff there are a few gripes I still have and some new ones too. The horse race for Epona is still very challenging. If you just touch Ingo's horse, you slow down and it doesn't help that Ingo has infinite spurs. The other thing is how the inventory is handled. The actual inventory is good but I keep wanting to press START to go into it when you have to press a tab on the touch screen. My final complaint I will list is that the map is on the top screen on the corner when it can be on the bottom screen and be bigger and show more detail than the world map that is on the bottom screen. All in all if your a returning fan of Ocarina of Time or a new comer to the 3D Zelda scene or new to Zelda in general, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D is worth it.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : andyscollectibl...
Return to Hyrule in 3D
I have always been a fan of this Zelda installment. The graphics are better than the N64 version, since the 3DS has better operating system. The game designers have done a great job of using the duel screens to keep the action up top, and your items, lifemeter, money, and maps on the bottom screen. I'm a little torn about the 3D part. When using 3D, things look amazing. You will need to adjust the intensity to your comfort, and you do need to keep your face and the screen still. The problem comes when aiming your shooting weapons (slingshot, hookshot, and bow... that stuff). To adjust your aim you can tilt the 3DS unit to make the screen move (almost like turning your head to look out a window). Tilting the screen will cause the 3D screen to give a bad double image. So... you can aim old-school with the stick, or you need to turn off the 3D and tilt the unit. The tilt feature is awesome in 2D mode. Much faster and accurate the using the joystick. That is my only bad comment about the game. A bonus for game is having the Master Quest built in. Beat the original game, and unlock the Master Quest. In MQ the world has been mirrored (everything is opposite). Link is even right handed. The dungens are a lot harder, and you take damage a lot faster (always have a spare fairy in a bottle). Over all I'd highly recommend this game. If I could give 4 and a half stars I would. Enjoy!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : nationwidedistr...
The Legend enters the Third Dimension
It's not an easy thing, remaking such a beloved video game as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Is it even possible to improve upon a game that many already consider to be perfection? With The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, Nintendo proves it can be done. For those who have never experienced this classic game before, players are introduced to the young Hylian Link, who is forced to embark on a perilous journey to rescue the young Princess Zelda after she is kidnapped by the evil Ganondorf. Players must master the power of the legendary Ocarina of Time in order to chase this merciless villain and his royal prisoner into the dark, bleak future. While the story remains untouched, Nintendo has made a few dramatic improvements, the largest of which is to the game’s graphics. The game makes excellent use of the 3DS’ graphical processing power, allowing gamers to see the beauty of Hyrule in a whole new light. The 3DS capabilities of the console make this journey even more immersive. The already excellent boss battles truly come to life in full, glorious 3D. There is really nothing like watching an enemy’s arrow fly straight through your console’s screen, while dodging an ill-willed spear lunging straight towards you. Despite this exciting feature, gamers should use the 3D cautiously; playing for long periods of time can seriously hinder or blur your vision. In addition, the console’s gyroscope function can occasionally cause the view of the game to falter. Luckily, the circle pad can be used as an alternative to the gyroscope, which can quickly and easily be turned off. While Nintendo gave the graphics a complete overhaul, they left the legendary soundtrack virtually untouched, which once again proves their mastery of past and present. While I personally believe there is no such thing as a “bad Zelda game”, none of the franchise’s subsequent entries could match the fluidity of OoT’s excellent lock-on system, which returns untouched in this fantastic update, along with a much less irritating Navi. Of course gamers can expect the memorable cast of characters from the original OoT, alongside the original epic quest, which can take close to 30 hours to complete in its entirety. However, if that isn’t enough for you, Nintendo has packed in the “Master Quest”, a much more difficult version of the game, which unlocks at the end of your first playthrough. Whether you’re riding through Hyrule Field on Epona, or chasing Ganondorf through time with the power of the Ocarina, Nintendo proves that the game which defined an entire generation is still as fresh and entertaining as it was 13 years ago.
A great port of a great game.
This is a port and a port it shall be. I never thought Nintendo would go back to production and try creating a newer version of the classic. If you ask me, I'm glad they didn't. All I wanted was to play this game, which I love, in a handheld. Backseat of a car, at the buss stop, waiting in line at some appointment with my ophthalmologist; all glorious places now that I can proceed through the Ice cavern instead of going page to page in some meaningless magazine that probably tries to make me feel bad for not being a millionaire, good-looking or both. This works people, the analog stick lets you control link even better than you did with that bulky Nintendo 64 controller. The entire adventure is there to be experienced. And more, that bonus for lucky ones who could had pre-ordered Zelda Wind Waker—named Zelda Master Quest—is present and should be unlocked to anyone who finishes the game once. Good nostalgia pack with a few bonus, I'm sold. It all depends on how bad is your case of the disease. If nostalgia has got you pretty bad, yield and go to the nearest shop and make things right. If not, save for something better, it's just a port anyway. There'll probably be millions of them in a few years.
Zelda is Life!!
This was arguably the best game for the Nintendo 64 back in the day and it shows. This version is for the 3DS and 16 years after the original was released, it still holds up! The graphics have ben upgraded from the N64 version so it doesn't look so dated, but the gameplay is as I remembered it from my youth. The story takes place in the legendary land of Hyrule, you are Link - The Hero of Time... and the evil Ganondorf has captured the Triforce of Power. It is up to you to defeat the evil beast, reclaim the Triforce of Power and restore order to Hyrule once again! If you like Zelda or are just looking for a solid title for your 3DS, you cant go wrong with Ocarina of Time, there are plenty of Zelda titles but this one stands out as one of the best!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : mrjjygo