The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

North American Box Art

Developer Nintendo
Publisher Nintendo
Platform Nintendo 64
Release Date(s) 1998
Genre Action-Adventure
Rating (E) Everyone


[edit] Plot

The player finds himself first deep inside the Kokiri Forest where special children who are accompanied by fairies live and never grow older; however, there is one boy without a fairy. At the commencement of the game, Link discovers for the first time his personal fairy, who is named Navi. She and Link go to meet the great Deku Tree, and it is inside this massive tree that young Link finds his first adventure. After defeating all the enemies within the Deku Tree, Link goes on to help the Gorons (a breed of people who live near fire and are especially good at making bombs) by ridding them of the enemies that reside within Dodongo's Cavern. And finally, Young Link goes inside the belly of a fish in order to find and save Ruto, the Princess of the Zora. After completing each of these quests, Young Link goes to Hyrule castle with his three pendants to save Princess Zelda and her father from the Gerudo Theif Ganondorf. Link is too late, however, Ganondorf chases Princess Zelda out of Hyrule Castle. But using the three stones he received from his previous adventures, along with the Ocarina of Time bestowed upon him by Princess Zelda, Link enters the Temple of Time in order to fight Ganondorf's evil forces. However, Link was deceived by Ganondorf. And instead of Link obtaining the Triforce, which he intended to do, Ganondorf fooled him and thus took control of Hyrule. Link awakens seven years in the future to find the land of Hyrule in ruin. Rauru, the sage of the Light Temple, tells Link what he must do. He must search out and find the other five sages, and thus use their power to defeat Ganondorf once and for all.

[edit] Characters

Ocarina of Time is filled with many diverse characters; here are a few notable names:

There are others, such as enemies like the Skulltula and The Poe, but they aren't staple characters.

[edit] Items And Equipment

Throughout the game, Link discovers many items and weapons to aid him in his quest to save Hyrule. This section gives the name of the item, its uses, and the location you can find it:

[edit] Bosses

The bosses in Ocarina in Time are tough, but if you figure out their patterns and expose their weaknesses they become much easier. Here is a guide to help you out:

[edit] Enemies

Here is a list of the enemies you will encounter in this game:

[edit] Music

Music plays a key part in the game and can be played by using the Ocarina:

[edit] Interesting Links

[edit] Trivia

  • In 2014, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time tied with Super Mario 64, in a voting event hosted on Neoseeker, as The Greatest Game of All Time.

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