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Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

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Reviewed by Kenny Flynn Hello, everyone! My name is Kenny Flynn and this is my first review of any game, so please be nice. I have been working tirelessly finding information on this game and hope that you like it. Zelda is easily noted for its very fluid gameplay, strong story line, great sounds and effects, but no game is perfect. It's true that Zelda has its flaws, but don't let them disrupt your gaming abilities.

Graphics 5 out of 5

Zelda's quick, fluid animation would be nowhere if it weren't for the 64-bit graphics. These graphics are so smoothly generated, that sometimes, even I have had to stop playing for about 10-20 minutes just to let my eyes get a rest and a drink of Visine for dryness.

Music and Sound 5 out of 5

Zelda's sound is just like being along for the ride. Just try hooking up surround sound and see if your lap, not to mention your lip, is dry after about 30 minutes. The sound is so full that when you hear a bomb explode, you think you're in a state of death after being blown up by it. Also, Link's "war cries" are so life-like that you often have to turn around to make sure Bruce Lee isn't back there.

Game Challenge 5 out of 5

What can I say? This game's challenge is great! As with most games, it's never is the same. But, it goes a step further, especially on the Water Temple. Just figuring that temple out is enough to make you lose train of thought and pride, not to mention, self-esteem. I do admit, though, that Gannon could have been a bit more engineered. But, who cares?! The rest of the game picks up for the weenie parts.

Game Play-Fun 5 out of 5

The enginuity of this game's replay value and overall "fun potential" is so highly stocked, it could actually have the replay of Final Fantasy 7. Even though these are two differently categorized games, might I note. At times, it does get frustrating, but you should never lose faith in yourself. But, you could just do what millions do each time they get a game: As soon as the newest strategy guide comes out for the game, buy it. But, that's the coward's way out.

Rumble Pak 3 out of 5

This is where the designers slacked off. The Rumble Pak should have been more efficiently used. I do admit, it comes in handy at those times when you're running around with nothing to do but kill time, but besides that, it has no other significance.


The only frustrating part basically was the Water Temple when I messed up and used all of my keys too early and couldn't go anywhere. Besides that, those annoying Peehuts are back with a vengeance and their kids. Also, Bombchu Bowling is one of the most pointless mini-games, but the prizes are pretty high respectably.

Replayability 5 out of 5

The replayability is great! As I said before, it's never the same twice. Even though you can't remember where all of the heart pieces are, that's one of the good parts!! I guess it might add a little frustration, but again, don't lose faith in yourself!! You'll eventually find them, hopefully.

Game Value 5 out of 5

Oh, heck yeah it was worth the price AND the wait! I think the wait actually helped the rising action into the frenzy to hurry and reserve it. I think the price was perfectly set at $53.99, where I live. At this price, it's even more the bustle to reserve it and pay an extra ten dollars.

Overall 5 out of 5

Overall, I think the game was very good. Very fluid gameplay helped along with the story line: filling in those little possible pot-holes and breaks in the story. Adding to the graphics, they aren't very hindered with the confusion of the camera angle, even though it gets in the way sometimes. But overall, I think this game runs a close tie with Final Fantasy 7 for the number one game of all time.

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