Zelda Games Derry NH
Time for more Games You Should Have Played. We’re not playing around anymore (so to speak). It’s time to get all Zelda on your heinies as I’m bringing out my favorite game ever, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Once more, no excuses. Originally released on the N64, later ported to the GameCube in the Master Quest pack and then again in the Collections Edition with the first two Zelda games on the NES and Majora’s Mask. Currently it’s on the Virtual Console.
You’re not spending more than $15 on this game no matter how you slice it, and for a game that consistently tops lists of Best Video Games Ever , that’s a deal. Any time the game isn’t #1, it’s only because the list-maker doesn’t want to give the same answer everyone else gives. Doesn’t matter, Best Game lists only go as high as #2 anyway, because #1 is always taken by this game.
The Gold Standard
Personally I advise finding the original Gold Cartridge edition of the game since a few things get changed in later versions, such as the Fire Temple’s music and blood’s color going from red to green. Not huge, but I likes me some HARDCORE!
Really though, any version is going to deliver in every way possible and here’s why: Z Targeting.
There are two worlds. The world before Z Targeting, and the world after Z Targeting. I refuse to live in the former. Z Targeting refers to clicking the Z button of the N64 controller to lock onto an enemy or an item, allowing you to strafe around them. This is how a 3D space works in an adventure game. A lot of games seem to forget that this is the standard for how to play a game. Super Mario Bros decided that platformers go from left to right; Ocarina of Time decided that 3D adventure games need a targeting system that actually works.
Perfection is an Understatement
Storytelling and pacing in Ocarina are perfect. But no one makes you play through just the story. You can go do all sorts of side quests. That’s the beauty of the game. I can spend a day searching for Gold Skulltulas, planting beans, finding Heart Pieces, earning rupees, and I won’t even go NEAR the story.
Everything makes for a great experience. Link, the hero (you should know this), goes about his journey to save the land of Hyrule. At ...
- The original classic now on Gameboy Advance.
- Plan an ideal path through Skyloft and beyond with guidance from fully labeled maps of the game
- Make the most out of every item and reward, and learn how to upgrade your equipment to optimize
- Master impressive combat tactics to vanquish every fiendish new enemy and conquer every boss battle.
- Check off Heart Containers and collectibles as you pick them up to ensure that you don't miss a
- Discover the tips and strategies for finding all secrets, mini games and special areas.
- Comes with 3 pieces that cover the front and inside of your Nintendo 3DS XL, DOES NOT cover the screen
- Non permanent adhesive backing that allows you to simply peel off the skins with no sticky residue
- Scratch resistant protective shield made out of high-quality vinyl
- Personalize your 3DS XL with this printed design vinyl decal skin sticker
Dates: 5/28/2013 - 5/28/2013
Games for Health Conference 2013
Dates: 6/26/2013 - 6/26/2013
Boston Festival of Indie Games
Dates: 9/14/2013 - 9/14/2013
Dates: 10/14/2013 - 10/14/2013