This is the Ocarina that I got with the ocarina edition of Ocarina of Time 3DS!
Check out the Skyward Sword Easter egg I found in OoT 3D!
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My first reaction to Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
New Ocarina of Time 3D commercial with Robin Williams and his daughter, Zelda — yes, she is named after the Nintendo series’ princess, so it’s all very appropriate.
Wow, Robin Williams’ beard is very impressive. That apartment looks killer, too, but it’s all fake!
Preorder: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
See also: Our Ocarina of Time 3D preview
[Via Player’s Pulse]
RUMOR: A French website by the name of Le Mag Jeux Video have obtained what would appear to be collectors edition items for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for the 3DS. You’ve got a wood looking stylus (obviously it isn’t going to be wood, but it’s patterned as such) and a plastic Ocarina which bears the Ocarina of Time 3D logo on it. The ocarina also has little letters to indicate the note of each of them.
Looks better than most of the fakes that simply change the color and add a logo to their launch 3DS.
Got stuck in Ocarina of Time the first time on the N64?
Much like the “Super Guide” for New Super Mario Wii, Ocarina of Time 3D has a feature called “Visions” which seems to be a better approach for a puzzle game like The Legend of Zelda. Instead of literally walking you through the level, if you find yourself stuck you can opt to use a “Vision” and a short video will play to help you get through it, without showing the player exactly what to do.
The most important thing to note about this system is that it isn’t a straightforward guide of exactly what to do to solve a puzzle or access a new area of the game. It’s a nifty little hint system, that will guide lost players back on the course of the game, while still offering the satisfaction of having completed a puzzle when they manage to get past the area they were stuck on. [source]
Sheik in Ocarina of Time 3D
In stores June 19
The Master Quest in Ocarina of Time had a few remixed puzzles and challenges.
The Master Quest in Ocarina of Time 3D will not only have revamped puzzles and dungeons, but every enemy does twice the damage, and the entire world is mirrored.
I think this will be pretty disorienting, as anyone who has played both the Wii and GameCube versions of Twilight Princess can tell you.
Remember how Iwata said Ocarina of Time 3D would be crammed with new and interesting things? Well we’ve got confirmation of at least one new mode known as Boss Challenge. As you may guess from the name this mode allows you “to face any of the previous Bosses they have defeated once again, or, the option to face and confront them one-by-one, all in a continuous battle.” This feature is unlocked when you “reach a certain point within the game,” but we’re not sure what that point is. [source]