| The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
||Shigeru Miyamoto (producer/director)
||Derivative of Super Mario 64 engine
||4:3 Aspect ratio
November 21, 1998
November 23, 1998
December 18, 1998
November 28, 2002
February 17, 2003
May 3, 2003
February 23, 2007
February 26, 2007
February 27, 2007
PEGI: 7+ (GameCube), 12+ (Wii, Nintendo 3DS)
||Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube, iQue, Virtual Console, Nintendo 3DS
|Article on Zelda Wiki
||The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (ゼルダの伝説 時のオカリナ, Zeruda no Densetsu Toki no Ocarina), commonly abbreviated as OoT, is the fifth game in the The Legend of Zelda series. It was the first The Legend of Zelda title to feature 3D graphics, and the first of two Zelda titles for the Nintendo 64. It is often considered to be the best game in the Zelda franchise, and is even considered by many to be the best game of all time. The game was remade for Nintendo GameCube and Nintendo 3DS, the latter calling the remake The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D.
- Link's appearance is based on his appearance in Ocarina Of Time in both Super Smash Bros. and Super Smash Bros. Melee, his various costumes are based on the Goron, Zora and Kokiri tunic, as well as the white outfit from the original The Legend Of Zelda, and in "Brawl", Navi, is in The Subspace Emissary as well as in Link's side taunt.
- Ganondorf, Ganon's Gerudo form, that made it's first appearance in Ocarina Of Time, is featured in this in this game and appears as an unlockable character in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
- Sheik, Zelda's alter-ego in Ocarina of Time, is also a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Melee. They are the first inter-changeable characters within the Smash Bros series.
- Zelda also features her Ocarina of Time appearance as an alternate coloring in Brawl
- Young Link, one of the characters exclusive to Melee, is also modeled on his appearance in Ocarina of Time and has costumes and attacks similar to Link, but wields a Kokiri sword and Deku Shield.
- Hyrule Castle in Super Smash Bros. is based on the Ocarina of Time design, although it does incorporate elements from earlier games.
- Gerudo Valley, a stage in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, originated in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Specifically, the stage uses the design of Gerudo Valley from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D.
ReDeads, Like Like and Octoroks appear in Melee as enemies in Stage 3 of the Adventure Mode and occasionally inside crates.
Items such as Deku Nuts (from Brawl) and the Bunny Hood (Melee) debut in this game.
Additionally, Termina Field opens with Sun's Song from Ocarina of Time. However, Sun's Song was also at the beginning of the Termina Field track in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
All tracks apart from Gerudo Valley are remixed.
- Deku Baba: [Arm, Leg] Attack +4
- Deku Nut: [Specials: Indirect] Attack +4
- Epona & Link: [Arm, Leg] Attack +9
- Ganondorf: [Darkness] Attack +29
- Goron: [Arm] Attack +21
- Hookshot: [Weapon] Attack +4
- King Dodongo: [Flame] Attack +38
- King Zora: [Electric] Resistance +33
- Lon Lon Milk: Launch Power +18
- Ocarina Of Time: [Arm] Attack +4
- Octorok: [Leg] Attack +4
- Phantom Ganon: [Darkness] Attack +40
- ReDead: [Weapon] Attack +5
- Sheik: [Body, Spin] Attack +17
- Skull Kid: [Darkness] Attack +7
- Skulltula: [Arm] Attack +7
- Young Zelda: [Electric] Attack +20
- Zelda: [Flame] Resistance +18
- Zora: Launch Resistance +31
Ocarina of Time
screenshot as a Masterpiece
It is also available as a masterpiece in Brawl, alongside games such as Super Mario World and Donkey Kong. The game demo can be played for 5 minutes, and two files are available; One file as Young Link starting in the Kokiri Forest, and the other as Adult Link. A thing mentioned in Smash Bros. DOJO!! is that the player can call Epona as Adult Link if you play Epona's Song on the Ocarina.
It appears to allow the player to save their progress, but it obviously doesn't really do so--like all Masterpieces, any progress is immediately undone when the demo finishes.