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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest

Console(s) - Gamecube/Nintendo 64
Publisher(s) - Nintendo
ESRB Rating - Everyone; Violence
SATB Rating - Jerome Only; Violence/Comical Maturity/Cucco Violence & Destruction
Grade - A+
Genere - RPG/Adventure/Action/Strategy/Partial Racing

With Metroid Prime and Super Mario Sunshine, Shigeru Miyamoto probably can't do much better until Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. However, that remark's just changed. To tide you over for the much anticipated Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for Gamecube, Nintendo has thrown in something extra. When you reserve Wind Waker, you'll get a remake from the classic Nintendo 64 hit, 1998's Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (the 5th Zelda Game out of 10 (not including The Wind Waker)). Incase you're unfamiliar with the story, in this priceless adventure, a young boy named Link must save Hyrule (country) from the king of evil, Ganondorf. He gets a magical ocarina and can warp through time. This game was, next to 1996's Super Mario 64, the best-selling title for the Nintendo 64. Because of this, most people who have N64s own it. But if you already have it, we still recomend getting the Gamecube remake. Incase you're unfamiliar with the news in the video game world, this is actually a two game disc, including the totally remixed Ocarina of Time Master Quest. The dungeons are harder, and it has some extra stuff. Plus, it has trailers for some other anticipated titles such as two games that have already been released: Metroid Prime and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past/Four Swords. Plus, trailers for upcomming games: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Wario World, 1080 Avalanche, and F-ZERO. So, uhhhhhhh... the SATB writers didn't think of an ending so, bye.

Some additional information you should know - In 1999, a few months after the Nintendo 64 Ocarina of Time, Dan Bilenker got the game. Since then, he hasn't beaten it yet and has only made it up to the fourth dungeon (keep in mind that this article was written in 2003). He spent 6 months on a simple mini quest, and, without the help of Webmaster Eye and Webmaster Die, he wouldn't have beated the game. In fact, we have a conversation between Dan and Webmaster Eye:
Dan: Okay, what should I do?
WE: Figure it out.
Dan: Dammit, I just lost a life. Could you beat this boss for me?
WE: Okay sure.


Dan: Woah! I can't belive I did that all by myself with no help from anyone!
1 1/2 years later, Dan gave away his N64 and all of his games. We strictly advise you to NOT do what Dan did. The end.
Dan gave away his N64 and all of his games