VG Tribune: When The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was first released for the Nintendo 64 in 1998, it changed the gaming landscape forever. Every action-adventure game released after it now had an unbeatable standard to live up to and players would continue to remember the intricacies of its memorable puzzles for years to come. So, how do you review a remake of a masterpiece? By analyzing the improvements said remake has over its already immaculate predecessor. For people reading this who have never played Ocarina of Time, the game is a 3D action-adventure with puzzle and exploration elements. You are Link, the Hero of Time, who has been fated to slay the evil king Ganondorf and save the beautiful Princess Zelda. You have a fairy, a horse, and a variety of unique items (such as the titular Ocarina of Time) that will assist you in your journey to rid evil from the kingdom of Hyrule. It's that simple.