Nintendo has released an official trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D comparing the differences between the "normal" mode and Master Quest.
Master Quest is random, but i found it easier to beat? Dunno... Wait its mirrored this time? What Nintendo? xD Looks like they changed a lot more this time around.
I actually think making master quest mirrored is really smart. Anyone who says mirror doesnt add difficulty hasnt played mario kart.......
It doesn't really make it more difficult, it kinda messes with your sens of direction. But it only affects you when you know the place well enough. In mario kart it happens more often that you switch between two modes. Thus creating the mind-F effect. But yes I do think it will keep the MQ fresh after you played the normal mode.
the game is goood :) why am i getting dislikes
I'm afraid you'll have a hard time finding the other morons who agree with you. I'm going to troll re-raise: Ocarina of Time is better than Metal Gear Solid. Discuss.
Now you're comparing apples and bridges. Completely different things.
LMAO, he just changed his comment from "This game is poop" to "the game is good". TROLL FAIL.
Cant wait for this game.
you release this on the n64, redid it for the gamecube, did it for wii, and now porting it to the 3ds. yes, the game is good. Nintendo should reminiscent about the "good ol games" of yesteryear, but rather try to recreate that magic in a future release. but of course, since I am talking negatively about Nintendo and the whoring of a franchise, I must be a troll.
Released for 64* Rereleased for Gamecube* Rereleased on VC for Wii* Remake for 3DS* Of course there isn't much difference, and while I agree that the release on GCN was more like a release of an actual game (packaged and all), I won't compare that to them having it available to download on the Virtual Console for the Wii(because regardless, VC should have every game in my opinion) There has been remakes coming to the handhelds since GBA days. It's what they do to get people who liked the original to buy the "remake". GBA did that for a ton of Super Nintendo games (and SMB 1, 2, and 3), and while I agree it is slightly whoring, I love having my favorite games given some additions and put on a portable system. (Also, the Gamecube "Master Quest" version of the game was only released as a pre-order bonus for people who reserved Wind Waker. Was not put out for a retail release. I know Gamestop sells it used, but if you were including "Master Quest" in your "whoring" bit, I disagree because Nintendo never sold it.) But yeah, again I see where you're coming from.
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