-nintendoeverything- Over 7 minutes of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D footage. (Gameplay)
I just finished Ocarina of time emulated on pc (And Goldeneye). It made me leave Bad Company 2 on Live gathering dust for about two weeks wich I normally play every night! Damn OOT is good. I can't wait to get my hands on the 3D version.
every nintendo Game makes you leave other non-nintendo games that's the circle of life :P
This is why I'm buying a 3DS. Platformers, dungeon crawlers, RPGS, they are all so well crafted and simplistic on the DS. I miss games like this.
consoles have such a sespool of genre diversity and originality and quantity portables are the best
gasp it looks exactly like the n64....no surprise there ill save the 250 and pull out my n64 and just play it there
Errr, exactly like the N64? Really?
sorry but if i wanna play Zelda OCC i'll play it on the n64....i was sick of the re-releases after the 2nd on the gamecube
But this ones on a handheld. I personally like it because I can finally play OoC in the bathroom
This game looks amazing Nintendo have done an amazing job in updating the graphics on this looks alot better then the N64 version shows off the power of the 3DS and I bet in 3D this game will be even better. Cant wait until it is out next month. I was all up for the NGP wipeing the floor with the 3DS as I was not a fan of the DS but after picking up a DS and seeing the games that are coming out for it its looking like Nintendo are still the top dogs when it comes to the hand held consoles.
This game is going to be magical on the 3DS. I should be picking one up around june or july when the good games start to really roll in.
"EXTREEM COOL" EDIT: What!? I now haz only one bubbles :(
All I keep thinking is I wish it was on a big screen. So the EPICness of it could be done justice. Instead it's on a tiny screen and therefore seems less important.
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