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Nintendo The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is 20 years old today, update - retrospective article from "The Guardian"

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The Water Temple was the bane of my existence as a 10 year old; never played OoT past it as a result.

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5 minutes ago, Chris- said:

The Water Temple was the bane of my existence as a 10 year old; never played OoT past it as a result.

 

It's a biatch even for a 37yr old. 

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As much as OOT will always hold a special place in my heart, MM is still a better game.  It's a little disheartening seeing how many ITT marginalize it, (apparently) without having played it.

 

Completely recycling OOT content is a somewhat valid critique, but if that's the only gripe, then I'd really have to wonder how much time was spent with the game.  

 

I replayed OOT (3DS version) a year or so ago, and was amazed by how strongly the game and the nostalgia sucked me back in.  It really is a marvel, in finding and maintaining a Zelda balance that very very few games since then have found.  WW fell short with some strong mechanics issues, TP wound up feeling like a wholehearted next-gen OOT, SS couldn't actively pushing/guiding you...and as much as I loved BotW, I really felt the dungeon itch on more than a few occasions, particularly after finishing that game's variants of the Zelda dungeons.

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