- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 26th Feb 2007 (USA), 1,000 points
- 23rd Feb 2007 (UK/EU), 1,000 points
- 27th Feb 2007 (JPN), 1,200 points
- 11th Dec 1998 (UK/EU)
- 21st Nov 1998 (JPN)
- 23rd Nov 1998 (USA)
Wii U eShop
- 2nd Jul 2015 (UK/EU), £8.99
- 2nd Jul 2015 (USA), $9.99
- Legend of Zelda
- Controller Support
- Classic, Gamecube
Wii U eShop / N64
A classic for any time
There's little remaining to say that hasn't already been said about The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. A true masterpiece and a genuine game-changer; what was once revolutionary is today simply one of the greatest action/adventure games ever created. Now available to download from the Wii U eShop, this latest release...
Just in time
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time did for the Zelda series what Super Mario 64 did for the Super Mario Bros. series. It successfully brought one of the most beloved game series in video game history into the magical new world of 3-D gaming. And not only that, but it added tons of amazing new game play ideas to a game that was already...
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About The Game
Released to an eager audience in 1998, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time became an instant smash and quickly established itself as one of the greatest games ever made.
As legendary hero Link, you must journey across Hyrule, and even through time itself, to thwart the plans of Ganondorf. You'll wield weapons and gadgets, battle enormous bosses and solve brain-busting puzzles, which are among the best ever seen in the Zelda series.
Ocarina of Time brilliantly adapted the 2D, top-down style of classic Zelda adventures into 3D, becoming a textbook example of game design that is still followed today.
But the appeal of 'Ocarina' lies not only in its cinematic visuals or groundbreaking combat system; it also impresses with its epic storyline, memorable characters, superbly designed dungeons and rich variety of gameplay. Quite simply, it's a masterpiece!