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The Legend Of Zelda review. http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Shop CGR shirts & mugs! http://www.CGRstore.com The Legend Of Zelda review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of The Legend Of Zelda on the eShop for the Nintendo Wii U developed and published by Nintendo. All legends start somewhere. Originally released to the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987, this was the starting point for the most beloved legend in gaming—Nintendo’s masterful Legend of Zelda. The original game, though dated in many ways, has aged incredibly well. And most incredible of all is how much it truly has in common with later Zelda classics, like Ocarina of Time and Skyward Sword. Playing as the boy hero Link, players are sent off on their own in Hyrule, a massive open world that was truly unprecedented in video games 1987. There’s no direction or guidance given, and to conquer the evil plaguing this land, players must apply real-world logic and problem-solving skills. They must talk to the right people, find the right items and go to the right places. Either that or get a map. The Legend of Zelda is a single-player gaming masterpiece, and is now available on the Wii U’s eShop. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Legend Of Zelda on the eShop for the Nintendo Wii U and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Back to the Future: The Game: Episode Two: Get Tannen from Telltale Games, a downloadable game for the PlayStation 3 (PS3). Obviously, Episode Two chronicles the events after Episode One. Or is it the events before Episode One? Telltale has done a fantastic job of recreating the time-traveling tension of the movies. They create lots of timelines, and each has its own character. Every setting in Back to the Future is Hill Valley, California, but because each Hill Valley has its own unique characters and circumstances, it never feels like the same place. To put this into video game terms, it's a lot like how Majora's Mask felt very familiar to Ocarina of Time, but not similar. In fact, it's that very dynamic—playing on the player's expectations—that make Back to the Future: The Game such a compelling story. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Back to the Future: The Game: Episode Two: Get Tannen for the PS3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video feature on the top ten songs from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. In addition to being widely considered one of the greatest games ever released for a console, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time also features one of the industry's most celebrated and memorable soundtracks. From the simple ocarina melodies Link plays in his quest to the background music for the game's temples and villages, Ocarina of Time is a musical masterpiece. In this video feature, we name our ten favorite songs from Koji Kondo's groundbreaking Ocarina of Time soundtrack. This CGRundertow video feature contains video gameplay footage of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow fashion review of a promotional shirt for Tthe Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for the Nintendo 3DS. This shirt was delivered to the CGR base by a team of Bloopers and Cheep-Cheep from the offices of Nintendo themselves. Despite its annoying asymmetry, it's also a pretty sweet Zelda shirt. The shirt features the Ocarina of Time model of Link riding his famous pony Epona. We'd tell you what happens next, but that'd be a spoiler. And we can't have spoilers for 13 year old Nintendo 64 games. By the way, Derek thinks Ocarina of Time is the greatest game ever made, and although many critics agree, we still give him a hard time about it. This video review features fashion footage of a shirt based on the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D and wise fashion commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D from Grezzo and Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. The first major release for Nintendo's budding handheld, Ocarina of Time 3D is a 3D port of the classic 1998 original, widely considered one of the greatest games of all-time. This is more a refinement than a remake, as Ocarina of Time 3D preserves the core Ocarina experience and makes only the most necessary of adjustments. Hyrule hasn't changed at all in the last 13 years, but it does look an awful lot different...and that's what Ocarina of Time 3D is all about. This video review features video gameplay footage of the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Top ten Nintendo 3DS games of 2011 video feature. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video feature on the top ten Nintendo 3DS games of 2011. Although the system suffered a disappointing launch and a very slow period at retail, the Nintendo 3DS finally began to pick up steam toward the end of 2011. In fact, looking at it retrospectively, 2011 doesn't seem that bad for the 3DS. Until you remember there wasn't anything to play on it for the first eight months. But as Derek says in this feature, let's let bygones and bygones. This video feature features video gameplay footage of Star Fox 64 3D, the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, Mario Kart 7, Pushmo and Super Mario 3D Land for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest from Nintendo for the Nintendo GameCube. After Ocarina of Time changed the world in 1998, Nintendo began working on an add-on for the game that used the 64DD, a disk drive peripheral that expanded the storage capabilities of the Nintendo 64. Using that attachment, Nintendo began working on Ura Zelda, a more challenging version of the original Ocarina of Time. Unfortunately, the 64DD was a commercial failure, and Ura Zelda was never released. But just a few years later, it managed to take off the iron boots and float to the surface in the form of this — the Master Quest version of Ocarina of Time. This video review features video gameplay footage of Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest for the Nintendo GameCube and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time from Nintendo for the Nintendo GameCube. This version of Ocarina of Time was released in 2003 as a free pre-order gift with the new Zelda game The Wind Waker. What makes this a nice port is the GameCube. Nintendo's purple cube cleans up the muddiness that was characteristic of even the best-looking Nintendo 64 games. The resolution was upped, which gives everything a clearer and sharper look, and the game even supports 480p for those with HD TVs and component cables. Hyrule was a gorgeous place in 1998, and although the textures and models do look dated, the art and presentation look better than ever. This video review features video gameplay footage of the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo GameCube and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Wonder Boy in Monster World review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Wonder Boy in Monster World, part of Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World for XBox Live Arcade. Oh, the difference one word makes. And, well, a couple more iterations of the game itself. This is the fifth Monster World game, though even it would refuse to tell you so, and it revisits the basic mechanics of Wonder Boy in Monster Land, but with all the grindy arcade bits taken out for you. How convenient! Sporting an overhauled inventory and magic system, bigger bosses, cuter sprites, and the occasional ocarina lesson, Wonder Boy in Monster World shows us just how much more interesting stuff you can pack into 8 more bits. This video review features video gameplay footage of Wonder Boy in Monster World for XBox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Classic Game Room presents a CGR Packaging Review of THE LEGEND OF ZELDA OCARINA OF TIME for the Nintendo 64. This RPG adventure masterpiece on the N64 is beloved by many and represented with a strong, simple and classy piece of artwork. Golden packaging, bold text and the sword leap out at the viewer clearly identifying the game as a serious yet fun piece of work. Less is more and nowhere is that better shown than with the clever Ocarina of Time box art and N64 cartridge design.
Classic Game Room reviews THE LEGEND OF ZELDA OCARINA OF TIME 3D for Nintendo 3DS by Nintendo. The epic adventure starring Link returns with improved visuals, refined graphics, 3D graphics and new controls for the handheld 3DS. Those who beat the game can enjoy it in a whole new way with the Master Quest mode and don't forget to learn to play the ocarina on the touch screen! This CGR video review of The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D on Nintendo 3DS has Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D gameplay from the Nintendo 3DS showing Zelda game play in HD action.
Classic Game Room reviews The Legend of ZELDA OCARINA OF TIME 3D packaging for the Nintendo 3DS, the 3D version of Ocarina of Time. The gold Nintendo 3DS packaging is reminiscent of the original Nintendo 64 version with its gold coloring, red lettering and striking blue and silver shield.