History VideoGame / TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOftime

12th Aug '16 9:37:10 AM kome360
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* TimeyWimeyBall: The Master Sword allows you to travel back in time. Sometimes you actually ''can'' change the past from the future (such as Heart Pieces and other collectibles), other times you can't. One plot event ''depends'' on creating a StableTimeLoop. Eiji Aonuma confirms that the time travel at the end of the game created a [[AlternateTimeline split timeline]] explicitly because Link changed things.

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* TimeyWimeyBall: The Master Sword allows you to travel back in time. Sometimes you actually ''can'' change the past from the future (such as Heart Pieces and other collectibles), other times you can't. One plot event ''depends'' on creating a StableTimeLoop. Eiji Aonuma confirms that the time travel at the end of the game created a [[AlternateTimeline split in the timeline]] explicitly because Link changed things.used Back To The Future-based time travel; one timeline where Link returned to the past (and arrested Ganondorf, altering a fixed event), one timeline where Link disappeared to the first timeline (thereby altering only flux events), and one timeline ''where he disappeared from past and present'' (a logical interim timeline between existing in the present and then using time travel to exist in the past). These three timelines have their own sequels.
2nd Aug '16 11:29:07 PM Sammettik
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* CallForward:
** A castle guard says "KEEP IT A SECRET FROM EVERYONE," not unlike the friendly Moblin in the first game.
** At one point, Mido says "Grumble, grumble..." an infamous line uttered in the first game at a frustrating GuideDangIt moment.
** The Sages and Mido are named after the towns from ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''. The same game is also the source of Volvagia[[note]]The ''Zelda II'' version was originally [[SpellMyNameWithAnS translated as Barba]], but the Japanese version and the ''Collector's Edition'' release use Volvagia[[/note]], Dark Link, and Iron Knuckles (which are used instead of the Darknuts used in 2D games other than the second game as well as later 3D games).
** In the remake, the Happy Mask Salesman has the masks that were attached to his pack in ''Majora's Mask''.
** In the remake, when you visit the bedroom of Lon Lon Ranch, you can see on the wall some of Malon's paper drawings. One of them is [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening Marin]].
** In the remake, Impa's house has a book on the table that resembles the Book of Mudora from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]''.



* MythologyGag:
** A castle guard says "KEEP IT A SECRET FROM EVERYONE," not unlike the friendly Moblin in the first game.
** At one point, Mido says "Grumble, grumble..." an infamous line uttered in the first game at a frustrating GuideDangIt moment.
** The Sages and Mido are named after the towns from ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''. The same game is also the source of Volvagia[[note]]The ''Zelda II'' version was originally [[SpellMyNameWithAnS translated as Barba]], but the Japanese version and the ''Collector's Edition'' release use Volvagia[[/note]], Dark Link, and Iron Knuckles (which are used instead of the Darknuts used in 2D games other than the second game as well as later 3D games).
** In the remake, the Happy Mask Salesman has the masks that were attached to his pack in ''Majora's Mask''.
** In the remake, when you visit the bedroom of Lon Lon Ranch, you can see on the wall some of Malon's paper drawings. One of them is [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening Marin]].
** In the remake, Impa's house has a book on the table that resembles the Book of Mudora from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]''.
31st Jul '16 2:53:53 AM jameygamer
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* DudeWheresMyReward: For every ten of the first fifty Gold Skulltulas you find, you get a significant reward. For finding the ''other'' fifty, a task that requires you to scour every nook and cranny in the land, you get... money. By that time you'll essentially have done everything in the game that requires money anyway.

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* DudeWheresMyReward: For every ten of the first fifty Gold Skulltulas you find, you get a significant reward.reward [[note]] In order, they are the Adult's Wallet, which ups your bank limit from 99 to 200 (you will need this wallet for several purchases such as the final Magic Bean, which is priced at 100 Rupees), the Stone/Shard of Agony (for finding secrets), the Giant's Wallet that ups the bank to the cap of 500 Rupees (once you have this and the max amount, money shouldn't be too big an issue for the rest of the game), Bombchus (which you can already have and won't need until the Spirit Temple), and one of the 36 Pieces of Heart, meaning killing at least 50 Gold Skulltulas is required to max out your health [[/note]]. For finding the ''other'' fifty, a task that requires you to scour every nook and cranny in the land, you get... money. By that time you'll essentially have done everything in the game that requires money anyway.
31st Jul '16 2:41:48 AM jameygamer
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* BittersweetEnding: You manage to defeat Ganondorf and restore peace to Hyrule, but a lot of people are lost in the future. Ruto, Darunia and Saria become Sages and their friends and loved ones mourn their absence. Zelda says goodbye to Link and sends him back to the past; while this fortunately means that this timeline's Hyrule will be protected from Ganondorf thanks to Link thwarting his plans before he even puts them intp place, that timeline has its own bittersweetness: Navi leaves Link once sent back to the Temple of Time; and the Great Deku Tree remains dead. The final scene of the game is Young Link entering Zelda's courtyard and her pleased expression at seeing him.

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* BittersweetEnding: You manage to defeat Ganondorf and restore peace to Hyrule, but a lot of people are lost in the future. Ruto, Darunia and Saria become Sages and their friends and loved ones mourn their absence. Zelda says goodbye to Link and sends him back to the past; while this fortunately means that this timeline's Hyrule will be protected from Ganondorf thanks to Link thwarting his plans before he even puts them intp into place, that timeline has its own bittersweetness: Navi leaves Link once sent back to the Temple of Time; and the Great Deku Tree remains dead. The final scene of the game is Young Link entering Zelda's courtyard and her pleased expression at seeing him.
31st Jul '16 2:24:04 AM jameygamer
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** In the Bottom of the Well, the Lens of Truth lies within, and is necessary for navigating the Shadow Temple.

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** In the Bottom of the Well, the Lens of Truth lies within, and is necessary for navigating the Shadow Temple.Temple and reaching the Spirit Temple [[note]] Technically, you only need to explore about 5% of the well to proceed; all one has to do to reach Deadhand, who has the Lens, is go to the back of the primary hallway in the dungeon and plays Zelda's Lullaby, them come back to a pit at the entrance; once one has the Lens, they can either stay and try to find three Gold Skulltulas (who are behind locked doors), or leave right there [[/note]].
31st Jul '16 2:07:38 AM jameygamer
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* YouAlreadyChangedThePast: The keeper of the windmill hut says that a kid ruined his hut with the song of storms. He then teaches you the song the kid used, and you go back in time and use it to wreck his hut...

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* YouAlreadyChangedThePast: The keeper of the windmill hut says that a kid ruined his hut with the song of storms. He then teaches you the song the kid used, and you go back in time time, realize said kid is you, and use it the song to wreck his hut...hut [[note]] This is required to get into the Bottom of the Well and retrieve the Lens of Truth, which is needed to have a reasonable chance of progressing through the Shadow Temple and then needed to even reach the Spirit Temple[[/note]]...
31st Jul '16 2:04:14 AM jameygamer
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* WarpWhistle: Adult Link learns six songs that teleport him to various places throughout Hyrule. They also double as an EscapeRope in the sense that they will even work when played inside a dungeon.

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* WarpWhistle: Adult Link learns six songs that teleport him to various places throughout Hyrule. They also double as an EscapeRope in the sense that they will even work when played inside a dungeon.dungeon (they won't work in boss rooms because the player is barred from using the ocarina at all when in a boss room).
31st Jul '16 2:02:14 AM jameygamer
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** Ganondorf has one of these after the first round of his final battle with Link. After he's defeated and his castle collapses around him while Link, Zelda, and Navi escape, he [[DynamicEntry bursts out of the rubble]] in a rage. He then uses the Triforce of Power [[OneWingedAngel to change into the feral, dual-sword-welding, boar-like Ganon]]. His breakdown continues even after he reverts back to his human form as he angrily vows revenge against Link, Zelda, and the sages as they imprison him in the Sacred Realm.

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** Ganondorf has one of these after the first round of his final battle with Link. After he's defeated and his castle collapses around him while Link, Zelda, and Navi escape, he [[DynamicEntry bursts out of the rubble]] in a rage. He then uses the Triforce of Power [[OneWingedAngel to change into the feral, dual-sword-welding, dual-sword-wielding, boar-like Ganon]]. His breakdown continues even after he reverts back to his human form as he angrily vows revenge against Link, Zelda, and the sages as they imprison him in the Sacred Realm.
31st Jul '16 1:59:26 AM jameygamer
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The game had a [[VideoGameRemake remake]] produced by Grezzo for the Nintendo3DS, titled ''The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D'', which updated the visuals and controls, but left the story, music[[note]]save for a newly orchestrated piece over the porting team's half of the end credits[[/note]], world, and even some of the [[AscendedGlitch glitches and bugs]] intact. The ''Master Quest'' version of dungeons was also an unlockable in the 3DS remake- this time adding an extra twist by flipping the entire game world horizontally, in the tradition of the Wii version of ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]''.

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The game had a [[VideoGameRemake remake]] produced by Grezzo for the Nintendo3DS, titled ''The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D'', which updated the visuals and controls, but left the story, music[[note]]save for a newly orchestrated piece over the porting team's half of the end credits[[/note]], world, and even some of the [[AscendedGlitch glitches and bugs]] intact. The ''Master Quest'' version of dungeons was also an unlockable in the 3DS remake- remake[[note]] It's unlocked once one game of classic ''Ocarina of Time'' is completed and Ganon is defeated [[/note]]- this time adding an extra twist by flipping the entire game world horizontally, in the tradition of the Wii version of ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]''.
29th Jul '16 5:33:28 PM Adept
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* EasterEgg: In the remake, one of the rooms of the Thieves' Hideout (specifically, the one that is above the room closest to the cell you are thrown into if you are caught) contains a poster of the Link from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]]'' behind two crates. Similar posters can be found on the wall of the Bombchu Shop in Hyrule Castle Town, and in the bedroom at Lon Lon Ranch as an adult.

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* EasterEgg: EasterEgg:
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In the remake, one of the rooms of the Thieves' Hideout (specifically, the one that is above the room closest to the cell you are thrown into if you are caught) contains a poster of the Link from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]]'' behind two crates. Similar posters can be found on the wall of the Bombchu Shop in Hyrule Castle Town, and in the bedroom at Lon Lon Ranch as an adult.adult.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6XMKtjtvaM There is a disturbing and downright depressing easter egg]]. After retrieving the Ocarina of Time from the castle's moat a telepathic message from Princess Zelda tells you to go to the Temple of Time. Just in case you don't understand this message, there is a guard in one of Hyrule Castle Town's back alleys who was supposed to give you the same message. For most players this is unnecessary so they never even look for him, but if you do you'll find the guard, hear his message, then see him die. Most players never knew he was there, so the majority of the time [[DownerEnding he'll die without ever completing his mission and without any hope that Princess Zelda or Hyrule can be saved]].



* RottenEasterEgg: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6XMKtjtvaM There is a disturbing and downright depressing easter egg]]. After retrieving the Ocarina of Time from the castle's moat a telepathic message from Princess Zelda tells you to go to the Temple of Time. Just in case you don't understand this message, there is a guard in one of Hyrule Castle Town's back alleys who was supposed to give you the same message. For most players this is unnecessary so they never even look for him, but if you do you'll find the guard, hear his message, then see him die. Most players never knew he was there, so the majority of the time [[DownerEnding he'll die without ever completing his mission and without any hope that Princess Zelda or Hyrule can be saved]].
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