Many of us at STACK remember the original The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Back in November 1998, the game was groundbreaking, both for its visuals and impressive gameplay. Now, fans can experience the classic original game with amazing 3D graphics.
Players once again travel through time with Link, the hero struggling to save the land of Hyrule and the Princess Zelda from the menacing villain Ganondorf. The game provides hours of entertainment for athletes looking for a breather between workouts and practices. Replay value is tremendous, as The Legend of Zelda offers several mini-quests and a new Master Quest option that opens up upon completion. Master Quest allows dedicated players to challenge themselves in a mirror-flipped world with all-new puzzles. And it all comes with an option to play in 3D, which takes the game to a whole new level.
Link's mission to save Zelda is like an athlete's dream of making it to the next level—it seems never-ending. But just as an athlete lives to pursue his or her goals, Zelda fans keep trying to save the legendary princess.
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