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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - Nintendo 64 (N64) - Reproduction Cart w/ Custom Mini Box and Manual - CrebbaTECH

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - Nintendo 64 (N64) - Reproduction Cart w/ Custom Mini Box and Manual

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Clay Fighter Sculptor's Cut - Nintendo 64 (N64) - Reproduction Cart w/ Custom Mini Box and Manual

 

 

 

 

Description:

Game is brand new and tested to work. This is a reproduction cart. Comes in a custom mini box.

"The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time[a] is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. It was first released in Japan and North America in November 1998, and in Europe and Australia the following month. Originally developed for the 64DD peripheral,[9] the game was instead released on a 256-megabit (32-megabyte) cartridge, the largest-capacity cartridge Nintendo produced at that time. Ocarina of Time is the fifth game in the Legend of Zelda series, and the first with 3D graphics. It was followed by a direct sequel, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask in 2000, and its planned 64DD expansion title Ura Zelda became the GameCube's Master Quest. In Ocarina of Time, the player controls the playable character Link in the land of Hyrule. Link sets out on a quest to stop Ganondorf, king of the Gerudo tribe, from obtaining the Triforce, a sacred relic that grants the wishes of its holder. He travels through time and navigates various dungeons to awaken the sages, who have the power to seal Ganondorf away forever. Music plays an important role: To progress, the player must learn to play several songs on an ocarina. The game was responsible for increased interest in and sales of the instrument.[10] Ocarina of Time's gameplay introduced features such as a target-lock system and context-sensitive buttons that have since become common in 3D adventure games.[11][12] In Japan, more than 820,000 copies were sold in 1998, making it the tenth best-selling game of that year.[13]" - Wikipedia

Why buy a reproduction cart?

Why not? Here are some great reasons:

  • These repros play identical to the original game but use all new parts, so you're guaranteed many, many years of enjoyment without it breaking down. Original games are generally 'well used' and may or may not last very long. Plus generally require a lot of cleaning, and who knows if the board has started to corrode inside that game shell?
  • New batteries for game saves (where applicable) mean you're not going to lose your saved game anytime soon.
  • They look almost identical to the original games, so you can proudly display them in your collection.
  • Cost much less than the original games




Condition Notes:

Brand new cartridge, box and manual reproductions.