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Music Content: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Image The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time​ is an action-adventure video game developed by Nintendo's Entertainment Analysis and Development division for the Nintendo 64 video game console. It was released in Japan on November 21, 1998; in North America on November 23, 1998; and in Europe on December 11, 1998. Originally developed for the Nintendo 64DD peripheral, the game was instead released on a 256-megabit cartridge, which was 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 two years after its release by the sequel The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.

The player controls the series' trademark hero, 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. Link travels through time and navigates various dungeons to awaken sages who have the power to seal Ganondorf away forever. Music plays an important role—to progress, the player must learn to play and perform several songs on an ocarina. The game was responsible for generating an increased interest in and rise in sales of the ocarina.

Ocarina of Time's gameplay system introduced features such as a target lock system and context-sensitive buttons that became common elements in 3D adventure games. In Japan, it sold over 820,000 copies in 1998, becoming the tenth-best-selling game of that year. During its lifetime, Ocarina of Time sold 1.14 million copies in Japan, becoming the 134th-best-selling game of all time, and has sold over 7.6 million copies worldwide. The game won the Grand Prize in the Interactive Art division at the Japan Media Arts Festival, won six honors at the 2nd Annual Interactive Achievement Awards, and received overwhelmingly positive acclaim. The title is considered by many critics to be the greatest video game ever made.

Ocarina of Time had four major re-releases on the Nintendo GameCube and Wii consoles. It was ported to the GameCube as part of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: Master Quest, featuring reworked dungeons with new puzzles, and The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition as a direct port. It was also ported to the iQue Player in 2003 and the Wii's Virtual Console service in 2007. These re-releases were well received: while some critics considered the relatively-unchanged game to be outdated, most reviewers felt that the game has held up well over the years. A remake of Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 3DS was announced by Nintendo at the E3 2010 on June 15, 2010. In the gaming edition of the Guinness World Records 2010, the original Nintendo 64 version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time holds the world record for been the most critically acclaimed video game of all time. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Koji Kondo

Nintendo 64

November 21, 1998 (Japan)
November 23, 1998 (North America)



1. Title Theme
2. Enter Ganondorf
3. Deku Tree
4. Fairy Flying
5. House [1 item(s)]
6. Kokiri Forest
7. Open Treasure Box
8. Item Catch
9. Small Item Catch
10. Shop
11. Battle
12. Inside the Deku Tree
13. Boss Battle
14. Boss Clear
15. Heart Container Get
16. Legend of Hyrule
17. Spiritual Stone Get
18. Fairy Ocarina Get
19. Hyrule Field Main Theme
20. Kepora Gebora's Theme
21. Market
22. Shooting Gallery
23. Hyrule Castle Courtyard
24. Enter Zelda
25. Ocarina Zelda's Lullaby
26. Zelda's Theme
27. Ocarina Epona's Song
28. Lon Lon Ranch
29. Mini Game
30. Kakariko Village
31. Ocarina Sun's Song
32. Hyrule Field Morning
33. Goron City
34. Ocarina Saria's Song
35. Lost Woods [2 item(s)]
36. Dodongo's Cavern
37. Middle Boss Battle
38. Dinosaur Boss Battle
39. Zora's Domain
40. Great Fairy Fountain
41. Potion Shop
42. Inside Jabu-Jabu's Belly
43. Ocarina Song of Time
44. Temple of Time
45. Open Door of Temple of Time
46. Master Sword
47. Ganondorf's Theme
48. Chamber of the Sages
49. Medal Get Fanfare
50. Sheik's Theme
51. Horse Race
52. Horse Race Goal
53. Ingo's Theme
54. Escape from Lon Lon Ranch
55. Kakariko Village Orchestra Version
56. Ocarina Song of Storms
57. Windmill Hut [2 item(s)]
58. Minuet of Woods
59. Forest Temple
60. Bolero of Fire
61. Fire Temple
62. Ice Cavern
63. Serenade of Water
64. Water Temple
65. Nocturne of Shadow
66. Prelude of Light
67. Shadow Temple
68. Gerudo Valley
69. Spirit Temple
70. Requiem of Spirit
71. Kotake & Koume's Theme
72. Meet Again Zelda
73. Game Over
74. Ganon's Castle Bridge
75. Ganon's Castle Underground
76. Inside Ganon's Castle
77. Ganondorf Battle
78. Escape from Ganon's Castle
79. Last Battle
80. Seal of Six Sages
81. Ocarina of Time
82. End Credits
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