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Revision as of 08:23, December 17, 2012

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest!

Release Date

Nintendo GameCube
Japan Flag November 7th, 2003
European Flag November 14th, 2003
USA Flag November 17th, 2003
Australia Flag March 19th, 2004
Korean Flag 2002
Nintendo 3DS
Japan Flag June 16th, 2011
European Flag June 17th, 2011
USA Flag June 19th, 2011
Australia Flag June 30th, 2011

Master Quest is a notably difficult version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. It was originally released on the GameCube with the original Ocarina of Time. It could also be unlocked in Ocarina of Time 3D.

GameCube Version

Master Quest first appeared on a disk alongside a GameCube port of Ocarina of Time that was given out with preorders of The Wind Waker.

Dungeons are completely redesigned in this version of the game, and certain items that were previously optional are now mandatory. Items and Pieces of Hearts inside of dungeons have switched places, and new puzzles are created. However, the story, locations, and characters remain completely unchanged from the original. Sidequests and locations of items outside of dungeons are also the same.

3DS Version

Master Quest is also found in Ocarina of Time 3D. Though it is not available from the start of the game, the player can unlock it by completing the original version. The redesigned dungeons are the same as the ones in the GameCube version. However, this version also flipped the entire game. Everything in the 3D version of Master Quest is mirrored. In addition, enemies now do twice the damage.