The Legend Of Zelda - Collector's Edition (GameCube)
- Includes full versions of;
- The Legend of Zelda
- Zelda II - The Adventure of Link
- The Legend of Zelda : Ocarina of Time
- The Legend of Zelda : Majora's Mask
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- Platform: GameCube
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Four classic Zelda games on one disc.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is well worth the money, provides hours of fun, a great collector's piece, improved graphics on Ocarina and Majora. Only thing that would have improved this is the inclusion of a Link to the Past.
What Do You Get
Game Disc X1
Collector's Edition Game Guide X1
Collector's Edition Game Case X1
The Legend of Zelda:Collector's Edition is a compilation of several instalments from The Legend of Zelda series. This compilation even has its own Player's Guide, which is rare for a promotional product. The full games exist as ROM images, which are run through emulators. This method was previously used in the Master Quest release for the GameCube and later for all Virtual Console releases. The compilation includes the first Majora's Mask re-release in the United States.
The collection contains four full games:
The Legend of Zelda
Zelda II:The Adventure of Link
The Legend of Zelda:Ocarina of Time
The Legend of Zelda:Majora's Mask
The following features were also included:
A Wind Waker promotional video & The Legend of Zelda:A Retrospective-an arrangement of scenes from all the games between The Legend of Zelda and The Wind Waker, Also a 20-minute playable demo of The Wind Waker(GameCube Version), which allows a player to play three different scenarios from the game. There are barriers and limitations to this demo in terms of gameplay; the full version of The Wind Waker is just under 3 times the size of this demo. The game resets after the end of the 20 minute time limit.
The stories displayed in the two NES games, when START is not pressed, have been rewritten to correct all mistranslations and spelling errors. These changes are retained in the Game Boy Advance and Wii Virtual Console releases.
The GameCube Game can also be played on Nintendo Wii Models with the Model Numbers RVL-101.
Many reviews will state that this game is not as good as its prequel, Ocarina of Time, also found on the Collectors Disc, but I truly believe this is based on which one you play first. Having never had a N64, I borrowed one off a friend about 2 years ago with Majora's Mask, took me about a month to finish, and I'm now playing it through again on the Collectors edition disc for the GameCube. I've since played through Ocarina of Time and don't find it to be half the game that Majora's Mask is.
The game is set in a small village known as Clock Town. After Saving the Kingdom Of Hyrule, Link is hi-jacked on his travels by the "Skull Kid," who eventually gets away with his Ocarina and trusty steed, Epona. In his attempt to get them back, the Skull Kid transforms Link into a Decu Scrub using a certain mask which he stole from a travelling mask salesman - Majora's Mask. He then uses it to pull the moon towards Clock Town which will reach the village in 3 days. You play through the three days as a Decu Scrub until you regain your Ocarina. Using the Ocarina, You can now warp back to the first day of the game and relive the whole 3 days as human Link (think Groundhog Day.)
One of the best features of the game is how the game actually follows a fate-like pattern. On day one at 6am where you start, you can talk to the people walking around clock town and also visit the other townsfolk, such as the Postman training for his day ahead. Follow him to see him collect the letters between 10am and 1pm, and then deliver them during the afternoon. He will do this at exactly the same time throughout the 3 days until the last day when the moon is about to hit.Read more ›
It's an enormous shame as Majora is one of my favourite ever Zelda games and I have loved playing it again on the Gamecube aside from the game freezing on me several times and losing my progress. It happened once just after finishing the Great Bay temple, right next to a save point! :(
It's worth pointing out that I thought I had a faulty disc so I tried my sisters copy but there was no difference and it crashed again. Also if you look on the internet, there are many people who all say the same thing about it freezing on them.
On the surface this looks like a sweet deal. The Legend of Zelda, Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link, Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask and a demo of The Wind Waker. Some of the best video games of all time, all on one disc!! It's just sadly let down by these unforgivable bugs.
Best of luck!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for Majora's Mask as it is one of the most clever games i know of, and it is just genius i have Ocarina of time with the Windwaker Ltd edition and all 3 are great games... Read morePublished 17 months ago by David