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    What is the Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time? Well it is only the greatest video game ever! If you never played this game you need to, this game will have you on the edge of your seat ready for more. Link has to save Hyrule then he has to defeat Ganondorf to save princess Zelda. When you are child Link you meet Zelda for the first time and become friends instantly, and she tells you the danger that is going to occur. So you figure out what your destiny is and you go on your way to help princess Zelda to save Hyrule. At the beginning of the game, you are child Link and you are woken up by a fairy named Navi your navigator. She will help you through out your quest making it as easy as possible and even difficult at some points. When your…

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    Surcari Concert Report

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    I attended the concert of Surcari presented by Maxwell Shepherd Concert Series on Thursday, November 10, 2016, at 7:30 p.m. The venue was the University of Connecticut Greater Hartford Campus. The program began with Vientos del Sur, which is traditional Bolivian song that translates into South Winds. The sheer energy of that first chord from the acoustic guitar marked the beginning of a night of beautiful cultural music. It opens up with the quick strumming of the acoustic guitar and later…

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    The fifth installment of the Legend of Zelda series, Ocarina of Time, is considered to be one of Nintendo’s most popular video games earning the title of best-selling game of 1998. After 18 years, Ocarina of Time still continues to maintain a high rating on professional gaming medias such as IGN and Gamespot. Initially when playing this action-adventure game the player is introduced to the young hero Link, who experiences a nightmare involving a man clad in black armor. As Link consults the…

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    The Legend Of Zelda

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    Zelda: Ocarina of Time, therefore my examples and explanations will also be from that title. Link is the main protagonist in all The Legend of Zelda games. At the beginning of Links life he was left with the Deku Tree, at the Kokiri Forest by his mother because of the war that had been going on at that time. Link was raised with the Kokiri. The Kokiri forest was home to the “forest children”, which are essentially little elf people that never grow up. All of the Kokiri had their own fairy.…

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    Legend Of Zelda

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    "Ocarina of Time" on the GameCube features a few small changes mostly related to the button prompts. This title will have Link traveling back and forth between different time periods to stop Ganon once again. This edition of the title features smoother scrolling and faster loading than the original version. "The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask" was its direct sequel. This title used the same graphical engine but had a different gameplay twist. Instead of traveling to the future, Link can now go…

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    vicariously turned into something special for me, a beautiful time to reunite with the thoughts of my father. I've found him in every single Zelda game that has come out. This year at the Switch event a couple of friends and I got together and live streamed it. The event ended with the final Zelda trailer and a release date, when the date splashed up on the screen I had tears in my eyes and I was screaming with joy. Breath of The Wild was coming and it was coming SOON. My friends and I were…

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    Oot (Ocarina of Time) was noted for being one of the first instalments to have a thorough story and explains what your goal is throughout the game, rather than having you read the manual or the most recent copy of Nintendo Power.this is relevant due to the fact that they were able to convey the fact that Link is fighting to save Hyrule and more importantly,Zelda.In the previous instalments, they barely told the goal of why Link was adventuring throughout the dungeons he was exploring, it wasn’t…

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    Zelda Songs Analysis

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    meets Princess Zelda for the first time, and they are both children. Though a hint of evil is present when the bad guy, Ganondorf, is introduced, the whole scene with its music is as innocent as I was at that time. Saria’s Song is an upbeat, cheerful tune that I absolutely loved as a child. It is the tune for the Lost Woods, a forest in the game, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and you have to follow the melody or you will be lost, much like real life, where if you stray from the right…

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    combines vaporwave with elements of trap music, a style referred to by fans as vaportrap. The artist keeps the synthesizers and general smooth, digital atmosphere of vaporwave while incorporating trap style drum beats. Throughout the album, Blank Banshee makes repeated use of 808 bass drums, sub-bass lines and kick drums, double or triple time hi-hats. He also uses sound effects from computer programs in his songs, such as Skype’s “hang up” sound effect being used on one track. His musical…

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    about I'm also really good rhythm based activities like games and dancing. I also have really good aim I can get a bullseye almost all the time I play darts with a bow an arrow not so much but with practice I believe I might be able to master it there is currently an archery club at Aptos High School I mayu join it if i feel that's something I would like to perfect or master. The only reason I don't try out in sports is because i'm somewhat afraid of losing what little free time I have …

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