Ocarina Of Time ‘May Finally Get Its Own Electronic Ocarina In October

Credit: Nintendo, Think Geek

Courtesy of Think geek, fans of Zelda: Ocarina of Time can get their own electronic ocarina as seen in the game in October.

This ocarina corresponds to the one in the game and allows you to recreate the tunes that Link uses via the buttons placed above.

These buttons also correspond to the ones in the game, so if you have a particularly good memory, you will be able to recreate the likes of Epona’s song no problem.

For those who don’t have an eidetic memory, you’ll also get a songbook included with the ocarina.

In addition to a free play mode, there is also a classic mode. The latter has a hidden song that is unlocked via a six-button melody.

If you’re one of the few people who haven’t played yet Ocarina of time, then you should see the 3DS version.

While many tend to see the original N64 version through a pair of heavy nostalgia glasses, the 3DS version actually performs much better than the original and also looks great.

Moreover, not only can you play Ocarina of time on the 3DS but Majora’s Mask is also available on the handheld too.

Certainly, Ocarina of time is not my favorite Zelda game but I have always enjoyed it very much and the idea of ​​getting my own ocarina from the game, especially the one that plays tunes, is something I definitely approve of.

In any case, this electronic ocarina of Zelda: Ocarina of Time will release in October for a very reasonable price of $ 29.99 and is available for pre-order through Think geek.

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