This game deserves to be called more than just 'perfect'.
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You play as Link, a boy who was raised in Kokiri Forest. A mysterious fairy meets him one day and he goes out on a quest and finds out many things he did not know about. He finds his first dagger and a wooden shield throughout a hedge maze in Kokiri Forest. Link begins his adventure by traveling to The Great Deku tree, who has had mysterious health problems inside of him. Link is chosen to go inside and kill what turns out to be an enormous spider. Once he kills it, he goes out to find that The Great Deku Tree is still going to die. But before that, he tells Link that the great villain known as Ganondorf was behind this, and his goal is to take over Hyrule.
As you play as Link, you start out as a child and go through three temples. After each of those, you gain one spiritual stone. Once you have all 3, you use them to open the Temple of Time. You play a song on your ocarina and the door to the Master Sword opens. You pull it up out of the stone and 7 years pass by. You are now a teenager who learns that the Princess of Hyrule, Zelda, has been kidnapped by Ganondorf and he is using her powers to take over the Hyrule. But keep in mind that Ganondorf has many deadly powers of his own.
Throughout this lengthy game, you will face various temples with deadly bosses. You will have to face mind-boggling puzzles that will make your head spin and learn songs on your ocarina to teleport you to specific places. With your ocarina and your horse, Epona, traveling is much easier.
As you go through each temple, you will find one new weapon to add to your collection. After you defeat each temple boss, you gain a heart container which adds more hearts to your health bar, and you get one step closer to crossing paths with Ganondorf and saving Princess Zelda.
And I mean it when I say that this is the best game of all-time. I have beaten this game well over five times. This game is just too fun, it is very hard to stop playing. If I were going to die and I could only beat one video game one last time, it would be Ocarina of Time. There's nothing more to say about this game other than it's the greatest game of all-time.
MIYAMOTO IS A GENIUS!!