Drop In/Drop Out: Episode 4 — Ocarina of Time Twenty Years Later
On the week of its 20th anniversary, we look back at The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time to talk about how its importance to the video game industry as a whole.
This week on Drop In/Drop Out, Logan returns and is joined by Lou and Grant to talk about the legacy of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. They also touch on Sony’s new announcement to spurn E3 in 2019 along with Logan’s initial thoughts after having played Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for a few hours.
Episode 4 topics:
- Thoughts After Playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Sony Skipping E3 2019 and the Ramifications of the Move
- The 20th Anniversary of Ocarina of Time
- Does it still hold up?
- Will there ever be another game like it?
- What makes it still special so long later?
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Thanks to HTML for allowing us to use their song “Liquor Store” as the opening theme of the show. You can find their music over on Bandcamp.
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