Nintendojo FM Episode 007: Timeless

A 15th anniversary podcast celebration of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time!

By Kyle England. Posted 11/29/2013 09:00 4 Comments     ShareThis


The legend will never die. After some formalities, Kyle and Lukas dive into an extensive discussion of Ocarina of Time for its 15th birthday, including a virtual trip through Hyrule.

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Recording Date
November 21 & 26, 2013

Kyle and Lukas

Show Contents
00:00:00 – Introduction
00:03:09 – New Releases and the New Generation
00:23:18 – Ocarina of Time 15th Anniversary History
00:51:50 – Journey Through Hyrule: Kingdom Geography and Lore
01:24:01 – Journey Through Hyrule: The Dungeons
01:42:31 – Ocarina of Time 15th Anniversary Conclusion
01:50:41 – Outro: “Thunderstruck” by Big Giant Circles & some1namedjeff, OverClocked ReMix
01:54:31 Total Length

Music Credits

  • Intro Theme: “Loading Screen” by Glitch City
  • Enter Chibi-Robo! – Hirofumi Taniguchi – Chibi-Robo! – Nintendo GameCube – 2005
  • Hyrule Field – Koji Kondo – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – Nintendo 64 – 1998
  • Gerudo Valley – Koji Kondo – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – Nintendo 64 – 1998
  • Forest Temple – Koji Kondo – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – Nintendo 64 – 1998
  • The Best and Only Place for Killer Video Game Remixes

4 Responses to “Nintendojo FM Episode 007: Timeless”

  • 1244 points
    lukas85 says...

    timeless indeed Oot is my favorite game of all time, gonna listen this asap!

  • 381 points
    Hyawatta says...

    My favorite game of all time is Super Mario 64. Ocarina of Time is up there, though. I played through to the Shadow Temple while I was in college, but I never had a chance to finish my game after I moved out of that dorm-room setting. I have it on the 3DS now, so I’ll have to start over from the beginning. I still intend to get thorough it someday. I remember fishing for hours, good times. Of course, that’s back when I had hours to fish.

    The holidays are a rare occasion where I get to spend more time with family; I’ve been trying to make good use of that time.

    Super Ms. Pac-Man Co-op

    I had a chance to play Nintendo with my 4-year old daughter, but I didn’t have much time. So, I figured we’d try Ms. Pac-Man for the Super Nintendo instead of a Wii U game this time around. This is my favorite version of Pac-Man because you can play cooperatively with Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man at the same time.

    She had no trouble navigating the maze since you simply hit dead ends after you travel far enough anyway. However, she almost cried when she first got eaten by a ghost. She eventually started to get the hang of it and was able to eat ghosts after I got a power pellet. I can see that she’s getting better, but it looks like it will take a lot more practice. The best part of this play session was when she kept cracking up, laughing whenever we bumped into each other, causing us to ricochet and fly across the screen in opposite directions!

  • 690 points
    KisakiProject says...

    This is my favorite game of all time. All the things you guys mention are so true. The sense of wonder was staggering and being 12 at the time was life changing. Replaying it on 3DS I realized the Forest Temple was much better than I remembered as a kid. The game was really scary as a child. I had really forgotten about that aspect of playing until you mentioned it. Though certain sound effects cause my hair to stand up , even now, replaying it. Some instinctual fear left over from being a boy.

    Thanks for going so in depth. Looking forward to your thoughts on ALBW. I just got to the 3rd dungeon. Its very streamlined and “arcadey.” But I like it a lot. And I’m not a huge LttP fan.

  • 1244 points
    lukas85 says...

    it was a blast to listen to the show, so many memories, this is the perfect game, i don’t think the world would ever see a game like this again.

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