Is it worth it? Day 3: Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D

#1Chenmaster2Posted 3/31/2013 7:22:04 PM
Is it worth the $40 price tag? - Results (190 votes)
$1
3.68% (7 votes)
7
$5
0.53% (1 votes)
1
$10
5.26% (10 votes)
10
$15
3.16% (6 votes)
6
$20
13.68% (26 votes)
26
$25
5.26% (10 votes)
10
$30
20% (38 votes)
38
$35
6.84% (13 votes)
13
$40
26.84% (51 votes)
51
$50+
14.74% (28 votes)
28
This poll is now closed.
This series of topics are all about estimating the value of this 3DS game in your own opinion. From $1 (pitiful knock-offs or cash-ins) to $50 (it's worth as much as a AAA Wii retail title). Do not judge a game just because it's digital. We're looking at the production value of the 3DS game that is presenting here and not the materials that is given to the gamer when purchased.

Results
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1. Bit. Trip Saga: $17 ($15)
2. Cooking Mama 4: Kitchen Magic: $13 ($20)

Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D: $20

It's a very good game, but there is like no new content whatsoever. It's just an updated version of the N64 masterpiece with Master Quest once you beat the game of course. When comparing to SM64DS of what it has to offer, it just doesn't seem like it's worth the $40 price tag. Then again I never played the original so I couldn't experience the fun adventures you guys had when you were all little kids.

Oh and if you have any suggestions on what other 3DS games I should consider when putting on my list of 3DS games then leave it in your post so I can see it!
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#2ARsignal11Posted 3/31/2013 7:34:07 PM
If someone has never played this game before, then yes, I would recommend for that person to buy the game at full price.

I played the N64 version to death and also Master Quest once (loved it of course). I just can't justify spending $40 for this game simply for cosmetic changes and 3D. If I can find it for $15 or less, I'll consider biting then.
#3VerbalcodyPosted 3/31/2013 7:36:08 PM
pfft

owned this on 64 on day one

bought it on 3ds on day 1

the facelift alone is worth the money what else COULD they have changed? you cant change a game like this like you can with mario
#4Starwars4JPosted 3/31/2013 7:40:24 PM
Easily worth the $40 price of admission.
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#5FinalFantasyForeverPosted 3/31/2013 7:48:25 PM
I got this for $10 from Amazon's Cyber Monday sale. Brand new :)
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#6blh88Posted 3/31/2013 7:56:02 PM(edited)
Stop telling Nintendo this **** is OK. A remake is worth *at most*, half the price of a new game. It probably took them less than a month to port it from the N64 and make the tweaks they did.

Edit: For the record, I'd pay $10 for it.
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#7OoSubaruoOPosted 3/31/2013 7:58:27 PM
I'm pretty sure OoT3D was rebuilt from the ground up, so yeah.
#8blh88Posted 3/31/2013 8:00:03 PM
Even so, doing a remake cuts out a huge fraction of development time. This means, it costs less to produce, which means the price for the consumer should be less.
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#9DragonwarriordudePosted 3/31/2013 8:03:47 PM
$25
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#10OoSubaruoOPosted 3/31/2013 8:04:07 PM
Compared to it's original release price, it is less.