The sole greatest Legend of Zelda game in existence, and therefore the greatest video game in existence as well.
Developed for the Nintendo 64 and released on November 23, 1998, this was the first time we saw a 3D Zelda game. It won the 1999 Game of the Year award. It has held the #1 spot on GameRankings.com for over a decade.
Preorders of the game were received with a gold cartridge, whereas off-the-shelf versions were received with the standard gray carts seen on most N64 titles. The two styles of carts bear few differences in gameplay, only in the changing of Ganondorf's blood from red to green, the removal of an Islamic chant from the Fire Temple's background music, as well as the fixing of a few reported glitches in gameplay.
Ocarina of Time spawned a single direct sequel, Majora's Mask in 2000, which takes place after Ocarina of Time's child timeline. This would be the last time we would see a realistic style Zelda game until Twilight Princess in 2006.
Ocarina of Time has been subsequently re-released on the GameCube on a promotional disc for preordering WindWaker, as well as on a Collector's disc featuring The Legend of Zelda, Adventure of Link, and Majora's Mask that was bundled with new GameCubes. It has also been released on the Wii's Virtual Console, retaining all but its rumble ability. These versions are based on the gray cart versions of the game.
Ocarina of Time has set a new standard for adventure games that has yet to be topped.
There aren't enough words in any language to describe how awesome Ocarina of Time is.
University of Never Leaving Vegas
The only university that students who have spent the majority of their life in Vegas will ever go to. Between Vegas and Reno, the obvious choice is Vegas, which is why many never leave Vegas. Only those who have never been out of their local neighborhoods would think that Reno is the better choice.
There are a select few students from Green Valley High School who acheive the grades and recommendations necessary to go to college elsewhere, but even they apply to UNLV as a backup.
This mindset is promoted by all the high school counselors since it reduces their workload to essentially nothing.
Counselor: "So, Tony, you've applied to UNLV, right?"
Tony: "Actually, I was really hoping to go out of state."
Counselor: "Right... well, did you try UNR?"
Tony: "No, but that's not even--"
Counselor: "Then you should probably just stick with UNLV."
The sole greatest anime on the face of the planet, it has all the elements of the perfect show: action, mystery, love, violence, death, pirates, ninjas, assassins, naked chicks, aliens, space travel, dueling spaceships, and that one episode where everybody goes to the hot spring for seemingly no reason.
There's also a spin-off series called Angel Links, but it pales in comparison.
Yeah, (insert generic space anime here) is good, but it's no Outlaw Star.