As we reported a few days ago, Ocarina of Time 3D has received a few new features with its upgrade onto the Nintendo 3DS. Along with the few mentioned in that post, it seems that another iconic part of Ocarina of Time has received an upgrade: Link’s companion, Navi.
According to Nintendo Power’s recent review of the game, Navi will now not only pester players about where to head next in Hyrule, but will offer suggestions for players to take a break from playing, much like certain games on the Wii (such as Wii Sports). She will also remind players about the new visions system, suggesting players to visit the new Sheikah Stones and watch the game’s optional hint movies.
Hit the jump to read the full quote from Nintendo Power’s review!
“…There are so many clear improvements in the 3DS release that it’s tough to quibble, but I could do without the extra comments from Link’s fairy companion Navi, whose distracting alerts were already borderline annoying in the original game. While she does sometimes give useful hints, more often then not she interrupts the game to repeatedly suggest that you take a break from playing or go watch a hint movie. Turning to her for advice when I’m hopelessly stuck only to get great tips like ‘Keep Moving!’ or ‘The barrier is blocking the door, there must be some way of opening it’ is like pouring salt into a wound.”
Do you think Navi’s assistance will bother you more in Ocarina of Time 3D, or are you not so bothered? Let us know in the comments.