25 best fantasy games ever
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)
Not content to just recreate the previous entries in the Legend of Zelda series in 3D, Ocarina of Time built on their foundations – developing SNES predecessor A Link to the Past's simple notion of mirrored Light and Dark Worlds into the more mature idea of switching between two different timezones, each with their own distinct feel. It added innovations like Z-targeting, context-sensitive buttons – now the norm in games – and, of course, the ocarina itself, used to conjure up melodies to solve puzzles and teleport around the expansive gameworld. Perfectly harmonious.