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Ocarina Of Time Temples - Ranked

Replaying through this and Majora's Mask for the first time in years. Two of the best games ever made.
1Forest Temple

Had the best atmosphere and level design of the lot; twisting corridors, ghost hunting and rotating rooms. Superb.
2Spirit Temple

The only temple where you have to be both Kid and Adult Link to beat it. Some excellent design here, and one of the greatest bosses.
3Shadow Temple

Hahaha, fuck. This place was freaky as hell. It was also one of the biggest temples, it felt like it just went on, and on. This doesn't help the fact that the place basically looks like the underworld.
4Water Temple

OH GOD THE HORROR. As tricky as this was, it had some great ideas at work. Changing water levels and Dark Link may have been a pain, but it worked well within the context.
5Fire Temple

The Water Temple may have been tough as nails, but at least it was more interesting than the Fire Temple. It's not necessarily bad, but it was a little straightforward and bland in comparison to the others. The boss was probably the easiest of the lot, too.
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