In preparation for the upcoming Zelda releases, I've been playing some of the older games. I recently finished replaying Link's Awakening and am now on Oracle of Seasons (with Ages to follow). I love these games: the cute characters, the humorous sub-quests, the dungeons. Even with favorite games, there comes a point where I'm ready for the wrap-up. As far as I'm concerned, these quests could go on forever. Anyway, I never had an N64, so I never played Ocarina. How does it compare? Does it feel like the overhead games, only in 3D? Or, did the move to 3D necessitate a change in fundamental gameplay? How well was this game received by the Zelda fans? Also, I plan to get a GBA: SP soon after it's released (mainly for Metroid Fusion). I wasn't planning to get A Link to the Past until I remembered I gave my SNES to my sister. I haven't played it since before I played Link's Awakening back in the early '90s, so I'm sure it'll be fun. But, I'd like to see an all-new overhead game. Do you think the odds are good we'll see one in the near (or distant) future?