I meant the original Ocarina of Time. Was the N64 game actually E or was it KA? I don't remember. Anyways, the point is that a re-release might come with a different rating. Like Linkman said, E10 perhaps. I could see that.Xander, E-A was first. I have the Super Mario 64 cartridge with it on the box.
Beast Ganon bleeds when you damaged him.It says on the TP box that it contains "Animated Blood", but I don't recall seeing any, or much at all. And besides, my version (GC) of OOT had green blood.
I said bloodiest E-rated game. Conker's Bad Fur Day was rated M! (No, I haven't played it...)Beast Ganon bleeds when you damaged him.
Anyways I don't think OOT is the BLOODIST game on the N64.... Maybe Conker if I recall.
Oh, I just looked them up on ESRB. There are a lot (animated blood). I'm impressed Petz Rescue Wildlife Vet has animated blood. So does Sonic Mega Collection Plus. Also Eco the Dolphin. Wow, ESRB has been getting strict! There are 91 games in the database with the rankings of E with Animated Blood, Mild Blood, and Blood (mainly animated). Suprisingly, I didn't find Ocarina of Time in there. Ocarina of Time was only listed for violence (not fantasy violence). But, that was for the Wii/GameCube versions. The N64 version didn't come up. How do you think of ESRB back in 1998 and now?Just thinking about it now... I don't recall any blood at all in any of the Legend of Zelda titles... ever. Perhaps there are a few cases, but I don't think it ever is too much or too violent, otherwise I think I'd remember it.
That being said, I can't say with certainty since I can't really name ANY E rated game that does have blood.
Interesting topic though, I'd be curious to know what other bloody E rated games there are.