I know probably everyone is saying why? Just play the Wii or Game Cube releases! Well for one I just wanted an excuse to dust off my Z64, and besides that I´d rather play the game on the system it was originally made for. I only have a handful of original cartridges left, pretty much just one cartridge needed to boot any particular chipset. After a bunch of cartridge swapping I finally got the game running, but to my despair I couldn´t save, so basically it was still just a demo. Then I thought, well it´s actually just a modded version of the original OoT game, so maybe I could copy a save from it and use it for the Master Quest. Copied the save over, and renamed it of course. After swapping a couple of cartridges it actually works! The game save from the original had the first 2 slots full, but there are 3 slots so no problem there. The names for the original 2 saves are unreadable gibberish, but the new slot for the Master Quest is normal. My boot cartridge is Resident Evil 2 (one of the cartridges that were too large for the Z64 to run). I´m sure others will work, just don´t know which ones, and since I have a working set up I´m going to stick with it. Another thing that seems odd is the in game saving. I´ve only played the first dungeon through, but it seems that the best way to save in the middle of a game is to re-equip something. It seemed like every time I switched equipment it asked if I wanted to save. Otherwise the save option didn´t seem to work. I don´t know if that´s normal or not, and there´s a whole lot of game left to play to find out I´m probably just throwing a dry bone out there, but I hope there are some others out there who, like me, would rather play this one on the N64. Man I loved my N64 back in the day, and that old controller still fits like a glove!!