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Our first order of business: I just found you can also implode N64 Dodongos (as in not just King Dodongo). Just drop a bomb directly in front of them immediately after you dodge one of their fire attacks and watch the fun.
I like doing that to them. I think it's fun to watch.
I have played most of the Zelda games. I have not played Phantom Hourglass and those CD-i games. Well...if you consider them Zelda games anyway.
I've played 1, 3, and Link's Awakening.
Link's Awakening is hands down my favorite Zelda. No Zelda storyline has ever been on par with that one.
Except maybe Majora's Mask.
Favourite for Storyline and feel: either Majora's Mask or Twilight Princess
Favourite for gameplay: Phantom Hourglass; aside from the Temple of the Ocean King, I absolutely love this game's gameplay. My favourite part of what I played (I never beat it) is the Ghost Ship boss.
Why do so many people hate The Adventure Of Link? Yes it's Nintendo at it's hardest, and yes, the bad translation doesn't help either, but don't knock it till you've given it some effort.
edited 19th Dec '09 10:35:25 PM by Schitzo
I hate it for the way it plays. Something about it just doesn't click with me and it's aggrivating.
I like Majora's Mask the most. I wish I had a copy of Link's Awakening. I am also very, very fond of the Oracle twins. I beat both the normal adventures and the linked adventures in both games...And I still wasn't done with them. I still had lots of password secrets to try out.
Majora's Mask has always been my favorite. I can't stand LttP though... it's just so very, very boring.
I like Ltt P though I do think that it's a bit...ugly looking and sounding.
I liked LttP a lot, so I have no idea where the hate is coming from.
It's fun just ugly looking and I don't care for the sound.
Also the openings for these games need to be skippable...
edited 19th Dec '09 10:59:54 PM by Aondeug
I am really enjoying Spirit Tracks right now.
I agree about the slow openings. If only some of these Zeldas started out In Medias Res
I got into the series after buying Twilight Princess, which my friend recommended. Then I played The Wind Waker (my favorite) and Ocarina of Time. My parents bought me Spirit Tracks for Christmas; can't wait to play it.
Zelda's my favorite character. I think she should get her own game (because those other two never happened). In my opinion it's kind of unfair that the series is titled after her, yet she's essentially an expy of Peach.
With better magic and theme music.
I just about fangasmed when I heard Zelda was (somewhat) playable in Spirit Tracks. This is only phase number-one in her inevitable quest to become the main character.
She's fully playable in the Final Battle.
OH MY GOD I CAME.
I'm sure you did.
Anyway, some of the puzzles in this game are pretty ingenious. I've managed to avoid using a guide so far (me having no Internet access for the past week may have something to do with that), but DAMN. @__@
My doubter friend says I won't win without a guide. Like hell I won't.
Pretty sure I've ragequit a couple of times.
On a slightly related note, it should have been called The Legend of Zelda: Soul Train.
The Legend of Zelda: This Fourth Lokomo Song Is So Goddamned Hard FFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUU-
I still need to finish Phantom Hourglass. I got bored and stopped playing around the Cobble Kingdom or whatever. And the constant trips to the Temple of the Ocean King were just not worth it. I should start playing it again, though, just to finish it.
By the way, still using your iPhone?
Yep. Until I pay the bill tomorrow.
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