The Legend of Zelda
Posted 22 December 2012 - 06:40 AM
So at any rate, for the first time I played a 3D Zelda game...and it was Majora's Mask. It was seriously difficult! Especially not being used to 3D games in general...I spent so many hours just falling down. (I think it is also probably a difficult game in general, but maybe it's hard for me to tell because I don't have perspective, haha.)
But I thought it was really a marvelous game, I was surprised by how beautifully its mechanics of repetition were handled. Really extraordinary, complex, really a work of art. I have only very rarely run into videogames that impressed me the way this game did.
All this boils down to: are the other 3D Zelda games this good? Should I make the extra effort to get access to them too?
Posted 22 December 2012 - 08:05 PM
Since you've played MM, I suggest you play Ocarina of Time which is just before it (in terms of storyline), then there's Windwaker, Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword.
I have played L to the Past, but I would say I've preferred the 3d games a lot more.
Posted 22 December 2012 - 08:34 PM
I prefer the darker style of Zelda games than the cartoon one, but I do still like them
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Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:11 AM
and ignoring Navi, i'm mainly ignoring Navi
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Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:48 AM
If you watch the Jan. 23 Nintendo Direct they talk about it and a whole bunch of other things that Nintendo is going to release.
Posted 07 July 2013 - 07:25 AM
I was like 10 when I first played Phantom Hourglass. It's still my favourite game ever! It took me 8 months to complete (Being 10 haha) but I've completed it numerous times since, the fastest being in a little over a day a think. I just love everything about it! Spirit tracks was also really good.
I agree, everybody disses those games but I love them. My phantom hourglass copy sorta glitched out in the ice dungeon though, Either that or I just can't find that small key anymore
Posted 03 August 2013 - 07:28 PM
I haven't truly loved a Zelda game since Majora's Mask. I really liked Wind Waker, but it took a while to get in to. Twilight Princess I found to be pretty meh. I hate, hate, HATE the wolf parts. And the game takes far too long to get started. It's boring as hell. I did enjoy it a bit more when I tracked down a copy of the GC version and was able to use a proper controller instead of waving the Wiimote around like an idiot, but still meh. I used to love the handheld games but I found Phantom Hourglass so annoying, both in controls and having to go back to that bloody dungeon over and over and over, and I hear Spirit Tracks was along the same lines, so I didn't bother.
I haven't even bothered with Skyward Sword. I was given it for Christmas the year it came out, but I've never bothered playing it.
My most recent Zelda purchases have been Oracle of Ages/Seasons on the 3DS shop. I had Seasons back on the GBC and loved it.
I am excited for Link to the Past 2, however. I hope it lives up to expectations. I miss being wowed by Zelda games, I've loved them all my life. One of the first games I ever completed was Link's Awakening on the Gameboy. I was 8.
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Posted 06 August 2013 - 10:08 PM
The first Zelda game I played was Twilight Princess, and that one has a soft spot for me. The wolf parts got boring after a while but I liked being the wolf. And I didn't mind the wii version. I hadn't really played video games before then so I was completely un biased. And I did like the story a lot. It was a easy game but I still liked it anyways. I like my zelda games with a darker feel and a more unique game.
Skyward sword is good too. But it seems sorta lacking. Its the prequel to all zelda games so the simplified look of things and the way they laid out the land sorta makes sense. And the people of Skyloft it makes me wonder if they were the Occa's ancestors (from twilight princess)
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