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61. Posted: Sat 2nd Oct 2010 13:56 BST
Personally, nothing can beat the original, but that's just me. But I have to admit, those graphics do look nice.But, I don't know, I'd rather have the classic look and feel. :/
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62. Posted: Sat 2nd Oct 2010 16:40 BST
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63. Posted: Sat 2nd Oct 2010 19:27 BST
this site has a lot of animated gifs comparing the two, where they got them i don't know, but the 3D captures aren't the best.
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64. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 06:11 BST
I never really got into the original. I bought it like in 2003 when I first bought my N64 from a Gamestop used. I got to be adult Link but then the cartridge saves failed me. I bought it for the VC but the gameplay felt too dated and cumbersome...so I welcome this...as it will be my major step into OOT.
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65. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 07:54 BST
The updated graphics look nice, but if that's all it offers, then I'm not going to buy it. But, if they announce that there will be new content along with it, then I'll definitely buy it.
I hope that they add content that was originally going to be in the original version, but for one reason or another, was never able to do it, like Master Quest.
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66. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 08:22 BST
I actually agree with this. I would want something like the GBA Final Fantasy remakes with hilariously hard bonus dungeons that add some fun last minute character development.
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67. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 08:39 BST
I agree too.
I think they've done a great job so far updating the graphics but it needs more than that, even to someone like me who didn't fully play the original. Otherwise, I'll save a good deal of money and get it on VC or even for my trusty ol' N64.
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68. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 08:52 BST
Of course there's going to be more than that, didn't NIntendo mention that they're adding a bunch of new stuff in the game?
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69. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 09:32 BST
I'll still buy it just to see what it's like in 3D, but I'd be disappointed if there isn't anything new put in. Maybe a few new dungeons perhaps? Or a new weapon? Maybe like a raygun to shoot down some keese
70. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 10:48 BST
Well, Super Mario 64 was a launch title for the 3DS and that had extra content. Maybe some Phantom Hourglass/Spirit Tracks-like multiplayer or maybe once you beat the game you unlock Master Quest. Maybe they'll just include some mini-games (I'm not sure how that would work with Zelda) or a Zelda inspired Augmented Reality game.... they could really do anything.
Edited on Sun 3rd October, 2010 @ 10:50 by skywake
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71. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 11:18 BST
if the minigames are anything like the SM64DS ones it'll probably be worth it. I mean, it's pretty amazing (even considering the dissappointing quality of the remake) how random minigames overshadowed a Super Mario 64 remake.
72. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 14:35 BST
Well, Super Mario 64 was a launch title for the 3DS and that had extra content.
Hmm, I must have missed that. :/
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73. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 15:06 BST
I agree too.I think they've done a great job so far updating the graphics but it needs more than that, even to someone like me who didn't fully play the original. Otherwise, I'll save a good deal of money and get it on VC or even for my trusty ol' N64.
But I got it on the VC and it was unplayable to me. Plus it's now in 3D, this should be a must own for any Zelda fan. OoT is like the crowned jewel to a lot of Zelda fans.
74. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 16:28 BST
But I got it on the VC and it was unplayable to me.
sadly that's the case for me too. it's still great, but after playing any of the other zeldas after it it's kind of boring in comparison. especially when majora's mask gives you almost everything ocarina did with a whole lot more on top of it. the game kind of needs a shot in the arm to keep up with the rest of the series.
75. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 16:42 BST
I never played OoT ever in my li- (gets shot)
I can never get into the Zelda games, and this is supposivally a remake of "the best game of all time." Its either Street Fighter or this, and I never played either of them, so its gonna be tough when March comes.
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76. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 17:31 BST
Man, reading this thread makes me feel old.
I'm going to get it, no question about that. I love OoT so damn much. Newer Zelda games may have refined the design, but, smiler to the original Super Mario Bros., OoT stimulates a very special, very powerful sensation of Nostalgia for me. Maybe it's due to how often I've played it, which was annually for the first five or so years after it's release, a pattern that was only broken when my game collection was stolen. Since I love portable gaming I've been hoping for a handheld rerelease of the game since it became clear that the original DS was at least as powerful as the N64.
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77. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 17:59 BST
The whole reason Nintendo keeps rereleasing OoT is probably because:a) The game is so timeless and fondly remembered that people will be happy to play through it again.b) To introduce one of their greats to the new audience they've picked up.c) They use the George Lucas theory: "A movie is never really finished." Except in this case, it's a game.
Either way, the game is really looking good, especially since the colors seem to be a lot more vibrant then the original. Looking forward to it!
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78. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 19:03 BST
c) They use the George Lucas theory:
hey now, let's not say things we'll regret. it's not like they're rotoscoping tingle into every scene.
79. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 19:05 BST
SilverBlacktail wrote:c) They use the George Lucas theory:hey now, let's not say things we'll regret. it's not like they're rotoscoping tingle into every scene.
Haha, I just mean they may think that a game that classic is worth expanding on.
80. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 21:40 BST
I'll only buy this if it has extra content. Other than that, I've played through OoT so many times, I know Hyrule Field like the back of my hand.
So I think this remake is going to make me go insane with boredom, but with awesome graphics... o.0
However, I have to admit, its a step above PH and ST.
And also, you say they're redoing Mario 64 for 3DS? They already redid it for DS... yay... more of the same.
Sorry for the negativity, but remaking originals (including GoldenEye) annoys me greatly.
Edited on Sun 3rd October, 2010 @ 21:44 by Chris720