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sugarpixel

@DreamyViridi: Yep, I made it all the way to the Master Sword without any issues at all really - it gets quite a bit trickier after that so be prepared!

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Metroidlink

Is it just me who is smart or am I really good at Zelda? I cleared all the dungeons without help... I couldn't figure out how to get the pegasus boots though also @Gioku visit the fortune teller and you should get a pair of glasses which allows you to get hints with play coins!

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Klimbatize

Metroidlink wrote:

Is it just me who is smart or am I really good at Zelda?

This is a very easy Zelda if you've played any other Zelda before.

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Ralizah

Klimbatize wrote:

Metroidlink wrote:

Is it just me who is smart or am I really good at Zelda?

This is a very easy Zelda if you've played any other Zelda before.

That's what I was thinking. This game has been really easy so far. Only the Dark Palace segment has been on par, difficulty-wise, with what I've come to expect from a Zelda title. And that's only in terms of the puzzles. The fights are all ridiculously easy, and even though I don't usually carry potions around, I've yet to die once.

Gorgeous game, though, and loads of fun. The lack of frustration has made for some smooth sailing.

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sugarpixel

I've hit some major frustration in the Thieves' Hideout as I was going on about earlier, hahaha.
I need to go try out some other dungeons still.
There's so much to do, I can't let this one dungeon get me down.

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I just ordered it from amazon today i couldn't wait 5 days to get it so i choice the 2 day shipping option lol totally worth the extra money!

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HappyHappyist

one of the things about this game is that it's about the adventure, and the past zelda games have been more combat focused. OoT had the Z-Targetting, WW had the perry system, TP had those unlockable moves, SS had motion controlled attacks, the DS games had stylus combat. this is truly the latest "pure" zelda game since the oracle games.

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ChronoPower

I really liked this game- it is actually the first zelda game I have beaten (even after 2 years and 50 hours in ocarina of time lol).
Normally I hate dungeons but dungeons were not a chore to me in this game, they were actually kind of fun.
More towns/people would have been cool.

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Stu13

At the beginning of my game I found a cave in Hyrule that had a pathway blocked by a fire wall right at the entrance. I didn't have any way to get through at the time but now that I do, I cannot seem to locate it again. Help?

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sugarpixel

Hahaha, so I'm back on track; I figured out that, once you place a bomb, you can pick it/carry it around/throw it by pressing A... sheesh! This seems to be a regular problem for me with Zelda games - I got stuck for three months in the OoT 3D Master Quest because I didn't know you could break crates by somersaulting into them... and I beat the entire regular game without ever knowing that, lol.

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Happy_Mask

@Gioku When unable to advance in a Zelda game, review all available gameplay elements, whether they be and item, or even something like rolling or sidling. :3

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sugarpixel

@Wonder_Mask: Well the thing is, there's always just that one little thing I can't figure out, and then once I do it's smooth sailing from then on - this time it was picking up bombs (thank goodness I only got stuck for a day instead of months), and in OoT 3D Master Quest it was somersaulting to break crates... I had thought the only way to break crates was with bombs...! And then I watched a walkthrough to see what I had missed/done wrong, and the guy did everything I had done, and when he made it to where I was at he somersaulted into the crate... and I was shocked!
I breezed my way through the rest of the game after that, though... though I did feel kinda silly.

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Happy_Mask

It took me about a half hour to figure out the wallmaster puzzles, but that was really all that gave me trouble. ._." Also, what do the Hint Glasses do?

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Sargon

I have never played A Link to the Past before. Should I play it before playing A Link Between Worlds? If so, I will need to wait for it to become available on the Wii U Virtual Console, which hopefully will be soon.

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sugarpixel

@Sargon: I never played ALTTP and it hasn't affected my enjoyment of this game at all.
In fact, there's a lot of stuff from Ocarina of Time in this game, too, like Kakariko Village and Death Mountain and Zora's Domain (Although the Zora don't look like they do in OoT). My guess is that if you've ever played any Zelda game before this, you'll have a good time! ...you can probably still enjoy it just fine even if this is your first Zelda game too, haha!

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Sargon

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@Sargon: In fact, there's a lot of stuff from Ocarina of Time in this game, too

I haven't played that one either. Blasphemy, I know, but all I have played is Zelda 1 and 2, part of Twilight Princess, and now I'm working on Windwaker HD.

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Tasuki

@Sargon: If you have a Wii U you can get A Link to the Past on the Wii VC through Wii Mode. Then when it comes to Wii U you will just have to pay a bit to upgrade it.

With that said this game can still be enjoyed without playing ALttP.

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Sargon

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@Sargon: If you have a Wii U you can get A Link to the Past on the Wii VC through Wii Mode. Then when it comes to Wii U you will just have to pay a bit to upgrade it.

With that said this game can still be enjoyed without playing ALttP.

My only problem with that is my Wii U is connected to my primary TV, which means I can often only use it for off-TV play and it would be difficult to dedicate much time to a game in Wii mode. I think what I will do is if ALttP is available on Wii U by the time I finish Windwaker, I will go ahead and play it first, but if not I'm not going to let that hold me up and will jump straight into ALBW. since the consensus seems to be that won't be a problem. Thanks!

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