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41. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 09:45 BST
I bought it earlier today and I really like what I'm playing. The dungeons are well designed and it seems like there are lots of secrets to find as well.
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42. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 09:49 BST
At last. Picked up Links Awakening this morning. Such an awesome game.
Edited on Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 09:50 by art_kevinc
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43. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 09:54 BST
Is there an option to play this game in GB (i.e. black & white) mode?
And count your blessings, guys. In Australia, this game is a whopping $9 (inclusive of tax), which IMO, is a very high price for a rom of a primitive looking game (however good it may be). These awful prices are putting me off from buying more games.
Edited on Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 09:58 by sillygostly
44. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 10:21 BST
Bought it. You should too. It's better than the majority of console Zeldas imo.
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45. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 10:31 BST
@sillygostly No, you can't play them in black and white. why?
Also, 9 bucks for this game is quite a good deal. This game is great, and it more than 10 hours (according to one princess). That is great value for money.
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46. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 13:12 BST
Best 6 euros I ever spent.
This is unarguably the best handheld game ever created.
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47. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 13:19 BST
Why would you want to play it in B&W? You can't access the Color Dungeon in monochrome mode (which means less content).
48. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 13:21 BST
Hey guys, question for you all -
I played OOT when it was released for the Gamecube, and (please don't kill me!) found that I couldn't get into it very well. Same deal with Wind Waker.I tried Four Swords and got into that a little more, and Link to the Past wasn't that bad, either.Is there any chance at all that I'll enjoy Link's Awakening? I'm guessing it's closer to FS and LttP than to OOT or WW, but that's just a guess.
49. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 13:23 BST
It is played in the same faction as the top-down Zelda's, similar to Four Swords and LttP. They're not the same games, but they are quite fun.
50. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 13:30 BST
And about how long is it?
51. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 13:59 BST
Aviator wrote:It is played in the same faction as the top-down Zelda's, similar to Four Swords and LttP. They're not the same games, but they are quite fun.And about how long is it?
7-8 hours easily. More if you arent used to the puzzles and all that Zelda stuff.
Anyways, really, this game is a must have. Its THAT good.
52. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 14:14 BST
Aviator wrote:It is played in the same faction as the top-down Zelda's, similar to Four Swords and LttP. They're not the same games, but they are quite fun.And about how long is it?7-8 hours easily. More if you arent used to the puzzles and all that Zelda stuff.Anyways, really, this game is a must have. Its THAT good.
Well if it's that good, then I suppose I should buy it when I return home tomorrow =3
53. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 14:32 BST
You can easily put in 20+ hours on this, if you obsess about all secrets and finding all of the hidden shells, etc. I like to take my time in Zelda games and just explore, play, and have fun with finding secrets — instead of dashing to the next dungeon — so I can easily put in even more hours than that.
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54. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 14:49 BST
The first time I played the game It took probably 25 hours to finish it. This was without a guide of any kind. I know the game like the back of my hand now. I can finish it in about 8 hours. One thing I loved about it is how you can steal from the shop in the starting village. How many Zelda games let you do that? Only down side to that is every character you meet will call you theif afterward. This is probably my all time favorite Gameboy game. Most games on that system felt like half assed ports of Nes games. Not Link's awakening though. It's a full on original Zelda Experience. Something you'll never forget.
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55. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 14:58 BST
I've been using the circle pad. To quote one of the neighbours from Animal Crossing:"It makes my old games feel like new!"
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56. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 18:08 BST
The original b&w version has a extremely fun glitch that was removed for the DX version.
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57. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 18:15 BST
"Wow! This looks pretty heavy! You won't be able to lift it with just your bare hands.."
I forgot about this endlessly-repeated nugget of wisdom early in the game.
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58. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 18:32 BST
Does anyone think it's just a matter of time till they release Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages on the VC? (Drool)
59. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 20:03 BST
Anyone become a thief?
60. Posted: Wed 8th Jun 2011 23:35 BST
i did, but then i felt guilty and went back in time.
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