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41. Posted: Thu 15th Dec 2011 18:28 GMT
That's one thing I love about Minish Cap. Such love and effort was put into this game. It has some flawless dungeons and scenes, and I really love the music and the characters in this game. I am dying currently because I can't download it yet (to play again) because NoA sucks lol
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42. Posted: Thu 15th Dec 2011 18:49 GMT
It confuses me why they bother releasing it early in some regions. It just ends up with people complaining. Simply make it fair and release it everywhere early, or at least all at once. It's not like the games arent ready yet.
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43. Posted: Thu 15th Dec 2011 18:58 GMT
I like the funny personality Ezlo has. That first mine cart in the second dungeon zooms you across the room and Ezlo freaks out. He goes...Whoa what was that! He's kind of a smart alec too.
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44. Posted: Thu 15th Dec 2011 19:04 GMT
I think it's the easiest handheld Zelda i've played. The Kinstone fusing was really annoying. There were some nice cameos though (like the Oracle versions of Nayru, Din and Farore! <3). And the new items were amazing.
Edited on Thu 15th December, 2011 @ 19:05 by TwilightV
45. Posted: Thu 15th Dec 2011 19:10 GMT
I have not played this game before, which is why I've been awaiting its arrival so eagerly. I cannot wait to boost this up on my 3DS, it will be the first game I download.
46. Posted: Fri 16th Dec 2011 01:45 GMT
It is a short game overall, but long on fun. I just replayed it fairly recently, but this time i think i'll actually try and 100% the Kinstones, which i never bothered doing on previous playthroughs.
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47. Posted: Fri 16th Dec 2011 01:49 GMT
This was my first Zelda game, and I loved it. I was fairly young and new to the genre, so I never completed it, but I loved it. Then I got Twilight Princess and my enthusiasm for he series took a hit. Hopefully when I get Skyward Sword my enthusiasm will be restored.
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48. Posted: Fri 16th Dec 2011 12:50 GMT
Is there any confirmation on what version of Minish Cap is available for EU Ambassadors? (i.e. The rushed European version with added bugs, or the USA/Japanese version with more inventory items)
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49. Posted: Fri 16th Dec 2011 13:10 GMT
This is the first I've heard of this. I have a European GBA copy of this and have never encountered a single bug. And what extra items does the US version have?
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50. Posted: Fri 16th Dec 2011 19:05 GMT
I've already beaten the game, and I loved it then.
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51. Posted: Fri 16th Dec 2011 22:39 GMT
I've only played the game when It first came out. I beat it and loved it then. Trying it again now reminds me why. It may be shorter than other Zelda games - but that's just for the main run. The fun of Minish Cap is exploring the world, getting Kinstones for new areas, finding shells and rupees in them etc. This game lets you do a lot outside of the main questline, and as such feels much more free than some other Zelda games. I recently played Link's Awakening for the first time - and although I enjoyed it, it felt too much like just going straight from dungeon to dungeon.
52. Posted: Sat 17th Dec 2011 06:07 GMT
This was my first Zelda experience, so I will always have a special place in my heart for this game. Not perfect, but an excellent handheld Zelda game and my favorite of the handheld-only Zeldas that I've played. I actually like it better than A Link to the Past, which I've only played on GBA. I wish more entries in the series actually used the "main Zelda theme" like this one does.
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53. Posted: Sat 17th Dec 2011 09:25 GMT
I made it to the last dungeon/castle/thing, and somehow lost the game. Literally, I couldn't find it. I was kind of into it, but I wasn't obsessed. I'll probably play a couple of the other GBA games before I get to the Minish Cap.
Wow?! Already?? LOL. You must have been playing for quite a while. Some people get it, some don't. I personally love this game to death. Everything about it from the dungeons to the art style of the game and the storyline. It's a great addition to the Zelda series. I'm only on Mt. Crenel but I'm slowly enjoying it and loving it still after all these years.
54. Posted: Sat 17th Dec 2011 21:27 GMT
First time playing it, just beat the first dungeon( which is super easy). I really liked the suprise of the boss fight though- not often that you can consider a Chu-Chu a boss. Also, just walking around hyrule I can see a to of places for mini me to go that i can't quite get to yet whihc kinda gives it a metroid feel to it. Hopefully the challenge ramps up a bit, but other than that its been a fun little game.
Edited on Sat 17th December, 2011 @ 21:28 by Imperfect
55. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 01:08 GMT
...lol, the mine carts in Level 2 were funny. xD
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56. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 02:16 GMT
I'm really enjoying this so far, some of the gameplay mechanics are pretty clever. Also, I love the look of the areas you go to when you shrink, with the giant leaves and acorns and such.
57. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 06:09 GMT
how do you get a light arrow because alot of people say didn't do Mt. Crenel, cloud dugeon, etc they go for the ghostbuster sidejob first iam really didn't what to do.
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58. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 09:55 GMT
short?! not really short if you fuse all the kin stones, find all the surprises, collect all the miniature figurines with the mysterious shells, and find every single item in the game. I played this game for a year when it first came out just finding everything! Its a wonderful masterpiece is what it is!
59. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 09:56 GMT
Has it rained on you yet in one of those areas? hehe... I just finished Castle of Winds and got the Ocarina!
60. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 11:10 GMT
Playing through this game for the first time (just like a few others in this thread.)
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