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Gregor

Electricmastro wrote:

So what did you name Blossom's son? I named him Jon.

Lol youre so lazy. Aren't there enough Johns?

It's a fez. I wear a fez now. Fezes are cool, just like bowties.

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Whopper744

Electricmastro wrote:

So what did you name Blossom's son? I named him Jon.

Named him Yoshi. I really wanted to think of something funny but somehow ended up with my old time favorite character's name instead.

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RevolverLink

Fusion14 wrote:

Electricmastro wrote:

So what did you name Blossom's son? I named him Jon.

Lol youre so lazy. Aren't there enough Johns?

There are too many Jons, yes, but no, there are not nearly enough Johns.

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Electricmastro

Fusion14 wrote:

Electricmastro wrote:

So what did you name Blossom's son? I named him Jon.

Lol youre so lazy. Aren't there enough Johns?

There aren't enough people named Jonathan Jafari, i'll tell you that much.

So anyway, who else is playing Ages/Seasons for the very first time? I just finished the second dungeon.

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Electricmastro

Link's Awakening turns 20 years old today!

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Varia01

A good starter game would be Link to the Past for the classic games while Ocarina of Time is a great 3D Zelda game to start off with. Both games are great.

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Electricmastro

Varia01 wrote:

A good starter game would be Link to the Past for the classic games while Ocarina of Time is a great 3D Zelda game to start off with. Both games are great.

Any 90's Zelda game aside from CDi is a good solid first impression.

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Electricmastro

As of this very moment, thanks to 3DSVC, I now own 13 of the 16 main Zelda games. The only games I don't own are the Four Swords Trilogy, Four Swords GBA (I do own the DSi anniversary edition though), Four Swords Adventures, and The Minish Cap.

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Fikachu

My brother has beaten Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask

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Hamzilla22

Hey guys i recently saw a video on youtube about Zelda and thought it was funny. [youtube:3opjZ2NXFfQ]

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Electricmastro

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Xyphon22

Alright, I need some opinions here. I recently beat Oracle of Seasons, the last Zelda game I had never beaten! Now I am reading Hyrule Historia (I had been putting it off to avoid spoilers) and when I am done, I am going to start my lifelong mission of 100%ing every Zelda game in chronological order (and by that I mean that it will probably take me my whole life, not that it has been my mission for my whole life). Looking through Historia, though, and seeing all the Wind Waker things that influenced people and other design decisions in Skyward Sword, I noticed that I remember practically nothing about Wind Waker. Nothing was familiar to me. So I'm wondering, should I put off my mission, concentrate on Xenoblade (which I'm currently playing) for the next couple months, play Wind Waker HD when it comes out on Normal, and then start my mission and play Wind Waker on Hero Mode when I get to it? Or should I just go ahead and start my mission now, knowing it will be a very, very, very long time before I ever get to Wind Waker HD (since it's one of the last games in the timeline)?

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iKhan

Resurrecting this ancient thread.

What's your favorite/least favorite Zelda?

For me:
Favorite: Twilight Princess
Least: Link's Awakening

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Dreamz

I'm currently working my way through Skyward Sword and haven't played Twilight Princess yet, so this may change after that.

Favorite: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. This game took everything that was great about the original and cranked it up to 11. The best part is, it still holds up - I went back and played the game again a few months ago, and it was fantastic. I was particularly blown away by the graphics - they were fantastic back during the SNES era, and they're still beautiful today. To me, how well it holds up is what gives it the edge over Ocarina of Time (which is a very, very close second.).

Least: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. While I don't mind side-scrolling per se, in a Legend of Zelda title it just didn't do it for me. The difficulty curve looked like a sine wave. Too many of the annoying variety of RPG elements. Link's Awakening was a close runner up.

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Miss_Dark

Favorite: status quo between twilight princess and link's awakening
Least: oracle of ages

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Dezzy

Favourite: Ocarina of Time 3D
A game that completely revolutionised nearly everything about gaming in 1998. Hyrule was the closest thing to a 3D open-world that existed back then. The sheer amount of gameplay ideas that were pioneered by this game was remarkable (child/adult link, day and night, Z-targeting, automatic jump, learning/playing music, horse riding, fishing etc etc). The balance between story and gameplay was perfect, something that nearly every other Zelda game (except Windwaker) has struggled with.) and the pacing was top-notch.
To top it all off, this is perhaps the best remake I've ever played. They adjusted just enough to make it play a bit better and make it easier on the eyes without it feeling like a different game.

Least Favourite: Spirit Tracks
It felt completely uninspired and just stunk of "we need another Zelda game, quick!". Gameplay-wise it did almost nothing new after Phantom Hourglass (the only thing I liked was the whip). The world felt incredibly generic and completely fragmented for a Zelda world. The train got boring after about an hour and the flute mechanic didn't work properly, even on a brand new 3DS. One of the music sections at the end of a temple took me 30 minutes to succeed at.

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citizenerased

Favourite: Skyward Sword.
The most refined. The best combat system in any game I've ever played. Flying felt fantastic. It has the best boss fights in any Zelda game. All items genuinely get used throughout the entire game. It's charming. It's dense. Link is more agile than ever before! It's not super difficult, but at least it's not the pushover that Wind Waker and Twilight Princess were. I just wish there was a little bit more to do in the sky!

Least favourite: Phantom Hourglass.
Apart from introducing very little new (touch controls are okay), the Temple of the Ocean King is probably the worst thing in any Zelda.

I haven't played the Oracles or Majora's Mask yet. Hoping for a 3DS remake on the latter.

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Gamecubed

Favourite - Wind Waker
It dared to be different. I loved the gameplay. I loved the sailing. I thought it was a nice looking game and the original version still holds up today. I liked that Link's original intentions were to save his sister and how it snowballs into a grand adventure as well.

Least Favourite - Twilight Princess
It was fan service, in my opinion. And it was boring. I still don't care about those stupid kids!

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