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WhiteNoise17

Xiao_Pai wrote:

Not really, can't think of anything....Most of it are just silly mistakes. The last one I could think of is that time in Rune Factory 4 where I threw a bird at Dolce. lol

Dude I used to do that to everyone but I was afraid that it lowered your friendship with people so I stopped and just did it to unimportant NPCs

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WhiteNoise17

In the Legend of Zelda collectors addition while playing OoT I didn't know that there was a set order to complete the dungeons as an adult so after getting the hook shot I went on to complete the Fire Temple then the Forest Temple but I locked myself out of a room to the boss key in the Water Temple so I didn't beat the game until I got the 3DS version In 2012.

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Yoshi

WhiteNoise17 wrote:

In the Legend of Zelda collectors addition while playing OoT I didn't know that there was a set order to complete the dungeons as an adult so after getting the hook shot I went on to complete the Fire Temple then the Forest temple but I locked myself out of a room to the boss key so I didn't beat the game until I got the 3DS version In 2012.

Is it...even possible to lock yourself out of a room?

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WhiteNoise17

brewsky wrote:

WhiteNoise17 wrote:

In the Legend of Zelda collectors addition while playing OoT I didn't know that there was a set order to complete the dungeons as an adult so after getting the hook shot I went on to complete the Fire Temple then the Forest temple but I locked myself out of a room to the boss key so I didn't beat the game until I got the 3DS version In 2012.

Is it...even possible to lock yourself out of a room?

Yeah its not a room but a hallway I think with a giant block and if you push it rather than pull it it'll keep you from advancing in the dungeon I tried everything to get passed it but it didn't work and i didn't want to restart the game so I stopped playing it. I believe they fixed it in the 3DS addition but I don't remember.

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SCRAPPER392

@WhiteNoise17
There was a way to skip part of the Fire Temple, too. I can't remember exactly, but I think that all you have to do is knock down that pillar to get to Darania ASAP, then talk to him, and you don't have to unlock all the doors to get to the boss key. I know 100% that I skipped part of the dungeon, but I can't remember how. It was like they give you a key, and you have to use it on specific doors to shortcut, kind of like the Gerudo Fortress key area. That's probably the loophole that got you stuck, except it made it impossible, instead of shortening the time you have to spend to get through the duncgeon.

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GuSolarFlare

@Scar392 I did the fire temple thing on Master Quest but since I saw everything on the normal quest I thought it was normal for the MQ mode....

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SCRAPPER392

GuSolarFlare wrote:

@Scar392 I did the fire temple thing on Master Quest but since I saw everything on the normal quest I thought it was normal for the MQ mode....

That's how they expected people to play. Like I said, I can't remember exactly how I did it. I think it has to do with jumping over the fence in that fire chase area. That leads you to a door where you're on the other side of a door that has a key. You can still use the key on that door, but you're already on the side of the door that would require that key, so you can use it on another door. It might have been that you can avoid talking to Darunia, which saves you a key on the way back.

If you do it right, I think one of the Gorons will be trapped forever, and a couple rooms won't be visited, unless you want to go back and free the the Goron, but you don't really have to. Even if you get stuck, you should be able to do what I just described(in some form), to get to where another key is. Or maybe the OP didn't find one of the Goron keys(bombed wall).

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In C.O.D, where you get those really serious "Don't breathe, think or move" missions, I get bored and friendly fire. XD
Or, in the spec-ops, if there's ever a sniping mission, I get bored and start trying to quick-scope my teammate.

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GuSolarFlare wrote:

back on topic, I loved to beat the 4th gym before the third one in the original Pokémon games(and their remakes)
who needs flash anyway?

When I replay generation 3 I often find myself completing Granite Cave before beating the Dewford Gym for Flash, then just forgetting about doing it until they force me to beat it to get the fifth gym badge.

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My brother and I are messing around with Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 in the PS3. When I picked storm and my brother picked some kind of a cactus creature ( I can't remember his name.) he pulled a super combo move, then the cactus creature somehow disappears. I couldn't do anything about it so I ended up resetting the match. I guess this is a rare glitch that on Marvel Vs. Capcom 2, Did anyone encounter this before? ( I'll most of y'all probably heard of this game anyways.)

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WhiteNoise17

I know there is heartless people out there like me who does this. In games like Super Mario 64 where you can throw that baby penguin off the ledge I do it in any game that allows it.

Oh and @SCAR392 I've heard about being able to skip that but the best I could do in terms of dungeon glitching/skipping was going inside of lord Jabu Jabu as an adult.

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Choosing to sacrifice certain characters in Fire Emblem to save a different character or win a battle.

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Every irrarional thing possible I know won't work when I get stuck.

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Geonjaha

Nintendo_Ninja wrote:

Choosing to sacrifice certain characters in Fire Emblem to save a different character or win a battle.

We weren't supposed to do that? Half the fun of Fire Emblem is playing on permadeath mode and making these kind of decisions!

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GuSolarFlare

don't know if this was suposed to happen but today I was playing Link's Awakening DX and when I reached the mini/sub-boss(es) in the key cavern I left the room by accident in the middle of the fight and the mini/sub-boss died instantly when I went back to the room

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I'm surprised I haven't seen this yet..
Goofing off in Mario Kart 64. Exploring the different tracks was something I did quite often as a kid on that game. I love to see tracks like Royal Raceway remade today, but I do miss the ability to be able to explore places like the castle grounds.

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WhiteNoise17

In games where your character has unique death animations (i.e Crash Bandicoot or Dead Space) I spend a good part of the game seeing them all no matter how gruesome.

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GuSolarFlare

WhiteNoise17 wrote:

In games where your character has unique death animations (i.e Crash Bandicoot or Dead Space) I spend a good part of the game seeing them all no matter how gruesome.

then play Pokémon X/Y you'll be able to skip a whole number of 2 Pokémon that have no faint animation that's almost 0.5%!

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