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Octane

@iKhan Should I start an online petition?

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iKhan

Octane wrote:

Should I start an online petition?

Petition? This is an absolute outrage, we need to start an entire movement like Operation Rainfall.

I propose Operation Lawnmower

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Eel

Ok ok guys, let's think this rationally!

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shadow-wolf

Does anyone know if it has ever been mentioned (either online or in the Treehouse gameplay streams) whether the chamber dungeons can be shared with others over the internet or not?

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Grumblevolcano

@shadow-wolf It hasn't been mentioned yet but could be an announcement for later on.

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Tyranexx

For Oracle companions/mounts: Dimitri > Ricky > Moosh. I like all three, but I always found Moosh's controls to be a bit clunky. Dimitri is adorable, and I may have a preference for cute monster lizards. 😉

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Eel

Dimitri>Mosh>Ricky for me

Learned to like Mosh since he’s the default permanent animal friend in Ages and his flutter is definitely useful at times, but Dimitri is easily the coolest one, even if his usability is rather limited.

Ricky, well, I guess I am biased since I played Ages first, and Ricky is not Dimitri... Soo...

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Dezzy

I wonder if the fact that it's being made by Grezzo will make the Oracle games more likely?
They are essentially a port/remaster developer after all. Whereas if it was done in-house by Nintendo, they might be more likely to want staff to move onto something original next.

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BougieBeetle

I think Dmitri can do some interesting sequence breaks since you can swim early with him, so in that sense he would be more efficient than the others.

But how can you top a flying blue bear, folks? You can't do it.

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Eel

At most he gets you to one or two gasha seed spots earlier, I think.

Labrynna is quite well barred off, so Dimitri can't really do anything meaningful besides give you an early tour of the sea.

And Holodrum doesn't even have any major body of water to explore.

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Tyranexx

I started with Ages (received a used GBC cart as a gift several years ago) and then did the full game sequence on the 3DS VC, rings and all. I ended up with Dimitri as my initial partner each time. I've always been a rupee collecting fiend. =3

I prefer Oracle of Ages overall, but both games are decent in their own right.

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iKhan

Dezzy wrote:

I wonder if the fact that it's being made by Grezzo will make the Oracle games more likely?
They are essentially a port/remaster developer after all. Whereas if it was done in-house by Nintendo, they might be more likely to want staff to move onto something original next.

I agree. It might be a few years like what happened with Majora's Mask, but given that they have a lot of the assets, I think it's fairly likely that Nintendo will ask them to fill in a Zelda gap year with the Oracle games.

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Dezzy

Especially with these 2D-styled games, I don't think most people absolutely need a new art style every game.
They could literally reuse the same engine and art assets and I'm pretty sure most people would be fine with it. Especially if they did Seasons and Ages together as a single product.

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ralphdibny

Nintendo UK store pre orders are finally live!! I saw them updating it with more stuff (rupee lights) and kept refreshing the page so I could beat those scalpers to it!!!!!!!

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SepticLemon

Nice! I noticed that on the store too!

I even picked up the Red Rupee Lamp edition too!

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Dezzy

I still want to see more stuff added for this to be worth a full price purchase tbh.
I'm stingey!
At least give us a new dungeon or something.

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Eel

It's funny how I thought the bomb arrows were something new to this version, but you could absolutely do that in the original.

I just... Never found out.

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DarthNocturnal

Yeah, bomb arrows were the only other item combo aside from Pegasus Boots + Roc's Feather. I never really bothered though. The button limitations might've had something to do with that.

It was nice to see them come back in Twilight Princess.

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Dezzy

I don't remember using bomb arrows at all. Was there any benefit to doing that? Why would they make something that cool superfluous?

I hope the next BotW allows some kind of bomb/arrow combination. I know they already have explosive arrows, but they could make it more advanced. Like an arrow shoots a bomb, which then turns into a regular bomb that you can explode manually. So you can shoot it into a particular place, then it rolls away or stays depending on its shape.

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