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1. Posted: Thu 21st May 2009 17:47 BST
When I got a Gamecube for Christmas it came with a Zelda Collectors Edition. It has The Ocarina of Time, and Majora's Mask. Since Majora's Mask came out on Monday, I have been wondering whether to download both of the games and sell my Collector's Edition.
The ones on the Gamecube have bad Gamecube controller controls and there are a lot of glitches.
P.S. I will probably also get the original Zelda, but not Zelda II.
Edited on Thu 21st May, 2009 @ 21:21 by Pastry
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2. Posted: Thu 21st May 2009 17:50 BST
hmm, tough decision
if u can get ALOT of money for the disc versions then yes, i'd sell it
3. Posted: Thu 21st May 2009 17:57 BST
hmm, tough decisionif u can get ALOT of money for the disc versions then yes, i'd sell it
I checked on eBay, it sells for an average of $30 to $35.
4. Posted: Thu 21st May 2009 18:09 BST
Sell the disc and get both on VC. Both N64 games have better emulation on VC(even though Oot wasn't so bad) and the NES Zeldas sucked with a GameCube controller. Plus, You'll never have to put the disc in anymore and just play the game without having to get off of your fat.
5. Posted: Thu 21st May 2009 18:12 BST
I'd do it, if you have an SD card to put them on. N64 games take up a lot of space. I haven't played these on VC yet, but I don't find N64 controls translate that badly to Classic Controller except maybe Star Fox (I got used to it though). Zelda though doesn't require a lot of buttons. The C buttons are not needed for precise timing or anything, so even if they're hard to reach on Classic, it shouldn't matter. Z, A, and B are all you need instant access to, I think, so that should be fine.
I'd say go for it. Not having to hook up GC controllers and memory cards is a great convenience, plus loading without a disc is, of course, too. There isn't a single game I wouldn't prefer downloaded than on disc, personally.
Plus, you'd be earning a bit of money you could put toward another download or two!
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6. Posted: Thu 21st May 2009 20:19 BST
I would, except that I have the N64 versions, with good save batteries
7. Posted: Thu 21st May 2009 21:16 BST
Thanks... I won't buy Zelda II so I will only be spending 2500 points, I'm sure that the game will sell for more than that.