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841. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 09:41 GMT
weird adam wrote:
I didn't get the crazy cat thing. Seemed pointless and random. Maybe there was some secret to it, but I didn't figure it out, just kept going after I threw it off a cliff.
I did the exact same thing, lol
Also, Fi, I REALLY hate you... your talent for stating the obvious is completely unmatched, thanks for treating me like a total idiot
842. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 12:45 GMT
I hate Fi, too. Not necessarily for those reasons, but she seems totally out of place. Why did Nintendo think it would make sense to give her the same personality of a talking computer and a voice to go with it? I don't get it.
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843. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 13:03 GMT
Definitely not a fan of Fi, but so far I'd say that's my only complaint.
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844. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 13:13 GMT
I guess if the biggest complaint about the game is that Fi is annoying, then that's not such a bad thing lolCan't wait to get my copy when it comes out here on Thursday!At least Super Mario 3D Land appears to have broken its street date so I can go and pick that up in the morning for something to do for a couple of days.
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845. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 13:29 GMT
I like Fi..... EDIT: I fell like she contrasts the other characters, and after the first couple hours you don't have to talk to her when she's going to state the obvious.
Edited on Mon 21st November, 2011 @ 13:35 by RogueBologna
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846. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 13:32 GMT
I think the Cat thing was just that one random encounter. Miyamoto likes cats.
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847. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 15:13 GMT
Actually, if you go out at night later, you will see there are lots of evil cats, so it wasn't random. It just seemed weird because you see only one and assume it is Zelda's.
848. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 16:22 GMT
I've just entered the second dungeon (after tooling up with a pouch, and potions).
When you ask Fi for help, does she spoil it for you and tell you exactly what you're supposed to do? I ask because I was hopelessly stuck at two points before getting to the dungeon entrance but didn't want to be told exactly what to do.
I'm enjoying it so far - even though I play it in my small bedroom with little space to swing (crucially, I sit too close, due to the little space I have). Yet even then, unlike the Gamespot reviewer, I am (more or less) able to get some accuracy out of the controls. I like how easy it is to recalibrate too - particularly the pointer.
Edited on Mon 21st November, 2011 @ 16:23 by edhe
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849. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 16:28 GMT
When you ask Fi for help, does she spoil it for you and tell you exactly what you're supposed to do?
Eh, not really.
And I like Fi, she's like a computer if computers were mythical entities.
Edited on Mon 21st November, 2011 @ 16:44 by irken004
850. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 16:33 GMT
Ugh, anyone else having major trouble with the Wii Remote detecting a Skyward Strike? It took me like two minutes for it to react for me
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851. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 16:43 GMT
Making a few strong vertical slices supposedly resets the accuracy, if that helps.
852. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 17:05 GMT
People hate Fi!!!??? Not as good as Midna was, but definitely far better than Navi ever was!
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853. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 17:38 GMT
I haven't played enough to make a decision on whether I like Fi or not - that's assuming she gets some exposition, and she isn't just there to help you through the game (by reminding you how to dowse).
My favourite characters include the Junk Shop Owner, the Seer with the beautiful eyes, Goose the bully (I think that's his name), and the potion shop dad. There are some likeable characters, but my favourite of all is the Junk Shop Owner.
854. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 17:51 GMT
The first boss battle of the game is awe-inspiring. This is the kind of thing I want to see in a Zelda game.
855. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 18:17 GMT
I'm gonna try to avoid fighting Remlits if I can. They're basically innocent creatures being possessed by evil forces. D:
Groose and his gang are the best rivals Link has ever had. Dat theme song! <3
Also, I like Fi. And Midna. And the fairies. >:V
Edited on Mon 21st November, 2011 @ 18:21 by TwilightV
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856. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 18:50 GMT
...So glad Fi tells you about all of the enemies, in Twilight Princess you knew nothing and in Wind Waker you had to take pictures of them and all that stuff. xD
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857. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 18:55 GMT
@ EurekaActually I think in Twilight Princess Midna would tell you about enemies if you target them while talking to her.
Edited on Mon 21st November, 2011 @ 20:02 by Link79
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858. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 18:56 GMT
Finished it yesterday and loved most of it's aspects (except for the third act, which felt like it tried to drag the climax a bit further...) Ghirahim is a really cool character, one of my favorite villains with Zant. Fi... well she can get a bit annoying, but I really had the overall feeling she wasn't really there (especially since I left her hidden under the D-Pad for all the game... that helps not making a connection ^^'). Oh and some of the music are fantastic to listen to and they really give me some energy (like this one, which isn't really a spoiler, since you hear it in the first hour or so : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0i8M7A6zI3U&feature=channe...
The thing I loved most was that it nearly was 75% puzzles (on the main quest anyway), being the riddle junkie that I am, I felt delighted ^^
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859. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 19:03 GMT
@Red-acteur How on earth have you already finished it? I've had it since Friday and have been playing for quite a lengthy time, and I'm only in the second dungeon! How many dungeons are there?
860. Posted: Mon 21st Nov 2011 19:22 GMT
My copy from Amazon wont be delivered here until later this week... This sucks.
At least the PC version of Arkham City is coming out tomorrow, so I have that and a few other games that I can play until my copy gets here.
Edited on Mon 21st November, 2011 @ 21:18 by Link-Hero
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