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    Default The Legend of Zelda Game Series

    I've Played the first one, Adventures of Link, and currently I'm into Ocarina of Time (Thank GOD that Wii gives you that optioin to DL oldskool games).

    I'm really digging OoT, but the first one is probably classic by default without all the fancy graphics.

    What do you think?

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    The super nintendo (Link to the Past)one was amazing. Minish Cap was also enjoyable.

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    I'm stuck in Legend of the Wind Waker where the game opens up and you do quite a bit of sailing around to gather various items, because I didn't mark on my FAQ where I left off at, I hadn't played the game for about 5 years, and there's no way to tell where I'm at or where I need to go next on the open seas. I see Ebay in this game's future...

    So, the first Zelda game I played all the way through and beat was Twilight Princess. I used Gamespot's guide. I can't imagine trying to beat the temples/dungeons without any sort of guide. Even with the guide, they were ridiculously lengthy and cheap-shotty.

    So, I'm not a huge Zelda fan, but I can see the appeal...
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    I've Played the first one, Adventures of Link, and currently I'm into Ocarina of Time (Thank GOD that Wii gives you that optioin to DL oldskool games).

    I'm really digging OoT, but the first one is probably classic by default without all the fancy graphics.

    What do you think?
    I've never owned a N64, so I haven't played OoT yet. That is definitely on my games-to-play list.

    I really loved the Zelda's on the NES and SNES. The Zelda's on the gamecube I felt were both fun and frustrating. For example Twighlight Princess was extremely fun for the second half of the game, but I almost quit it after the first few hours. I found the beginning of the game to be pretty boring.
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    OoT ruled my childhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    I've never owned a N64, so I haven't played OoT yet. That is definitely on my games-to-play list.

    I really loved the Zelda's on the NES and SNES. The Zelda's on the gamecube I felt were both fun and frustrating. For example Twighlight Princess was extremely fun for the second half of the game, but I almost quit it after the first few hours. I found the beginning of the game to be pretty boring.

    If you have the Wii, you can get all those games for about $5-10 USD a pop. I figure at that price I might as well try them all out, and hold on to the ones I like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
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    I think those ads were the best in terms of competition.

    It's funny that they now are owned by Nintendo.

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    If you have a Wii, I'd seriously recommend Twilight Princess (after you finish Ocarina), and of course Majora's Mask is a must-have (pseudo)sequel to Ocarina (which I suppose you can also download for free on Wii, as it's from N64).

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    Quote Originally Posted by teslashock View Post
    If you have a Wii, I'd seriously recommend Twilight Princess (after you finish Ocarina), and of course Majora's Mask is a must-have (pseudo)sequel to Ocarina (which I suppose you can also download for free on Wii, as it's from N64).
    Good suggestions. I'll take note.

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