At 6/4/10 02:16 AM, KirbyX1000 wrote:
Yeah i have played that one before, completed it in less than a week i believe,lol, anyway what consoles can you get that game on again, i have: PS2, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS and a Gameboy Advance SP...oh and of course a PC,lol
It was originally for the SNES, but they released a version for the Gameboy Advance which also had Four Swords Adventures. FSA is unplayable if you don't have a link cable though =/
I think it was also released on the Wii. On the Virtual Console? Not sure how that works, but I know it was available for the Wii.
At 6/4/10 07:05 AM, Decky1991 wrote:
I always liked the 3D Zeldas better then any of the 2D ones. Theres no question that Ocarina of Time was a brilliant game but I also enjoyed Majora's Mask and Wind Waker. Even if it did take me a while to get my head around the more cartoony graphics of Wind Waker.
Yeah the cartoon graphics took some time to get used to. I also think WW was really easy when it came to puzzles.
Haven't played any of the Zeldas on the Wii
I think Twilight Princess was a good game. Didn't enjoy it as much as OoT and MM, but it is definitely a good Zelda game. It's also available for the Gamecube by the way and I personally thought that game played better with an ordinary controller than with the motion sensor thing. So try to get it on the Gamecube ;)
mainly because I refuse to play on one, I know this is the Nintendo Club but I simply don't like the Wii. I hope that Nintendo drop the whole motion sensor thing and make a simple "old fasioned" console like the N64 or the Gamecube.
Hmm that would be taking a step backwards. I personally liked the idea and it is quite fun in games like Wii Sports. For most other games it still felt like I was holding an ordinary controller though, but the motion sensor thing didn't bother me at least.
Anyway, I hope they will continue with developing new technologies like that until they go to virtual reality :)