Zelda: UO Epis:7

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This is the BETA version of Zelda UO.

To follow the final version of the story, visit us here: www.whookos.com


Nice work

Its hard to get this started off with the right words, so ill just go ahead and say that I have had some fun with this entry, you pushed the efforts, and showed us some interesting things, now ofcourse there were a few issues were things could be better, but overall I thought you did a good job on this one and showed some effort thruout the entry. This was prettygood, the artwork and characters are pretty impressive the animation was notbad, I think the only issue I had was the "VOICES" they are notbad but could be better. So after seeing this a few times I thought it was alright some stuff I was not too fond of but other stuff I really liked what you showed here, and theres even more potential to it aswell.

This was certainly A decent film here, I do Recommend Some Tweaking, on the improvment side of things, theres not much to say on the matter since most of it was pretty straight forward but. The voices could be better more actiong on the parts or something to give more improvemenst in that aspect of things.


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Rina-chan has quite the tendency to voice Princess Zelda, doesn't she? Thanks for the sneak peek to the events of the final product of Unknown Origins.

WHY DOESNT MORE STUFF LIKE THIS EXIST?! I just want to say I just started watching this series from here and I just love it! Its just so anime and its not trying to be anything, but still takes place in the so immense zelda universe. I have actually been trying to make something like this taking place in the skyward sword timeline just because there just isnt enough of stuff like this

I seem to see a Fourth Triangle in most of the shields during the weaponsmith scene, much like the one in Ocarina of Time.

wow bad timing on ending it

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4.39 / 5.00

Feb 19, 2009
1:02 AM EST
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