Thursday, January 25, 2007

Legends of the Past...

Although it's too soon to say for sure, Zelda: Twilight Princess is starting to become my favorite Zelda game.

Tentatively placing Twilight Princess at the number one spot, I'd have to round out the top three with Ocarina of Time (N64) and A Link to the Past (SNES).

In Twilight Princess, I've been completely drawn into the mysterious plot and often keep playing "one more hour" just to find out what happens next. I almost feel "inside the game", something I haven't felt since Ocarina of Time...

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

La verdad es que este Zelda supera en varios aspectos a ocarine of time menos en el de traer algo nuevo a la saga. Para mí este zelda iguala al del n64 pero no lo supera.

26/1/07 11:27  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah, i agree with you completely. orcarina of time kicked ass and twilight princess is equally amazing, even if they do share many glaringly obvious similarities. My only disapointment is the lack of a shooting range. If I'm just an idiot and didn't see it someone let me know, eh?

26/1/07 15:11  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know that not many people agree with me, but I think that Wind Waker was the best Zelda. Twilight princess may just be better

27/1/07 10:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Twilight Prciness is the best the one. Wind Waker by a close second. Wait a minute,Wind Waker in 3rd place,Ocarina of time in 2nd!! And the worst has to be...I dunno. All of them rock,but which one rocks the least? Majora's Mask. Man the clock in the game pressured me too much.

27/1/07 13:15  
Anonymous Jpmaarten said...

I've played the game, and have to say:

1) for real Zelda fans this isn't a hard game ( I did it in 40 hours- no sidequests)

2)The world is to big, in OoT you saw only a few people in hyrule town, and just took the trouble to talk to all. When I got in Hyrule Town in TP I just rushed through everything, because I didn't feel like talking to thousands of people.

3) Ganon looked like shit...

4) It doesn't say how Ganondorf escaped the Sacred Realm.

5) It doesn't say how Hyrule got flooded by the gods.

I know alot of this isn't necessary, but TP was meant to fill the gaps.

I also don't get the ''Zelda Feeling'' with this game, not yet anyways. With WW and OoT and even MM I did got this feeling.

Don't think I hate the game, because I don't, it's a fun game and you could get really get addicted to it.

Greetz jpmaarten

28/1/07 05:44  
Anonymous Shmef said...

I don't think it was meant to fill in the gaps. I mean, the whole idea of Zelda is that mystique, that unknown feeling about the whole thing. Majora's Mask was my favorite for that reason. It had the most detail and diversability and intelligence that was lacking in some of the Zelda Games (I'm talking to you, Adventure of Link), and I felt that TP was great. I liked it more than Ocarina personally, just because I love the vastness and depth of the world in it.

29/1/07 23:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, it does get u sucked up ito it but I beat it in like 27 hours with sidequests...Its so short..I liked Majora's Mask better because u transform into stuff. It leaves out lots of stuff likr how the hell did Ganondorf come back? and hes uglyer than ever! Then now Link looks like he likes that fugly time princess! WTF

15/4/08 18:10  

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