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Thought we'd get it up nice and early for once.
We'd like to know what's your favourite Zelda game?
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Definitely Wind Waker. None of this top down handheld rubbish or dark foreboding graphics. Just bright cartoony Nintendo fun.
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Gawd. Noughts'n'crosses, off the end of Terrahawks. Other than that? Uh-uuuuh...
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a link to the past....first one i played, and played, and played and played and played..........
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Twilight Princess (on the Wii).
I know it's just a cube game with a few bells and whistles, but...
Fantastic game made even better by the Wii controls.
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Links Crossbow Training.
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I second The Wind Waker. I don't care about the criticism that came from the fans of the series who were disappointed by the cel shaded graphics. Imo the presentation is excellent & so is the gameplay.
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N64 Ocarina of time, as its the only one I ever owned.
Sad but true...
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probably the minish cap, the dungeons are really clever, and link looks just adorable ^.^ side note: no i'm not gay...lol
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Link to the Past, which also happens to be my favourite game of all time. Set the standard for all the Zelda games to follow, laid the groundwork for how to construct puzzles and dungeons, uses the light/dark world switching well and has the most dungeons of any Zelda game. Oh, and it introduced being able to abuse the chickens (to your detriment)...
Lie with passion and be forever damned...
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The Master wrote:Gawd. Noughts'n'crosses, off the end of Terrahawks. Other than that? Uh-uuuuh...
Damn you, i wish
i'd thought of that one!!
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Orcarina of Time
Riding around Hyrule Field on Epona is one of my all-time favourite gaming moments
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"Game over , boys!"
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Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. It's so epic that you wandered around, and around, and around...
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It has to be Link to the Past. It's the only one that I still return to even now. Ocarina was good but that water temple.......
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