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Is TP the worst of the main 3D Zelda?

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No 434 79.49%
 
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Maraccuda said:
1-Pretty sure collecting bugs was a side quest

2-The game is a port of from the GC, so just play that one instead. Problem solved.

3-The Hyrule is essentially the same as Ocarina Hyrule. Twilight Princess is set after Ocarina of Time. And I liked the neon shadows of the Twilight, looked cool.

Things I will say about Twilight Princess is that its too easy. Im not saying make enemies take more damage or dish it out more, but make the bosses have move patterns that dont leave them open to attack every single time.


The bug collecting was required



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ExplodingBlock said:
Maraccuda said:
1-Pretty sure collecting bugs was a side quest

2-The game is a port of from the GC, so just play that one instead. Problem solved.

3-The Hyrule is essentially the same as Ocarina Hyrule. Twilight Princess is set after Ocarina of Time. And I liked the neon shadows of the Twilight, looked cool.

Things I will say about Twilight Princess is that its too easy. Im not saying make enemies take more damage or dish it out more, but make the bosses have move patterns that dont leave them open to attack every single time.


The bug collecting was required

Was it? I honestly cant remember. Been like 8 years. I thought after the first few bugs... OH I was thinking of Agithas bugs, not the Twilight generating bugs (if there was such a thing).



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POE said:

My top tracks in Skyward Sword gotta be: (SPOILERS maybe)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weT8_6nqaCE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_9dlCffVn4 *

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEbFLSfHqQ8 *

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zR-rX20UCHE

* Bloody hell these scenes got to me, especially the Skipper's Shack, with the letter from his crew thanking him, his home left to the elements and full of sand, and his family lying around derelict. :(

That game is a master piece. It made my cry at the and :(

It really speaks to Nintendo's game-making magic that even with low res graphics, no dialogue, and non-human characters, the Skipper's Shack nearly moved me to tears.



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AshKetchum1992 said:

I think The Wind Waker is the worst but still good: worst dungeons (and the last two feel like escort missions with you having to protect Medli and that little leaf-like thing), the ocean is huge but it feels empty because most islands are tiny and many of them feel pointless (just look at the eye-reef islands, they're all practically the same and don't have nothing interesting), sailing is tedious because you have to change the wind direction every time you want to change the direction of the boat, the game is really easy and a lot of time you'll be doing nothing more than pushing the analog stick to move the boat from one island to another, it lacks any challenge and the biggest of all flaws: the horrible tri-force parts fetch quest, where you have to find the maps used to find the maps used to find the tri-force pieces...

Edit: funny how some people just say "x" is the worst but don't give any arguments

Couldn't agree more.  To elaborate on the "too easy" point: combat in WW is as simple as "just press A when I tell you".  



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I think you're thinking of Skyward Sword. Very linear, filled with fetch quests, no true overworld, bad controls, no night and day, restricted movement, etc etc



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Really? I found OoT to have one of the fastest starts. Less than 1 hour in and you're already in the first dungeon. Compare that to TP, which takes like 2-3 hours until you're in the Forest Temple.


more like less than 10 minutes. get sword and sheild and boom off you go.

in twilight princess it takes 3 hours just to get to the forest temple and that really stops me from ever replaying that game.



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toot1231 said:

Really? I found OoT to have one of the fastest starts. Less than 1 hour in and you're already in the first dungeon. Compare that to TP, which takes like 2-3 hours until you're in the Forest Temple.


more like less than 10 minutes. get sword and sheild and boom off you go.

in twilight princess it takes 3 hours just to get to the forest temple and that really stops me from ever replaying that game.

Well I was just thinking more in terms of someone who's playing OoT for the first time. For me, yeah, it would take like 10-15 minutes,



Bman54 said:
toot1231 said:

Really? I found OoT to have one of the fastest starts. Less than 1 hour in and you're already in the first dungeon. Compare that to TP, which takes like 2-3 hours until you're in the Forest Temple.


more like less than 10 minutes. get sword and sheild and boom off you go.

in twilight princess it takes 3 hours just to get to the forest temple and that really stops me from ever replaying that game.

Well I was just thinking more in terms of someone who's playing OoT for the first time. For me, yeah, it would take like 10-15 minutes,

still even if its your first time I highly doubt unless you are like a 4 year old that it will take an hour lol. but yea. When people complain about OOT's start I wonder if they actually ever played the game.



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toot1231 said:
Bman54 said:
toot1231 said:

Really? I found OoT to have one of the fastest starts. Less than 1 hour in and you're already in the first dungeon. Compare that to TP, which takes like 2-3 hours until you're in the Forest Temple.


more like less than 10 minutes. get sword and sheild and boom off you go.

in twilight princess it takes 3 hours just to get to the forest temple and that really stops me from ever replaying that game.

Well I was just thinking more in terms of someone who's playing OoT for the first time. For me, yeah, it would take like 10-15 minutes,

still even if its your first time I highly doubt unless you are like a 4 year old that it will take an hour lol. but yea. When people complain about OOT's start I wonder if they actually ever played the game.

Well I did say less than 1 hour. :P

But yeah, the guy I was responding to was saying how i's when you become Adult Link (which is like 5-6 hours in) that the game really got interesting and that the Child Link stuff was a slow start. But whatever your thoughts are about the Child Link parts are, whether you think they were good or bad, you can't call all that the start. That is not the start, that is 1/3 of the entire game. Typically, for Zelda, the start is how long it takes to get to the first dungeon, and OoT is one of the fastest at getting you to that.