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d21lewis said:
I only played it on Gamecube so I don't know how well the motion controls hold up. The GC version was fantastic, though. Graphics were touted as among the GC's best at the time but look like poop, now. However, once you get into the game, how it looks won't matter. That's how Zelda games are.

the GameCube version is awesomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee



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Miyamotoo said:
Zappykins said:
I played it, and enjoyed it, but in all honestly I think you might enjoy Skyrim more. It has some similar puzzles and hold up much better.

Skyrim!?

Has nothing with Zelda games, except sword, shield, bow and horse.

 Even the underground puzzles look silimar.

Plus mytical creatures, visitng villages, a castle, talking with people, going to a bar...



 

Really not sure I see any point of Consol over PC's since Kinect, Wii and other alternative ways to play have been abandoned. 

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Zappykins said:
Miyamotoo said:
Zappykins said:
I played it, and enjoyed it, but in all honestly I think you might enjoy Skyrim more. It has some similar puzzles and hold up much better.

Skyrim!?

Has nothing with Zelda games, except sword, shield, bow and horse.

 Even the underground puzzles look silimar.

Plus mytical creatures, visitng villages, a castle, talking with people, going to a bar...

You can say that for every similar game, Witcher, Dark Souls...but Zelda games are always very unique.



If you can find a copy, play it on a gamecube on a CRT. Gamecube games still look pretty good imo(especially Nintendo ones) and they look a little better on CRT's instead of being stretched and upscaled to fit onto your HDTV set.



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