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10-11-01, 07:39 AM
I downloaded a gameboy color emulator and both of the new Zelda games last week. I was surprised. These games are actually a lot of fun and I'm enjoying them just as much as I enjoyed the Link to the Past on the SNES. If you like Zelda and haven't tried these games but want to then give them a shot. I actually enjoy them more than Ocarina of Time. You can download the emulator and both games in under 20 minutes on a 56K modem. I like Oracle of Ages a little better so far. I'm half way through both. I switch back in forth when the other is frustrating me. Here's the link and let me know if you try them and like them.
<br /><a href="http://gbxemu.com/" target="_blank">http://gbxemu.com/</a>
You are supposed to play them one at a time. After you play one, you play the other, then while playing the other, you go back to the first one with "secrets" which allow you to do more, meet more people, and so on. Also, if you play them one at a time, you can get up to a level 4 sword I think. You start the second with level 2. <img src="smile.gif" border="0">
My favorite has still been Link to the past. Followed by Links Awakening (original gameboy zelda), then Ocrinia of time, then these two new ones. i liked the original, but, I was a little too young to totally appriciate it. I hated... HATED majoras mask. I only plaed through the first dungeon then quit. It was so stupid. the whole mask thing pissed me off.
[quote]Originally posted by Kermit:<br /><strong>I hated... HATED majoras mask. I only plaed through the first dungeon then quit. It was so stupid. the whole mask thing pissed me off.</strong><hr></blockquote>
Ditto, I despise that game. I was so pumped to get it after playing ocarina of time (which kicks ass) that it made the disappointment that much greater <img src="frown.gif" border="0">
Plus the new gamecube zelda is gonna be some crappy looking animated thing. WTF is up with that??? Someone must be bent on ruining the whole zelda series from here on out...
[ 10-19-2001: Message manhandled by: Bill ]</p>
10-19-01, 10:52 PM
I have The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Time still sealed, the actual game,
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