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User avatar #3 - FJSoldier (09/26/2013) [-]
While I don't really like Zelda, I can see why a lot of people do.
User avatar #51 to #3 - tittylovin (09/26/2013) [-]
Your avatar is oddly similar to a symbol used in a few Zelda games.
Just thought I should point that out for some reason...
User avatar #78 to #3 - battledude (09/26/2013) [-]
I think Zelda's glory comes from how good each of the first 5 games were compared to the other games of that time, so if you didn't play them back then, its unlikely you will be a big fan of the series
User avatar #101 to #3 - deadlywarrior (09/27/2013) [-]
the only user to thumb this down is minidino
User avatar #102 to #101 - minidino (09/27/2013) [-]
I'll tell you why. I see these types of comments really often here. People are sick of negative comments, so it's now really easy for people to make a comment like this and get easy thumbs. To me, this is as big an act of thumbwhoring as posting titts. For some reason, no one seems to understand it.
User avatar #181 to #102 - FJSoldier (10/04/2013) [-]
No seriously, I don't like Zelda. I played a few of the games and never really got into it, I can see why people might go ******* over a new release of one of these games but I don't really like it.
User avatar #22 to #3 - anonymoose ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
Same. I never played them other than for a few minutes in my friends house.
#50 to #3 - ilovehue ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
You, I like you.
You, I like you.
#85 to #3 - tastycrisps (09/26/2013) [-]
I respect your opinion
I respect your opinion
#111 to #3 - quoterox (09/27/2013) [-]
Zelda is one of my favorite series, but I can see why you, and others, don't like it.
Zelda is one of my favorite series, but I can see why you, and others, don't like it.
User avatar #17 to #3 - tulioandmiguel (09/26/2013) [-]
Legend of Zelda is my favorite game series of all times, but I can see how some people don't like it.
User avatar #43 to #17 - volcanicdiarrhea (09/26/2013) [-]
Whole lotta tolerance up in here.
User avatar #6 to #3 - ihaspotato ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
Are you respecting opinions on fj? What are you trying to do, break the internet?
#7 - adu (09/26/2013) [-]
Darksiders
10/10 like Zelda with the apocalypse.
User avatar #58 to #7 - chezburgadominator (09/26/2013) [-]
Waiting on the third game, any information on it?
#66 to #58 - adu (09/26/2013) [-]
THQ, former owners of the Darksiders IP, isded. Sold off all assets, including Darksiders. So no more games published by those guys.
Fortunately, the Darksiders franchise was bought by Nordic Gaming, who also hired some of the guys at Vigil (the company that actually made Darksiders 1 and 2) so it's very possible we'll see a third one. Just not soon.

"Darksiders is really big. We know we need a partner for that. An established development team that can pull out such a big action adventure. We obviously talked to former team members and, if they are free, we want to somehow involve them. If they are allowed to because, you know, some of them found other jobs or are with Crytek now," said Pollice.

He expressed that Darksiders is the franchise Nordic wants to do right by, to continue the story that's already been established. As a fan, Pollice doesn't want to mess up Darksiders and he wants to make sure that nobody else ruins what's been started in the first two games. Although, with the road ahead, he said, "I would not look for a Darksiders 3 before two years from now."


Excerpt taken from this article: www.joystiq.com/2013/06/14/nordic-games-thq-E3-darksiders/

And here's another article you might be interested in: dispatches.cheatcc.com/dispatches/372#.UkS5SdKmh8E
User avatar #70 to #66 - chezburgadominator (09/26/2013) [-]
Thank you for the quick reply and information.
User avatar #68 to #66 - adu (09/26/2013) [-]
Nordic Games* not nordic gaming... my mistake
#127 to #7 - huemotherfucker (09/27/2013) [-]
Loved the first 2 games. They really stood out from the crowd to me. Hope we get a third installment with either Fury or Strife. Shame about Vigil games though.
User avatar #19 to #7 - siveon (09/26/2013) [-]
People keep saying that, but all I ever see when I play the game is boring Hack n' Slash gameplay. The constant QTE kills are annoying too.

For anyone who's beaten the first Darksiders before, does it get any better than the first two levels or so?
User avatar #20 to #19 - adu (09/26/2013) [-]
As you upgrade your moveset and get more gear to kill things with, yes, but the combat isn't really the selling point of the game. It's okay, but not necessarily fluid or fast-paced, which is why it's more akin to Zelda than DMC.
The first Darksiders focuses on things like puzzles and dungeon exploration, and the dungeons are usually self-contained and intriguing. I'm not sure what you mean by "first two levels" but if you're talking about the streets of post-apocalyptic Earth, that's basically a hub/introductory area.
User avatar #23 to #20 - siveon (09/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, I knew that "first two levels" was a bit ambiguous, but I was talking about the when Earth goes ******** .

Thanks for that little post, I got it free on PS+ but never made it out of the Hub area. I'll go try it again sometime.
User avatar #24 to #23 - adu (09/26/2013) [-]
It starts kinda slow but gets interest later on. I personally preferred Darksiders 2 though, has more fluid combat, more combos, more RPG elements, a loot system, better exploration, ******* GORGEOUS art assets including environmental designs and soundtrack, all that.
User avatar #134 to #24 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
I've only got as far as the land of the dead on Darksiders 2 (didn't play one). I've just got the third undead general/king/guy to come with me but honestly I find myself really bored with the game.

Whilst I love the art design the story isn't all that compelling to me as I've seen a LOT of fantasy that is much better than it from what I have seen so far. The gameplay is also pretty standard and I really am getting bored with games that have uninspired undead worlds/levels. The flying ship with the two snake-things is really clever though. Great imagination put into it.

Is there anything you can say to me (hopefully minus spoilers for the two games) that would convince me to play on further?
#140 to #134 - adu (09/27/2013) [-]
So you're retrieving the helper dudes for the Lord of Bones? Yeah the conclusion of that quest is kinda frustrating kinda funny... He pretty much just kills them as soon as you bring them back, then agrees to help you anyway. From what I remember, you're actually very close to complete the Land of the Dead, which means you're about 80% of the way through the game. The way they make it look when you first enter the Tree of Life is that you have 1/4 of the game done, but really it's closer to half.

The intro and Forge Lands are like 50% of it, Land of the Dead is like 30%, Lostlight is 20%, and that one hell dimension is 10%, and then there's a final boss fight. To tell you the truth the Land of the Dead seemed like the most boring and generic to me, Lostlight was actually pretty good and had some interesting puzzle design (You basically get a portal gun, but it has very limited usability) as well as some interesting enemies (Lostlight's final boss was more interesting than game's final boss, in my opinion). Hell dimension also has some interesting enemies, but looks more generic, and is shorter than you might expect (Also has a better bossfight than final boss, but not as good as Lostlight). The story also picks up more, since you're basically running complex errands throughout most of the Land of the Dead. What you do after Land of the Dead is basically search for two different keys that open the Well of Souls, one that's being held by the angels and another by the demons. (Samael specifically, but you don't know him if you haven't played the first game)

To tell you the truth, Darksiders 2 kinda peters-out towards the end. It's still a great game for absolutely everything in the Forge Lands, because that place is ******* gorgeous. It's worth finishing though, because the rest of the game is fun and also because it ties things in with the first game (though the chronology is a bit confusing at that point).
User avatar #143 to #140 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
I see. I appreciate it.

(That said, you did put 10% too much into that summation of the game's size so I'm wondering if that's an additional level or...?)

Either way, I enjoyed the art design of the Forgelands, even if I find it's story to be pretty uninteresting compared to other stories. It's kind of a curse but I've been told my standards are set ridiculously high (though I kinda feel it's more that everything else is just ridiculously sub-par.)
User avatar #141 to #140 - adu (09/27/2013) [-]
@ snowshark
Those percentages don't add up right, so it's 50/30/15/5
User avatar #144 to #141 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
Ah. There we go.

Still, the benefits of proof-reading, eh?

Like the icon. I forget his name but I love his musical number.
#145 to #144 - adu (09/27/2013) [-]
His name is RICHARD! Chief Warlock of the Brothers of Darkness, Lord of the Thirteen Hells, Master of the Bones, Emperor of the Black, Lord of the Undead, Lord of the Dance, and mayor of a little village up the coast which is quite scenic in Spring.
(He's from the webcomic Looking for Group.)
User avatar #151 to #145 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
That's it!

I've fallen out of the WoW community of late and so has most of my knowledge of it. I got an authenticator and now I can't log into my account since the authenticator won't synch with my account meaning I've got to basically send a copy of my driver's licence/passport to Blizzard and I'm just not comfortable with that, so no more WoW for me it seems. Kind of a bummer but it was never a huge part of my life.

Still, Richard is hilarious. Black comedy at it's best.
User avatar #154 to #151 - adu (09/27/2013) [-]
LFG is somewhat inspired by, but not actually affiliated with WoW. I've personally never played WoW myself. My childhood was wasted on Runescape.
User avatar #155 to #154 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
No time you enjoy wasting is ever truly wasted.
User avatar #156 to #155 - adu (09/27/2013) [-]
Ahh, that's one of my personal mottos, almost word for word. Problem is, there's a LOT of hours that I've played Runescape, and for a very large portion of it I wasn't really having fun. I was a long-time veteran so it was hard to let go, but I gave it up, and after that point saw no real reason to try other grindy MMO's.

I tried a bit of Old Republic for the story, but I just hate the combat system... looking forward to Elder Scrolls Online though!
User avatar #157 to #156 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
Honestly, I gotta agree there. Whilst I've never cared overly for the Elder Scrolls lore (it seems very traditional and uninspired in a lot of places, mainly because it is) I've found the ES world is a fantastic place to generate stories and if it generates a strong RP community I might even consider getting the game.

I like my games to feel personal and the ES games are very good at that. I just hope that feeling can carry over to an MMO experience. I'm expectant of it being good and worth my money but very, very wary of the worst-case scenarios.
#158 to #157 - adu (09/27/2013) [-]
Yeah, I'm hoping it doesn't get WoW-clone or cash-cow syndrome. I'm personally a lore nerd when it comes to that game... whether I'm the Neravarine, the reincarnation of Indoril Neravar; the Hero of Kvatch, 7th Champion of Cyrodiil; or the Dovahkiin, blessed by Akatosh himself, I am always reading every unfamiliar book I find and searching for exposition inside of dusty caves, warm taverns, cold libraries or bandit corpses. The disappearance of the Dwemer, one of the biggest lore mysteries of Tamriel, is pretty much explained in bits and pieces throughout Morrowind and Skyrim. (The important bits are explained in The Egg of Time, the histories of the Battle of Red Mountain, and Arniel's experiments at the College of Winterhold)
Personally, I just find it amazing that a mystery like that can be strewn across multiple games, each with optional quests dropping hints and tidbits here and there. In my opinion the plane of Mundus and all that is to be found on Nirn (Tamriel especially) is far from generic. I've put maybe a total of 2,000 hours into Elder Scrolls games and lore since Morrowind.
User avatar #159 to #158 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
What I've seen it is generic, but very, very -good- generic. You've got various different kinds of elves, some orcs and other very basic fantasy elements along with the customary unique races like Argonian and Khajit (which is basically just humans + cats/gekos in terms of design.)

The elves are up their own arses, the orcs are brutes with a strong sense of honour you get the idea. It is a very generic setup but where ES gets it's credit is the depth to which it goes to fill out the universe, as you said.

The daedric princes are very simple constructs in that it's just lots of differently motivated demons and even the dwemer are pretty standard steampunk in terms of design. But how that is all implemented, the stories told with them and the manner of telling those stories are what makes the Elder Scrolls stand out.

I find Darksiders is a game where the substance is all in the style whilst Elder Scrolls has all of it's style buried in it's substance. To really 'get' the game you have to dive right on into it head-first and get immersed in it.

Generic isn't an insult. It's an observation and one that really does apply to the Elder Scrolls series when you place it next to far more diverse and stylised series like Warcraft or Warhammer but it's down-to-earth "I'm here to tell a good story" mentality and focus on keeping things fairly realistic rather than going to the heavens and back with over-the-top magic and designs is why the Elder Scrolls is here.

It's not 'a' generic mythos. It's 'THE' generic mythos and nobody else can do classic, simple fantasy like ES can.

I think the ES series in an MMO format would work very well but I fear having a load of guys walking around in armour like the guy in that image there will really harm the immersion of the experience since now you're just one more guy in end-game gear. I really want to see what they do to keep that ES, down-to-earth, humble spirit whilst catering to the strengths of the MMO genre.
User avatar #163 to #159 - adu (09/27/2013) [-]
The races of Mer (Elves) are diversified in interesting enough ways to keep it original, at least in my opinion. Did you know that the Bosmer of Valenwood are actually purely carnivorous, and sometimes cannibalistic? It's all a part of the "Green Pact" that they've made with the spirits of the forest. You also have Dunmer, who were known as the Chimer before they were cursed by Azura, who are daedra worshipers and ashlanders, the Altmer, the hoity-toity purebreed elves who have stayed pure and true to their ancestors from Aldmeris, the Orsimer who are practically a beast race without a homeland, followers of Malacath, the Dwemer, a race of advanced Mer logicians who mocked the Aedra and Daedra and eventually began to tap into divine powers beyond their control (name the heart of the dead god Lorkhan, which I believe is what caused their disappearance).

The elvers are incredibly diverse, but the descendants of Atmora (the races of men: Imperials, Nords, and the half-breed Bretons) treat the elves as all the same, which is why they call them "elves" instead of by their native names. In Oblivion and Skyrim, both homelands to descendants of Atmora, elven culture is often suppressed and shunned, which is why those societies have more generic fantasy elements about them. The wildlife of the mainland close to Cyrodiil also has mostly generic fantasy creatures like trolls, minotaurs, imps, and actual wildlife.

I have to ask though, have you played Morrowind? Oblivion and Skyrim are two fun games, but due to the nature of the cultures of Cyrodiil and Skyrim they can give the impression of the world being generic. Morrowind though, Vvardenfell especially, is almost dreamlike, with strange alien-looking beasts, bizarre architecture, strange religions and practices, and peculiar landscapes. If you want the least generic game in the series, I'd definitely recommend Morrowind. With some mods, you can even get the game to look nice!
User avatar #166 to #163 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
I've played a bit of Morrowind and I'll say that whilst it is the most stylistically interesting of the games, I don't consider that to be a non-generic element because if you look at Fantasy in general something it has across the board is interesting design choices.

For fantasy in terms of visuals to not be generic there are a lot of elements that need to be addressed and I could go really into depth about it but it's 5AM here so I'm not really equipped to get into that kind of debate right now.

Having a diverse and interesting set of elves is also commonplace and whilst ES is more creative in how it diversifies them than other mythos it's still very similar to other stories in that you get a lot of differently coloured elves with slightly different features and give them different backgrounds but because of the common tropes that occur in most generic fantasy those differences really only come into play when you look past the surface level.

Point is that I don't say ES is generic as an insult. It is probably the biggest compliment I could give it. It distances itself from all the other games and stories that incorporate a lot of very similar elements by being the best it possibly can be. It takes a lot of concepts that are seen in a lot of places and uses them so well that they do not feel tired or stale. It is the ONLY game to go to if you're looking for a simple, classic fantasy game.

It allows you to not only immerse yourself in the universe but play around in it to your heart's content. It's not as interesting as the Warcraft mythos (with it's constant bucking of trends and wonderful allusions to lovecraft and other sources) nor as comprehensive and fundamental as the Witcher mythos but it is the middle ground. There's nothing too challenging about it nor too simple. There's nothing too astounding but nothing is boring either.

It is the all-rounder mythos, filled with just enough creativity to seem interesting without being daunting to non-fantasy folk.
User avatar #167 to #166 - adu (09/27/2013) [-]
" I don't consider that to be a non-generic element because if you look at Fantasy in general something it has across the board is interesting design choices."
This term confuses me. So for a fantasy game, design innovation and unique art assets are a component of its genus? I... guess that's true, but then you have a very anachronistic definition of the word "generic," especially when it comes to describing games. Most people intend for "generic" to sound like a flaw, but if you say generic elements can be fun and interesting, sure why not. I personally haven't even dipped my toes into Witcher or Warcraft lore, since neither of those games have interested me at all, so I'll just take your word for it.

One thing I've noticed with Elder Scrolls though is that it has the appearance of being run-of-the mill on the surface, but the further you dig into the lore, with books, side-quests, dialogue, and wiki articles, the more you find that is unique and absolutely mind-blowing. I'd disagree with your opinion that there's nothing too astounding. Akatosh banishing Mehrunes Dagon from Mundus at the end of the Oblivion Crisis, the power of the Heart of Lorkhan, the remnants of Dwemer and Ayleid culture, the moth priests and the nature of the Elder Scrolls themselves are all things that I personally find astounding.

Back on the topic of ESO though, I do hope they find a way of diversifying it so that you don't feel like just one of many other "heros" or "adventurers" lining up for the same vending-machine quests... That's why I like the premise of the invasion of Coldharbour and the power-struggle in Cyrodiil so much. You don't have to feel unique if you at least feel like you're playing a role in some important battle, and having competent, thinking allies by your side and enemies that are too smart to be exploited is something that I think will be a first for an Elder Scrolls game. I think the PvP will be excellent! (Not to mention gorgeous environments. I mean come on!)
User avatar #171 to #167 - snowshark (09/27/2013) [-]
I would much rather use my words to mean good things than bad ones. Plus, words are just compilations of the same 26 letters to which we apply both sound and meaning. To dogs they're just noise and lines. To us, they're language. Words mean what you want them to mean. ******** a really naughty word in some places but not on any self-respecting internet site. Here the word has no power any more. We took it's power away through parody and general not giving a **** .

Warcraft takes a simple concept of one side vs another and wraps the world around that ideal. It is evident from the evolution of the games. Because of that, developments and expansions to the lore as well as ret-cons came and went and came again over and over to create one of the most interesting fantasy universes. It is also one of the silliest and most contrived but eh, swings and roundabouts.

Generic's not a bad thing, nor is stereotype. Things gain those titles for a reason and in this case it was because that reason is because on a fundamental level those are just good building blocks for a fantasy game.

As for astounding... maybe it's just that I've seen different things to you and I'm astounded by different stuff. Warcraft has unkillable, unknowable old gods from before the world was created that we know next to nothing about but play a massive role in each WoW expansion except BC. It's got an array of worlds that are barely hinted at and a detailed and very clever origin story for every one of the races there.

As for art-design? ES's design style has always been to me the staple of low-fantasy and that works very well for it. Interesting design choices exist all over fantasy from the Hobbit Holes of the Shire to the floating necropolis cities in Warcraft. I've come to expect it. I could explain the whole array of what makes really stand-out fantasy visuals but it would take time.

ESO? I've got faith that they won't screw it up but I had high hopes for Halo 4 and that wasn't all I hoped for.
User avatar #169 to #167 - lorkhan (09/27/2013) [-]
I like Morrowind, I'm currently playing the Main Story. Pretty nice so far but its very hard.
#11 to #7 - karnageliqueur (09/26/2013) [-]
It's more like Devil May Zelda.
User avatar #18 to #11 - adu (09/26/2013) [-]
Well, War uses a boomerang, grappling hook, strength gauntlets, and a horse, all of which he finds randomly on his journey. BUT, he is a white-haired dude killing huge demons and generally not giving a **** , so sounds about right.
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#14 - thisistheguy (09/26/2013) [-]
Water Temple would have been **** without this guy right here, other than fighting Ganondorf, this is probably the most intense fight you fight in the game (when you actually use the Master Sword like a man, none of that Din's Fire or Biggoron Sword).
#21 to #14 - teenytinyspider (09/26/2013) [-]
I tried Din's Fire and that asshole flipped out of the way. I tried the Biggoron's Sword but he just managed to run up it and LOL as he was stabbing me in the face. I tried the Hammer but it was too slow and he just moved out of the way. I tried arrows and bombs, he got away or he blocked them.

Asshole.

Also it was hard navigating the place. The 3DS version marked the places to go but not in the original N64 version.
User avatar #35 to #14 - thisistheguy (09/26/2013) [-]
And let's be honest here, this guy was the real boss. I'm pretty sure you can kill the main boss with one power attack with the Biggoron Sword.
User avatar #52 to #14 - arstya (09/26/2013) [-]
You could use bombs if you're a bitch.
User avatar #63 to #14 - newsuperyoshi (09/26/2013) [-]
I almost never used Din's Fire, got the Beggeron Sword AFTER I won.
#64 to #14 - John Cena (09/26/2013) [-]
Thanks for the awesome wallpaper
#31 to #14 - gravyseal (09/26/2013) [-]
I had no idea you could do anything but sword fight him when I first fought him.
Needless to say it took quite a while but it made me love and fear dark link as well
as that amazing fight.

mfw he jumped on my sword for the first time.
#48 - tazpy (09/26/2013) [-]
That is the most successful troll I've ever seen.
User avatar #1 - gingebro (09/26/2013) [-]
wat
User avatar #2 to #1 - garin (09/26/2013) [-]
That summed it up quite nicely.
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#12 to #1 - nehger **User deleted account** (09/26/2013) [-]
wat
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thank you all much
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I feel like this joke went on too long, but I still enjoyed it for some reason
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#112 to #44 - checkemtrain (09/27/2013) [-]
I really hope she was a girl when she was sheik
I really hope she was a girl when she was sheik
User avatar #84 to #44 - ugottanked (09/26/2013) [-]
sauce?
#125 - Johnnychristian (09/27/2013) [-]
and he never made a comment again
and he never made a comment again
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#45 - thehandthatfeeds (09/26/2013) [-]
I would love to see twilight princess master quest
#80 to #45 - alexdevlin (09/26/2013) [-]
I... I never thought about that..
I... I never thought about that..
User avatar #107 to #45 - yisumad (09/27/2013) [-]
I tried to get to Gohma for about an hour until I said " **** IT this is what the internet is for."
#57 - secondlawprevails (09/26/2013) [-]
Never got the hype around zelda games, I mean, they're OK but nothing mind blowing.
Not trying to troll or anything. Just don't get it.
User avatar #96 to #57 - sanguinesolitude (09/27/2013) [-]
Ocarina of time WAS mind-blowing. Kids these days don't understand the feeling of the first time you turned that game on and were like... goddamn these graphics are sick. The feeling the first time you walked out onto Hyrule field and were like woah... the truly open world and sense of freedom was mind-blowing.

Earlier zelda games were amazing since it was open roaming and not turn based battles like final fantasy.
User avatar #113 to #96 - kinginyellow (09/27/2013) [-]
Ya, but now if anyone mentions graphics they're a "graphics whore"
#99 to #96 - secondlawprevails (09/27/2013) [-]
Valid point. I guess I was a bit late to the party. First real video game franchises I got into were god of war and ratchet and clank. When I finally got my hands on a zelda game early game combat just felt so underwhelming that I never made it to the more interesting parts.
Valid point. I guess I was a bit late to the party. First real video game franchises I got into were god of war and ratchet and clank. When I finally got my hands on a zelda game early game combat just felt so underwhelming that I never made it to the more interesting parts.
User avatar #110 to #99 - sanguinesolitude (09/27/2013) [-]
i cant stand the god of war games. I hate quicktime events and that game is like 40% tap x quickly.
User avatar #139 to #110 - secondlawprevails (09/27/2013) [-]
To each their own. I enjoy spectacle fighters. It's my thing. You like LoZ games. we might not like the same thing, but at least we stayed civil. which is an accomplishment on the internet
User avatar #173 to #139 - sanguinesolitude (09/27/2013) [-]
Oh i dont hate people for their opinions. Well unless you start arguing that Call of Duty are the best games ever made. :p

I generally like open world games and cutscenes generally dont do much for me. I want to control the action at all times, rather than watch videos of what my character is doing without me.
#120 to #57 - rdobet (09/27/2013) [-]
As the other guy said, it's more about context.Oot pretty much set the standard for 3d Action/adventure games as the firzt LoZ did for 2d. As for today, it's like the saying about pizza, "When it's good it's really good, and, when it's bad, it's still pretty good."
User avatar #36 - bighairyfart ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
Every time I see someone bash the water temple for being difficult, it's immediately obvious they haven't played The Adventure of Link for 5 minutes.

It's may favorite game in the series, but **** that game's combat system
User avatar #47 to #36 - theawesomeguy (09/26/2013) [-]
Finally, someone else that loves adventure of link
#123 - therealtotodile ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
Was this... funny? I mean, the only reason this has so many thumbs is because anytime someone says anything remotely critical about The Legend of Zelda, everyone throws a ******* ******* and ends up shoving their opinions up his asshole. I think The Legend of Zelda is overrated. That's my opinion, but now I'm going to get a torrent of red thumbs and comments saying my thoughts are wrong because people can't ******* accept that other ideas exist.
User avatar #131 to #123 - godhatesusall (09/27/2013) [-]
I thought it was kinda funny anyway
#126 to #123 - officialjg (09/27/2013) [-]
The thing is, It's one thing to have an opinion. It's another thing to have an opinion and be a huge dick about it and trying to get people riled up.
User avatar #160 to #126 - therealtotodile ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
That is very true, but if he's just being a dick for the hell of it, why go to his level? Just ignore it and move on. I played Legend of Zelda a lot as a kid, but I just don't find it fun anymore. Other people do and I respect that. I just wish people wouldn't be biased when it comes to that kind of thing.
User avatar #162 to #160 - officialjg (09/27/2013) [-]
Well, there's no need to get that deep about it. People are just having fun with his dickishness.
User avatar #164 to #162 - therealtotodile ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
Yeah but I still kind of find it annoying. There's nothing I can do because this is the internet, so I just complain.
#122 - officialjg (09/27/2013) [-]
This is why I'm a zelda fan.
#13 - nehger **User deleted account** (09/26/2013) [-]
I normally hate youtube comments but that was bretty gud
#98 - evilredmuffin (09/27/2013) [-]
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User avatar #83 - CaptalnPlanet (09/26/2013) [-]
i thought twilight princess was better than ocarina, **** me right?
User avatar #86 to #83 - maffi (09/26/2013) [-]
Explain your reasoning please, I never played Twilight Princess.
User avatar #165 to #86 - CaptalnPlanet (09/27/2013) [-]
just looks better,has more mature story,its a masterpiece
User avatar #88 to #83 - harrisonfordor (09/26/2013) [-]
I liked them both equally, they were different, but in a way, twilight princess held to the formula that ocarina had more than other games did.
User avatar #89 to #83 - guiguito (09/26/2013) [-]
yeah **** you
User avatar #91 to #83 - sanguinesolitude (09/26/2013) [-]
yeah **** you for sure for having ****** taste. I mean i get it if you prefer it for nostalgia, but OOT rocks your face off.
User avatar #94 to #91 - CaptalnPlanet (09/27/2013) [-]
oot is a fantastic game but i never played it as a kid,i went from snes to dreamcast to ps2 never had a n64,i played n64 at friends but just like star fox and golden eye,i beat oot on wii a few years ago,very fun,and awesome but i have alot more memories of twilight princess
User avatar #109 to #94 - sanguinesolitude (09/27/2013) [-]
thats fair. I mean you are wrong... but thats fair.
User avatar #135 to #83 - killyourdarlings (09/27/2013) [-]
Thank you. THANK YOU. I felt like Majora's Mask was better than OoT. And Wind Waker. And LttP...
#87 - unrealsurfer (09/26/2013) [-]
you dont **** with zelda
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