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Here is the place for discussion of the plots and aspects of LoZ games.
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| May 15, 2013, 1:12 pm
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Hmmm, they only Zelda game I've actually beaten is Phantom Hourglass. The story was interesting, and I would like to play the Wind Waker to see what happened before it. Did you notice that the sailor who shoes you the pictures in the beginning of that game is the same guy that Link shares a house with in Spirit Tracks?
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| May 15, 2013, 1:39 pm
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Quoting Evan 'Beardless Dwarf' Botkin
Hmmm, they only Zelda game I've actually beaten is Phantom Hourglass. The story was interesting, and I would like to play the Wind Waker to see what happened before it. Did you notice that the sailor who shoes you the pictures in the beginning of that game is the same guy that Link shares a house with in Spirit Tracks?


I beat all three. I had a game guide, but I beat all three. All of the designs (minus Tetra) are used in Spirit Tracks, I think. Alonzo is regarbed to be a pirate on Tetra's ship in PH.
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| May 15, 2013, 1:42 pm
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Quoting Garrett A.

I beat all three. I had a game guide, but I beat all three. All of the designs (minus Tetra) are used in Spirit Tracks, I think. Alonzo is regarbed to be a pirate on Tetra's ship in PH.


I never noticed that, but I mean they are the same person. I think anyway. They dress the same, and they both show you pictures of the story.
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| May 15, 2013, 1:47 pm
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Quoting Evan 'Beardless Dwarf' Botkin

I never noticed that, but I mean they are the same person. I think anyway. They dress the same, and they both show you pictures of the story.


He does mention a friend of his with a green hat to Link in ST... Who knows?
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| May 15, 2013, 1:49 pm
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Quoting Garrett A.

He does mention a friend of his with a green hat to Link in ST... Who knows?


I knows! Here is a link to prove it!

http://www.zeldawiki.org/Niko
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| May 15, 2013, 1:57 pm
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My top 5

1. Majora's Mask - The sequel to Ocarina of Time, MM continued the journey of The Hero of Time Link (arguably THE Link) and had a darker sadder theme to it. The decent-to-small world size was augmented by the gripping plot and huge amount of sidequests. The music was excellent and the game has a lot of replay value.
2. Ocarina of Time - The first Zelda game I played. OoT is a classic and revolutionized console gaming while carrying on the traditions of the older Zelda games. A huge and dynamic world plus an original and highly memorable plot are just a part of what makes this game so great. If MM hadn't been made, OoT would be my favorite.
3. Twilight Princess - Another great game with a darker plot and a HUGE world, TP was an excellent addition to the series and it gave us another chance to play as Adult Link. Many of the places in Hyrule have changed a lot since OoT, some for the better (Zora's River and Zora's Domain) while others have become abandoned (the Faron Province) or changed too much from the original designs (Kakariko Village, Death Mountain) for me to like them too much.
4. The Wind Waker - An amazing game full of adventure, almost limitless side-quests, excellent music, and an incredible plot, TWW is, IMO, the most challenging of the console Zelda games. It only gets placed at #4 because the games previously listed are so good. Go buy it right meow. Or wait and get the Hi-Def remake for the WiiU like I am.
5. Skyward Sword - This was a tough choice between SS and A Link to the Past. Check out ALttP; it's an excellent game - so is Link's Awakening. I talked a bunch of trash about this game before it came out as I was disappointed by the graphic style but it blew my mind. An excellent origin story, SS is a blast from start to finish. If you want a fun, fast-paced adventure that will have you on the edge of your seat the whole time as you make your way through some of the most difficult dungeons, play this game. The lack of side-quests and the crutch of the WiiMotionPlus controller is what earns this game #5.

PHEW that rant was long.

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| May 17, 2013, 3:06 pm
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Quoting Ronin Dragonslayer
My top 5

1. Majora's Mask - The sequel to Ocarina of Time, MM continued the journey of The Hero of Time Link (arguably THE Link) and had a darker sadder theme to it. The decent-to-small world size was augmented by the gripping plot and huge amount of sidequests. The music was excellent and the game has a lot of replay value.
2. Ocarina of Time - The first Zelda game I played. OoT is a classic and revolutionized console gaming while carrying on the traditions of the older Zelda games. A huge and dynamic world plus an original and highly memorable plot are just a part of what makes this game so great. If MM hadn't been made, OoT would be my favorite.
3. Twilight Princess - Another great game with a darker plot and a HUGE world, TP was an excellent addition to the series and it gave us another chance to play as Adult Link. Many of the places in Hyrule have changed a lot since OoT, some for the better (Zora's River and Zora's Domain) while others have become abandoned (the Faron Province) or changed too much from the original designs (Kakariko Village, Death Mountain) for me to like them too much.
4. The Wind Waker - An amazing game full of adventure, almost limitless side-quests, excellent music, and an incredible plot, TWW is, IMO, the most challenging of the console Zelda games. It only gets placed at #4 because the games previously listed are so good. Go buy it right meow. Or wait and get the Hi-Def remake for the WiiU like I am.
5. Skyward Sword - This was a tough choice between SS and A Link to the Past. Check out ALttP; it's an excellent game - so is Link's Awakening. I talked a bunch of trash about this game before it came out as I was disappointed by the graphic style but it blew my mind. An excellent origin story, SS is a blast from start to finish. If you want a fun, fast-paced adventure that will have you on the edge of your seat the whole time as you make your way through some of the most difficult dungeons, play this game. The lack of side-quests and the crutch of the WiiMotionPlus controller is what earns this game #5.

PHEW that rant was long.


1. Never played.

2. Loved it on 3DS, never played original.

3&4. Never played.

5. My fav Zelda. Ever.
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| May 17, 2013, 3:11 pm
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Quoting Ronin Dragonslayer
My top 5

1. Majora's Mask - The sequel to Ocarina of Time, MM continued the journey of The Hero of Time Link (arguably THE Link) and had a darker sadder theme to it. The decent-to-small world size was augmented by the gripping plot and huge amount of sidequests. The music was excellent and the game has a lot of replay value.
2. Ocarina of Time - The first Zelda game I played. OoT is a classic and revolutionized console gaming while carrying on the traditions of the older Zelda games. A huge and dynamic world plus an original and highly memorable plot are just a part of what makes this game so great. If MM hadn't been made, OoT would be my favorite.
3. Twilight Princess - Another great game with a darker plot and a HUGE world, TP was an excellent addition to the series and it gave us another chance to play as Adult Link. Many of the places in Hyrule have changed a lot since OoT, some for the better (Zora's River and Zora's Domain) while others have become abandoned (the Faron Province) or changed too much from the original designs (Kakariko Village, Death Mountain) for me to like them too much.
4. The Wind Waker - An amazing game full of adventure, almost limitless side-quests, excellent music, and an incredible plot, TWW is, IMO, the most challenging of the console Zelda games. It only gets placed at #4 because the games previously listed are so good. Go buy it right meow. Or wait and get the Hi-Def remake for the WiiU like I am.
5. Skyward Sword - This was a tough choice between SS and A Link to the Past. Check out ALttP; it's an excellent game - so is Link's Awakening. I talked a bunch of trash about this game before it came out as I was disappointed by the graphic style but it blew my mind. An excellent origin story, SS is a blast from start to finish. If you want a fun, fast-paced adventure that will have you on the edge of your seat the whole time as you make your way through some of the most difficult dungeons, play this game. The lack of side-quests and the crutch of the WiiMotionPlus controller is what earns this game #5.

PHEW that rant was long.


1. I would like to play this one. It seems, from what I've read, like it would be good. I think that the Hero of Time Link is THE Link as well.

2. This game was my introduction to Legend of Zelda. I got this, and a handful of other games, with my N64 system. I never finished the game on the '64 but I got it for 3DS for Christmas and it is awesome! So far my favorite Zelda game.

3. I haven't played this one yet. I think I will borrow it from my best friend though. He likes it a lot.

4. Haven't played. I really want to because it comes before Phantom Hourglass and I would really like to see the story leading up into it.

5. Looks really interesting. I might try to rent it from somewhere or borrow it from a friend before I buy it.
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| May 19, 2013, 12:06 am
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I've played and beaten Skyward,Minish Cap,Phantom Hourglass,Spirit Tracks,Twilight Princess, Almost done with Original LOZ, Link's Awakening, Wind Waker with a friend, and I think thats all.
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| May 19, 2013, 10:24 am
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Quoting Chris .
I've played and beaten Skyward,Minish Cap,Phantom Hourglass,Spirit Tracks,Twilight Princess, Almost done with Original LOZ, Link's Awakening, Wind Waker with a friend, and I think thats all.


Cool!
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| May 19, 2013, 10:00 pm
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Since this has turned more into a 'What Zelda Games have you played?' rather than discussion thread, I am going to get the 'discussion' part started.

What is the worst part of LoZ? From any of the games you've played.
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| May 19, 2013, 10:02 pm
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Q. What is the worst part of the Legend of Zelda Games (that you have played)?
A. Each game has its own downsides, but I think the worst part of the LoZ that keeps happening is that it keeps leaving the Medieval setting. That may just be because OoT, MM, and A Link to the Past were the first ones I played but I think the story fits the realm best when the land is in a setting of castles, Tudor cities and towns, knights, dragons, etc. I think the game should always take place in Hyrule (with the exception of Termina) just in different timelines; not so much different times. I also think Link should always have a fairy partner; Midna annoyed me and Fi had no personality (I DID really like Fi, though).

I thought of a cool idea to keep the discussion theme going : We each ask a new question after answering one. We should still all answer the original questions, too. :)

Q. What is your favorite item from LoZ?
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| May 20, 2013, 2:36 pm
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Quoting Evan 'Beardless Dwarf' Botkin

1. I would like to play this one. It seems, from what I've read, like it would be good. I think that the Hero of Time Link is THE Link as well.

2. This game was my introduction to Legend of Zelda. I got this, and a handful of other games, with my N64 system. I never finished the game on the '64 but I got it for 3DS for Christmas and it is awesome! So far my favorite Zelda game.

3. I haven't played this one yet. I think I will borrow it from my best friend though. He likes it a lot.

4. Haven't played. I really want to because it comes before Phantom Hourglass and I would really like to see the story leading up into it.

5. Looks really interesting. I might try to rent it from somewhere or borrow it from a friend before I buy it.

If I could suggest one for you to play, Evan, I highly suggest playing Majora's Mask. You're still OoT Link but you're a year or two older and are looking for Navi.

Here's the intro
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVCHGGv0W_c
And this was fake but still really cool.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqdwT2pKYzY
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| May 20, 2013, 2:41 pm
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Quoting Ronin Dragonslayer
Q. What is the worst part of the Legend of Zelda Games (that you have played)?
A. Each game has its own downsides, but I think the worst part of the LoZ that keeps happening is that it keeps leaving the Medieval setting. That may just be because OoT, MM, and A Link to the Past were the first ones I played but I think the story fits the realm best when the land is in a setting of castles, Tudor cities and towns, knights, dragons, etc. I think the game should always take place in Hyrule (with the exception of Termina) just in different timelines; not so much different times. I also think Link should always have a fairy partner; Midna annoyed me and Fi had no personality (I DID really like Fi, though).

I thought of a cool idea to keep the discussion theme going : We each ask a new question after answering one. We should still all answer the original questions, too. :)

Q. What is your favorite item from LoZ?


OOOoooOOO! Hard question! I like the Bow of Light from Spirit Tracks. From Ocarina, I think the Ocarina itself is awesome. All the different songs that let you teleport and the Sun Song are all really cool. I also like the Longshot.

My Question: What is your favorite race from Legend of Zelda? Goron, Zora, Hylian, Kokiri etc.
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| May 20, 2013, 8:06 pm
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Quoting Ronin Dragonslayer
If I could suggest one for you to play, Evan, I highly suggest playing Majora's Mask. You're still OoT Link but you're a year or two older and are looking for Navi.

Here's the intro
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVCHGGv0W_c
And this was fake but still really cool.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqdwT2pKYzY


I do want to play this one. I wonder if they'll re-release this for 3DS as well. That would rock! I read a bit about it in my Spirit Tracks game guide.
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| May 20, 2013, 8:08 pm
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Quoting Evan 'Beardless Dwarf' Botkin

OOOoooOOO! Hard question! I like the Bow of Light from Spirit Tracks. From Ocarina, I think the Ocarina itself is awesome. All the different songs that let you teleport and the Sun Song are all really cool. I also like the Longshot.

My Question: What is your favorite race from Legend of Zelda? Goron, Zora, Hylian, Kokiri etc.

I really liked the Gorons! What your favorite Enemy?
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| May 21, 2013, 9:50 am
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Quoting Chris .
I really liked the Gorons! What your favorite Enemy?


Yeah. I like the Zoras' Domain cause it looks awesome but the Gorons are probably the coolest. Favorite enemy? I like the Stalfos because they actually fight you with swords and shields rather than just smacking you. I won't ask a question right now. Let other people answer these.
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| May 21, 2013, 7:16 pm
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I have to agree that the Ocarina is the most useful item (warp songs, event songs, using the Song of Healing to turn dying people into Masks) but my favorite item is the Biggoron's Sword.

My favorite race overall are the Gorons but I am a big fan of the Zora's, too.

My favorite enemy is the Darknut or the Iron Knuckle.

Q. What would you do first if you woke up in Hyrule?
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| May 22, 2013, 11:23 am
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Quoting Ronin Dragonslayer
I have to agree that the Ocarina is the most useful item (warp songs, event songs, using the Song of Healing to turn dying people into Masks) but my favorite item is the Biggoron's Sword.

My favorite race overall are the Gorons but I am a big fan of the Zora's, too.

My favorite enemy is the Darknut or the Iron Knuckle.

Q. What would you do first if you woke up in Hyrule?


I still need to finish the Biggoron Sword quest. I bought the giant's knife and it broke but I don't really want to replace it because it looks really cool for Link to have a broken sword.

It would really depend on where I woke up. I would probably try to figure out the state of things and whether Link was still around or I had to take his place. I would make a s*ucky Link.
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| May 22, 2013, 11:40 am
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I would just like to know what everyone names their Link. Do you stick with the name 'Link' or do you give him a different name? I always name him Arizan.
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| May 25, 2013, 8:57 pm
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Quoting Evan 'Beardless Dwarf' Botkin
I would just like to know what everyone names their Link. Do you stick with the name 'Link' or do you give him a different name? I always name him Arizan.


I always name him Link.
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| May 25, 2013, 9:06 pm
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Quoting Evan 'Beardless Dwarf' Botkin
I would just like to know what everyone names their Link. Do you stick with the name 'Link' or do you give him a different name? I always name him Arizan.

I stay with Link
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| May 25, 2013, 10:30 pm
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Funny, I thought of the name Arizan one time when I was starting a new Zelda game and it kinda stuck. I've named every Link since then Arizan.
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| May 25, 2013, 11:07 pm
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I've always named him Link (or a swear word when I was younger lol)
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| May 27, 2013, 1:38 pm
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Quoting Ronin Dragonslayer
I've always named him Link (or a swear word when I was younger lol)

Naughty boy Ronin! I guess I should have seen this coming but I thought that most people always named him something else.

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| May 27, 2013, 1:41 pm
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Quoting Ronin Dragonslayer
I've always named him Link (or a swear word when I was younger lol)

Hahah! Thats funny
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| May 28, 2013, 9:48 am
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the name i normally pick is link for my first p.lay through then knil on second play throughs and random other stuff on latter playthroughs
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| June 12, 2013, 12:37 pm
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OK, I have a question for everyone. This may get a good debate going on or at least some deeper discussion and I would really like to keep this question in the air for as long as possible; so here it is!

Why do you play Zelda games?
Is it for the story? To have the feeling of accomplishment once you beat the game? To experience another world? Why?

This is my question and I would really like to hear everyone's answers.


I guess I play to experience another world. I don't like going through dungeons and stuff but I still enjoy the games. So that is my answer; to experience another world.
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| June 18, 2013, 5:45 pm
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Recently got Twilight Princess for Wii, and I went to the midnight release of a Link Between Worlds. They are both really awesome games! I love how Twilight Princess expands on the characters and there are actually stories for them. I highly recommend both of them!
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| November 29, 2013, 1:52 pm
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Quoting Evan Botkin
Recently got Twilight Princess for Wii, and I went to the midnight release of a Link Between Worlds. They are both really awesome games! I love how Twilight Princess expands on the characters and there are actually stories for them. I highly recommend both of them!

I loved Twilight Princess, defeated it in three days. I haven't really tried to check out Link between Worlds yet.....
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| November 29, 2013, 2:08 pm
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Quoting Evan Botkin
Recently got Twilight Princess for Wii, and I went to the midnight release of a Link Between Worlds. They are both really awesome games! I love how Twilight Princess expands on the characters and there are actually stories for them. I highly recommend both of them!

Personally, what I loved most about Twlight Princess is its massive and interconnected world that feels like a natural evolution of Ocarina of Time.
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| November 29, 2013, 4:03 pm
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Quoting Matthew McCall
Personally, what I loved most about Twlight Princess is its massive and interconnected world that feels like a natural evolution of Ocarina of Time.

Twilihgt Princess is my second favorite, Skyward Sword being my first. (except for the improsoned)
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| November 29, 2013, 5:00 pm
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Quoting Draconic ~
Twilihgt Princess is my second favorite, Skyward Sword being my first. (except for the improsoned)

For me, it's a three-way tie between Twlight Princess, Skyward Sword, and Wind Waker.

Twlight Princess has my favorite overworld, as it is the largest, has the most variety, and is interconnected. Unfortunately, it is often too easy, although this is something all 3 the recent games have in common.

Skyward Sword has great dungeons and motion control, although I think the sky overworld was too empty and the surface suffers from a lack of interconnectivity.

Wind Waker has fun combat as well as loads of side quests and secrets to discover. Oh, and it's the most recent console game with a magic meter, I wish they will bring that back in the future.
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| November 29, 2013, 8:22 pm
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Quoting Matthew McCall
For me, it's a three-way tie between Twlight Princess, Skyward Sword, and Wind Waker.

Twlight Princess has my favorite overworld, as it is the largest, has the most variety, and is interconnected. Unfortunately, it is often too easy, although this is something all 3 the recent games have in common.

Skyward Sword has great dungeons and motion control, although I think the sky overworld was too empty and the surface suffers from a lack of interconnectivity.

Wind Waker has fun combat as well as loads of side quests and secrets to discover. Oh, and it's the most recent console game with a magic meter, I wish they will bring that back in the future.
I always loved going to different islands on Wind Waker, oh I also loved finding the Ghost Ship.

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| November 29, 2013, 8:44 pm
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