I've been an OoT fan for over a decade. I didn't play with the 3D on that much... it gave me headaches. Anyway, the advanced graphics alone did the game's legacy justice.
I'm just amazed that what we couldn't do on a console over a decade ago, we can now do on a handheld.
I've been playing mario kart for years, and I honestly get tired of racing games lol.
So that's why I was looking at getting Star Fox, but someone told me it was too short for the price they ask you for it. So I'm looking at Star Fox (used), Super Mario 3D Land and Kid Icarus (when it comes out, of course).
I still don't have all of the mario kart wii characters... too lazy.
I also liked Double Dash a lot. I kinda forgot about it. Hehe... I liked the fact that I didn't have to do time trials to unlock all the characters. That was one thing that I did not like with the Mario Kart Wii.
I started Mario Kart 7 but I haven't finished it because I didn't think it was that great. I guess I'm not in a Mario Kart mood.
Zelda wins all around!
I liked double dash better than wii... mainly because the AI in DD isn't as aggressive. I can win on the wii version, easily... it's just a pain in the butt when you're in the lead and you get inked, hit with 3 shells, get hit with a blue shell, get knocked off the track etc. I get frustrated.
ALSO in DD, you can watch Yoshi hang off the back of the kart... I take great pride in that.
I haven't played MK7 yet... is it any good?
Zelda will always be my favourite nintendo franchise <3
The Thousand-Year Door was awesome. At first I didn't like having to fight on a stage, but now I like it a lot. It is more advanced than Paper Mario's stage fighting (duh). I really liked the badges, being able to superguard, and the ability to raise my HP and FP really high (as long as I have the patience, which I do).
I originally liked Super Paper Mario because I didn't have to fight on a stage, but now that view takes a back seat. Super Paper Mario is fun because of all the things you get to do, and some things that people say. I don't want to spoil it for you, so I won't say more.
At first, after playing both Galaxy games, I thought the first one was better. Now I think that the second one is slightly better. They are both great games!
I hope to get it within the coming weeks. I had the thousand year door and it was so much fun!
Yeah, I'd be all for a galaxy 3. I haven't played the 2nd one yet, but the first one was uh-mazing! People have told me the 2nd game is even better.
I'd get the Wii U for Zelda, Metroid, Pikmin, Mario Kart, Smash Bros.... all the exclusives. I usually buy exclusives... not a fan of games that go onto all systems because they usually aren't that great :/
I don't know... I liked the TP look, but I didn't. I remember the first time I was the art for it, my eyes just about popped out of my head because I thought it was so amazing lol. Then I thought that it was so different from all of the other Zelda games.
The Wii U demo got me hopeful for a 3rd game for the hero of time (note the fairy that looks like Navi)... then I thought "nintendo has been teasing a 3rd game for years..."
Anyway, the demo looked AMAZING! And apparently, the Wii U is so powerful that it will be able to produce even better than what was shown in the demo.
To me, the demo looked like a top of the line, big budget PS3 game. If the Wii U can do better than what has been shown in the demo... than I might just buy the Wii U on launch lol.
I'm happy they made Zelda a more prominent character in this game. It is The Legend of ZELDA after all, so it's better that they gave her a more important role. TP disappointed me because I went into it thinking "Twilight Princess" was going to have to do with Zelda, but alas I was wrong.
Anyway, the Link and Zelda relationship was a good choice. I hope they build on this in the future. I don't think EVERY LoZ game should play the romance card, but I think it was a good change up for the series in this case.
Another thing I really liked about this game was the art and the graphics. It's like WW meets TP.
Btw, where do you stand on the subject of "realistic Zelda"?
I really like the scenes with Zelda. Link looked so sad when she sealed herself in the crystal. He looked like he was going to cry... I love the part in which Link collects the Triforce and Zelda wakes up. (See my sig.)
I really liked all the dungeons. The Ancient Cistern was really fun. I liked the underground part that was full of Cursed Bokoblins and was like a miniature Shadow Temple. I liked both the Sandship and Lanayru Mining Facility. The timeshift stones were a great addition and made for more interesting puzzles.
The thing that drove me nuts was the slow text speed. Thankfully it's not as bad as OoT for the 64, but I really disliked it. I don't know how many times Peater told me I had a stubby sword...
It's a great game!
yeah, touch screens suck :/
Anyway... my favourite part? Ummmm... my favourite dungeon was the Sandship. I loved everything about it. My favourite part, cut scene and story wise was probably when Link speaks with Zelda for the first time after she fell to Hyrule. The part where she reveals herself as the goddess reborn, I felt really connected to Link in a sense that I could feel his sadness and his want to bring his friend back. It pushed me some more to finish the game.
My least favourite part... was the Lanayru mining facility. I didn't like it...