There are so many beautiful places,but my all time favorite was the Lon Lon ranch. The music and the horses around it just makes me feel all cozy and at peace. So of all the wonderful places in Hyrule which is your favorite?
Also forgive me if this thread has already been made.:
I LOVED the Spirit Temple. It's music was awesome. I also liked Kokiri Village. Lost Woods is where I spent my childhood, so it's up there too. I liked Goron City too. Gerudo Valley was cool. So was Market. I really really really REALLY liked that room in the little courtyard right past the drawbridge.
Now that I think about it, I liked a LOT of that game.
Signatures are for the WEAK.
And the people who care enough to make one.
Zora's Domain as a kid. That place was just awesome. It was probably the prettiest part of the game you get to see that far into it, and when I started playing it, it really seemed to show off the newer graphics(of the time).
Both Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask had a very personal feel and brilliant atmosphere about it. Something creators of Zelda have long forgotten about these days, a big shame. I loved all the areas of OoT. Hyrule castle courtyard, the stormy death mountain climb, outside of the Temple of Time, the open Lake Hylia or high waters above Zora mountain. If I had to chose just one, I absolutely love the rainy solemn graveyard. When Link goes up in the shadow entrance and you see the lush hills, gray sky and windmill in the background, it's the ultimate hangout place. I loved running around and through that place and jumping from Kakariko roofs.
I loved the décor of the temple as well as the bosses and it's one of the temples that has stuck with me for the right reasons as opposed to the Water Temple. Although having said that the Dark Link battle is one of many stand out points in the Ocarina of Time.
I don't understand...you're visiting the same locations in different games with better graphics/different layout. How can you say they're worse?
Look at this:
It looks so much better than this:
I think Nintendo have tried to keep the same nostalgia by updating these locations but keep the same name/certain similarities between the present and the past.
No, it doesn't look better. It looks normal and frankly kind of dull, due to it having no atmosphere and form. The places in TP are mostly a discordant blend of things I've already seen from other games, and the game gives little personal factor often due to the story constraints. There is nothing iconic or unique about that scene. The subtleties in Ocarina are all iconic and quite special. It's not that hard to see at all when playing, nonetheless you're the many people who don't understand Zelda but are sucked into the hype of adventure and nice graphics.