So in one of my other threads "What Zelda do u hate the most" (the title is something like that" I said I hated MM...well..I have changed my mind...but I have to say that MM and LoZ 2 are really hard LoZ games! Does anyone else agree?
MM wasn't terribly challenging to me, especially when compared to AoL. I thought MM was harder than OoT, but not nearly as hard as AoL.
AoL is considered the hardest game, I think, by most fans. I mostly can't deal with the play style, I'm not a fan of side-scrollers...and since I played it on the GC Collector's edition, I didn't get much of an explanation of controls as I might have with the original version.
AoL is hard if you don't farm experience for levels before you enter the dungeons. But MM, is easy. A little hard to figure out the whole Keaton chain and the quest for the Postman's Hat by myself. (It's pretty much the same quest, just remember to get the hat after the Keaton part)
Originally Posted by Mandrag
If my time was precious I wouldn't be on video game forums. Relax.
It can be moderately difficult on like.. the last level.
This. It can be said for the 3D Zelda games in general. MM could be called one of the harder 3D Zeldas, but then none of them are really hard at all sans a puzzle that might stump you for a little while. I think its ust that they tend to be more accessible than the 2D Zeldas.
Majoras Mask to me isn't the hardest Zelda. Yes, it is challenging in parts including the mini-games where they change daily. It is challenging with some of the side-quests and it is challenging with some of the bosses (the first one isn't hard, but the others are as you need to use a Mask really to beat them)
I actually found stone tower unbearably tedious and in places difficult. This got to the point where I stopped playing for a while. I simply got tired of playing that one stupid song over and over again. It wasn't terribly difficult for the most part just a lot of going back and forth.
I don't think any of the games were actually hard, but definitely frustrating at some points, like how in OoT, if it became night time, you had to wait until day break to enter towns
You shouldn't pluralize town, the Market is the only one. Even then, you could play a warp song to get to the Temple of Time then bam, you're right near the Market. Mandrag is referring to the Sun Song notes in case you don't get it, that song changes night to day and day to night.