I started playing minish cap

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Mar 11, 2008
  1. bluebright
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    I got stuck 4 years ago when it came out. Now I've finished highschool, i thought i'd fire it back up again.
     
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    I enjoyed the art direction of the game. Gameplay, story, etc. was good. A timeless handheld game, I'd say.
     
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    that highschool education will come in handy
     
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    Oh taka my boy, it has.

    Out of all the hand held zelda's, i'd say this one is my favorite.
     
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    It's certainly one of the best but I still love Oracle of Ages/Seasons over all of the others. Awesome [​IMG]
     
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    yah, but minish cap is indeed a great game [​IMG]
     
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    Best handheld Zelda IMO
     
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    Yes, the LA/OoS/OoA were > all [​IMG]
     
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    Well, I've just finished the wind temple where you get jack squat.

    I like how the duck (I know he has a name but i refuse to use it) says "oh, the element wasn't in the temple after all, just a bunch of freaking birds. Oh look, one pooped. Pick it up, it could be an a flute...oh, it is, great".
     
  10. Rayder

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    You know, I actually BOUGHT the actual cart of this (before I got into flashcarts) and never played it. [​IMG]

    It's true. I was waiting to finish the previous Zelda and never got around to doing that either. [​IMG]

    See how I am? [​IMG]

    That's why I prefer the more old-school type arcade games nowadays......I never finish the long, drawn-out games anymore. Getting old sucks. [​IMG]
     
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    No Rayder! Don't say that! 39 isn't that old. You still video games at least, so that'll keep you feeling young.
     
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    i liked it alot but it was way to short...
    but it was awesome.
     

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