why no zelda64 ds?

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Dec 2, 2006

why no zelda64 ds? by heronic at 5:16 AM (1,553 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. heronic
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    there's a mario64 ds port but no zelda 64- ocarina of time port for the ds?

    anyone else thinks its worth the port?
     
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    I'd rather have a whole new adventure.
     
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    I'd love to see OOT and MM together on one cart. I don't care if they did make it for GCN.
     
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    sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports sick of oot ports
     
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    get the zelda collector's disc for gcn. has oot, mm and the first 2 nes zeldas. [​IMG]
     
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    how about a port of mario 64 ds for the virtual console?

    "now, with controllable characters!"
     
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    Indeed, and the emulation is really spot-on [​IMG]

    When I had given my GC away to my sister, along with this collection, I could hear the field theme of OOT in the background as I called her several weeks later. [​IMG]
     
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    I think the Mario 64 for Wii should have had the extra places that the DS version featured.
     
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    Well the Mario 64 for the Wii was simply an emulated version of the N64 game. It isn't an actual port.
     
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    I would rather EAD spend time and money on newer games too. Leave the 3D action-adventure style on the home consoles (you know a full-blown DS adventure just wouldn't be good enough anyways). But if they DID port/translate it, well that would be another paycheck going to them still [​IMG]
     
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    Two words:

    Virtual Console.
     
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    Probably because it's been done, and it would also show what a huge mistake the upcoming DS title is where they take away primary control from you and force you to walk about and attack with a stylus. That crap didn't work well with PDA games, was semi-dodgy with Diablo 2, and it'll likely be an issue with it as well. No need to create competition.
     

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