Let's see if I remember, I finished this game in November.
Well it was never said that they work for zant,
but seeing them blowing the horn and then the twilight portal opens they might have worked for Zant/Ganon.
I think they escape before the Twilight gate appears at the village, or it wouldn't make sense because only Link and Zelda who can sustain in the twilight zone.
Yeah I don't know either why she would know Illia and Colin's image, psychic power? or could it be that she was (as a shadow) in the normal Hyrule world when it was happening?
what I don't understand, why would the ogres kidnap a kid and a girl?
1. No, not really, sometime when I want to ride a horse and couldn't find it, I'll just teleport to the nearest whistle plant and call the horse.
Originally Posted by Nya-kwii
2. It is too easy, especially the boss battle, the bosses is not aggressive/clever enough. And Agree with Kaom, is a little bit too short too.
3. I do, but my favorite is the The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Symphony Album.
4. Well I went there once before I get the double claw, sorry can't say anything, I was busy playing fishing. Yes I love fishing.
5. Hahah I didn't bother with them, if I were bored, I play fishing. oh I did play around with the Cuccos tho.
6. Nope, but I wish they would make a sequel involving twilight world, like what they did in Majora's mask.
7. Yes I was surprised, she was hot, well kinda.
8. eh nope, actually I was disappointed and pissed that it ended so quickly.
Yeah, it will be awesome to see her on SSBB, she has unusual ability.
My sister and brother used to play the first two Zelda series, I was a kid at that time and didn't understand that much English,
so they solved the puzzle for me hahaha.
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i can't remember clearly about the ogres, didn't you follow them after they knock you out, and then you get dragged into the twilight? damn i don't remember ;_; i'll have to play again u_u
and Midna... she always was awkward, she probably knew already, or she saw them... who knows
Link to the Past remains, to date, the longest Zelda game released. First runner-up is OoT, and I'm not sure if TP was longer than Wind Waker. ( I thought the part where you look for the Triforce shards was just boring .)
I WANT A LONGER ONE THAT WILL SUCK A MONTH OUT OF MY LIFE AND I WON'T REGRET IT!! COME ON, MIYAMOTO!
Imp Midna will make an ADORABLE plushie.
If they don't bring Midna back (which will be awful for me, since she's my favorite character), they should at least incorporate elements from the Twilight Realm and its inhabitants to make Zelda all the more interesting.
And for the love of all that is holy (or unholy, whatever your religious preference is), PLEASE make the bosses more challenging! Rate the games Teen more often if you have to, JUST MAKE THE GAMES MORE CHALLENGING TO BEAT BECAUSE THAT IS WHAT I LIKE ABOUT ZELDA! RAWR!
@ every guy who's shocked that Kaom and I (or any girl in general) play video games:
Wow. You're surprised girls play video games?( Where the hell do you live that they're so scarce?) I'm with Kaom on this one.
The term "tomboy" comes to mind.
Well.... we are a rare breed, if you wanna put it like that.
Aw, fuggit, I just don't mix with the usual female activities. I play video games and draw instead of shop and goosh over celebrity boys. My dad's been trying to get me to wear open-toe sandals and something other than jeans and t-shirts. Yes, that's how far dettached from femininity I am. Or reality. I think video games like Zelda are a good way to escape the daily boredom of reality sometimes. (Well, when I wanna blow something up without maiming anyone.)
Too bad I'm a sports failure..... I'm too much of a wimp.
I heard some rumor that a great percentage of Zelda fans are girls. Specially Dark Link and Vaati fangirls. *coughcough present coughcough*
i've lived a lie then... i no longer have the will to live...
nah , really, girls that play are rare but not THAT much, what is extremely rare (no offense) is to find one that can kick your ass in a/any game =P
"Gamer girls" are just... a bit rare. At least those who actually buy consoles. I know several girls that play some computer games, but none who own a console.
Actually, I know several girls who buy consoles, (e.g. Gamecube, Wii)
but only a few of them play Zelda, and I have to say all of them are somewhat tomboy.
I believe that's not true, boys have always been the majority of RPG game fans, although Zelda is not exactly an RPG.
Originally Posted by Nya-kwii
It may not be true, but it sure feels like it when at least 1 in every 15 girls in my class knows what Zelda is, even if she doesn't play it.
The only Zelda game I've seen as an RPG is Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, and it wasn't too effective. The rest could possibly fall in the category of "Adventure Game", but I really don't know. I'm no game expert.
Then again, I can never forget the God-awful CD-i Phillips games... those were garbage. *hurls*
As for consoles, I have the Gamecube.
Handhelds... every model of Gameboy except the first one (the big one that looks like a brick), the micro, and the SP. I have the DS too, but my brpther hogs it to play Brain Age. My Brain Age goes higher instead of going lower. WAHH)
I have the Plastation, but I'd be a happier soul if I had the PS2. There's some RPGs I wanna play.
okay i wanted to see her real form so i looked it up on youtube........ ehhhhh, i thought you guys were making her out to be like hotter then Zeldax10 and she turned out to be a "ehhhh"
To me, the arbiter's grounds was the best dungeon, no doubt. I loved the mummies that froze you and then hit you with the big ass cleaver. The ghost rats and insects were a pain though.
I was hoping there would have been more to do with such a big area to travel through.