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the sound hasn't gotten to me yet but a few things have.

first off, the fishing. i suck at it, horribly. i spent two hours trying to catch a damn fish to feed that cat.

secondly, and i'm not even sure if i was supposed to be able to perform this feat yet (i'm only a few hours in, just barely met zelda), but after you get your lamp and before you get the key, there's an area where you run up a ramp and there are two pillars. after a great deal of trying i was able to get on the first pillar but never, ever onto the second. i'd either hop straight off the first pillar in the same direction i was when running onto it, or i would overjump the second pillar - no matter where i stood.

so there's two frustrations, however i'm still happily playing it. the game is just too interesting, even if i feel like it's already going at too fast a pace (the whole twilight thing seemed a bit quick).


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no that fun for me

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I absolutely love Twilight Princess I think it is in the top 3 Zelda games of all time :)

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you get to play Zelda at work sometimes?? That makes me very jealous

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i love the twilight princess too. way to go!


Yeah, it would be nice to see something good since StarFox 1, 2 and 64. Still no true evnceide of anything new still.As far as the later ones went Adventures was of course the RareWare dropped Dinosaur Planet project for the Nintendo 64, that had Krystal as a cat and Sabre, the male lead, and was modified to have Fox slapped on. Assault I thought was a step in the right direction with a fresh part to the story with voice acting I was quite a fan of. Though everyone debates about the on foot part, it was something fresh and wasn't that bad. There could have indeed been more Arwing action though. Command, though directed by the the one who used to be the lead programmer for StarFox 1, I thought had a horrid story with horrible writing. It was like some sort of crappy fanfiction. Didn't like the character design either. Ring any bell-shaped heads?

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