Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by DevilzFan, Nov 4, 2006.
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Must... have.... Wii... and Zelda....
Ok Nintendo, that does it! you've forced my hand!!! For every hour you don't provide me with my Wii and Zelda, I will kill 1,000 puppies every 15 minutes!
Guys! You gotta help me freeze myself until the Wii comes out!!
"It's like waiting for Christmas...times a thousand"
My reserve is already paid off for Zelda, I have amassed the funds to purchase the Wii. I have arranged for the day off. Everything is set in place. Now is only the torturous wait. At this point it's hard to pay attention in class. Sure I'm trying to take notes on the Byzantine empire but my brain is just going "Zeldazeldazeldazeldazelda WHY AREN'T YOU PLAYING ZELDA RIGHT NOW?"
Who's in favor of Mission Impossible-ing our way into a warehouse for an early copy?
I was ready and waiting to play it LAST YEAR before they set it back. I can wait a few more weeks. Maybe......
Couple more tibbits
cool...as much dungeons as OoT....
thats blinkin longer than i thought it twas gonna be
I still have to wait around December unless I can convince my folks to gimve me my Christmas present early.
am i the only one who isn't pleased about this. yes i don't want to the game to be short but at the same time i'm not gonna play a game for 70 hours
I like my games not being finished in less than 30 hours. The more play time the better. Who wants to $50+ on a game and on a new system and have it end so soon?
Not me. I'm all for a 70+ hour Zelda game.
Unfortunately, I don't think there's any way I'll be able to get a Wii at launch, but I'm certain I'll have one within a week or two. And I'm damn sure grabbing Zelda, first thing!
Thankfully, you can save at any time and anywhere, including temples. However, if you save halfway through a temple and then quit the game, you'll progress will be noted, but you'll have to physically start back at the beginning of the temple when you return. There is a way around that, too, though. You meet this chicken with a man's face named Occolo - he's very disturbing. You can equip him as an item wherever you happen to be in a temple and he'll save your progress in exactly the same room.
Unfortunately I won't have the money for a Wii but will try to charge one to my Sears card at either Sears or K-Mart, I don't care which just as long as I can get it. Sure I will pay more but I don't think I can wait to long and monthly payments won't be so bad. Damn Hasbro for so many Transformers at one time and my completist ways.
Zelda is going to rock so hard I can't wait to play it. 70+ hours is great, maybe a little long but I'm glad it won't be too short. By the way Gigatron 2005 let use know how the freezing goes.
SEVENTY HOURS!?! That's a bit over the top...Sure, I love lengthy games, but most of the time 50 is enough for me...Still getting it, though. This will definately make up for The Wind Waker (which was rather short).
i didnt know sears sold wii
Meh...still not sold on this game. Pitty. Majora's Mask was the alst good Zelda game to me.
Next to Wind Waker, 4 Swords, Oracle of Ages/Seasons and Mini Cap you are totally right.
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