This game was definitely a childhood favorite and I doubt I'll ever forget about it. I spent countless hours while in my youth playing this game, over and over again. There was no better feeling than obtaining the master sword, and, finally beating that damn worm boss:
That boss could be cause some serious frustration, bumping you off the side and having you restart the attack every 2 minutes, and from the beginning. So it was definitely nice to finally watch him explode while you take the victory. However, when it comes to this game, there are too many great memories to name. It was one of my first favorite video games of all time, and in some ways, still is today.
If it wasn't for my save data on my Wii U going corrupt or missing I'd still be playing this game on the Wii U tablet in bed while being lazy or relaxing. However, I still do play from time to time, just not as often.
Does this game bring anyone else on a trip down memory lane?
I was 5 when I last owned this game. It was the first game I got for the Super Nintendo. When I replayed the game 10 years later and actually understood what to do I found it really enjoyable.
Danthex: Our profits have multiplied by 5 ever since we closed down every other bar in Varrock. No person would drive to falador or their beer...yuck!...Why are you looking at your phone Demarco? What are you doing? Demarco16: Playing RuneScape GO. Im about to kill a blue dragon inside this club. Danthex: But you do that **** in real life as an adventurer...playing kid games and ****.
Post by hissae2 on Apr 28, 2016 13:26:50 GMT -7
I have this game on the Wii virtual console. I spent quite a bit of time playing it. It's really amazing how different the Zelda games look now compared with back then.
Post by demonskeith on Jun 9, 2016 22:28:10 GMT -7
I've never really played this, but I think its finally on the Wii U or 3DS VC library. So I'll have to get it and finally play the game.
Had it on my Game Boy Advance, lost the card, found it years later, restarted the game, got further than I was then I put the card down somewhere and I have no idea where I left it, it is THE ONLY GAME I EVER LOSE
Post by demonskeith on Jun 11, 2016 21:05:23 GMT -7
It was on GBA as well? Dammit how have I never played this game yet?
I still bring out my SNES once in a while to play this and Zombies Ate My Neighbors. They were my favorite single and multiplayer games growing up.
Post by classicgamer on Jun 22, 2016 13:02:00 GMT -7
I enjoyed this game, my favorite Zelda game out there.
Post by megannatasha on Sept 6, 2017 14:02:51 GMT -7
Huge Zelda fan, this never get's old! I can't wait to try the new one on the Nintendo Switch.
Post by GamingLyfe on Nov 25, 2017 22:06:17 GMT -7
I'll never forget the feeling of pulling the master sword from the rock in the forest after defeating all of the bosses, that weapon was badass, and when fully charged you could spin those electric looking rings from your sword as an alternative to hand-to-hand combat. Then there's those chickens.. we all know about those swarms of chickens that attempt to peck you to death for bullying one of their buddies. ^^ Great game!!
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Post by Lottie on Feb 17, 2018 14:47:42 GMT -7
I didn't know that you could play this on the Wii U. That is enough to make me want to go buy one asap. This game brings back so many memories. I had almost forgotten how awful Moldorm was. He was easily one of the most frustrating bosses. I remember hating Trinexx with a passion as well. Getting the Master Sword was always exciting, but I think I actually got the most excited whenever I acquired the Hookshot. I don't really know why.