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Is completing BOTW worth it

  • Yes
  • No, collect certain things, fuck the poop seeds
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• 17h

Vah Medoh confusion or confusions. Can I request help, please ?

For Divine Beast Vah Medoh, I would like to request some help, please ? A few things come to mind : The cold-resist armor set that one gets early game - can that be used on the first part of the Vah Medoh fight in the sky ? If so, should I still have cold-resist foods with me, AND how much equipment do you think I'll need as far as what to fight with ? I know typically bomb and normal arrows and a few guardian arrows, but anything else ? Wanted to prepare before I take this jerk on.

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• 17h

Poll #10 - Favourite Breath of the Wild Theme

I've decided to move onto Fandom's poll system for experimenting. For those of you who use the original Zeldapedia app, unfortunately you cannot make votes because the poll will not appear.


Because of the lack of votes on the previous poll, I will not be displaying the results.


Here are the links to the following themes:

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Main Theme

Nintendo Swtich Presentation 2017 Trailer BGM


What's your favourite Breath of the Wild theme? Place your votes below.

Favourite Breath of the Wild Theme
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Main Theme
  • Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 Trailer BGM
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• 20h

Top 5 EXPECTATIONS for Link's Awakening

It came to us by surprise, and although I had mixed reactions for this, a lot of people including me are hyped for this. Here are my expectations.


5. All Glitches Fixed

Clearly, it's a remake, because the entire game and its mechanics is basically different. That would mean no dungeon glitch in Mabe Village, where you had to go kill two enemies at the beach and run back to the dog house and enter from the side.


4. Hero Mode/Master Mode

It would be a flawed remake if they were to not include a more difficult mode. Here's my priority request to Nintendo - DO NOT INCLUDE IT IN A DLC. This was one of the biggest flaws in BotW, and I do not want to see it happen again. I want everything in one game at launch, not part of it.


3. DLC

I'm not banking on DLC to make an appearance, but it wouldn't hurt to get any that feature new and extra content. It would be nice to see what would happen BEFORE and AFTER Link's Awakening, given that it takes place not too long after A Link to the Past, and not too long before the Oracle of Seasons/Oracle of Ages.


2. More Hints and Less Cryptic Puzzles

Part of the reason I gave up partway through my playthrough of Link's Awakening was simply because some of the puzzles were cryptic. While I don't remember which one it was, it took me hours to be able to simply get to the next dungeon. Given that Nintendo Power was the only thing to use back then, it's not surprising how people nowadays use guides (given how Nintendo Power today isn't very useful as a podcast).


1. Zelda Username Easter Egg

If you didn't know already, setting your name to "ZELDA" in the file select screen will cue the main The Legend of Zelda theme remixed (now known as the "Song of the Hero"). Hopefully they'll bring this Easter Egg back, because it added a nice touch to a game that doesn't feature Zelda.


BONUS: Mabe Village Shopkeeper

Let's be honest. Everyone wants to go and steal from the Mabe Village Shop, return to get absolutely obliterated by the shopkeeper, and be called a THIEF for the rest of the game.


What are your thoughts? What are your expectations?

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Link's Awakening's Possible Release Date

My prediction is that Link's Awakening will be released on June 6, 2019.


About four days ago, I made a prediction of release dates for The Legend of Zelda series. Part of my predictions were affected by Link's Awakening, and I have a rough idea of its release window.


Hours right before Nintendo Direct 2.13.2019, Nintendo removed the code for the leaked SNES games on the Nintendo Switch. Even then, that doesn't stop me from believing that the SNES games will be released on September 19. Among one of those SNES games is A Link to the Past.


Taking a look at previous releases, INCLUDING spin-offs, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition and The Legend of Zelda were released five months apart on the Switch. The Adventure of Link was also released five months after The Legend of Zelda.


There's a chance it would be released on May or June, and I think it would be June, given that was the ORIGINAL VERSION's release date. That would give about four months before those SNES games launch, with A Link to the Past.


What are your thoughts? When do you think Link's Awakening will launch?

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Registered horses

Is it just me or are they not a very good way to travel? The call distance is ridiculously small and they don’t follow you when you fast travel. Am I doing something wrong?
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It might have finally happened...

I was playing Ocarina of Time again, but somehow I'm not getting as much fun of it as I used to.

I think Breath of the Wild has overtaken it as my favorite Zelda game. (Not counting Hyrule Warriors)
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PC

Is Legend of Zelda Breath of the wild available on PC?

Thx in advance

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The Lost Red Logo of The Legend of Zelda

It was 1991 when Nintendo adopted the official main, regal, red The Legend of Zelda logo for A Link to the Past, and it was used for the rest of the franchise ever since then. While some games sported alternate colours, such as Oracle of Ages using Blue and Majora's Mask using Purple, most of the games used the traditional red, that is until Breath of the Wild, where they went White with cracks around it.


With the announcement of Link's Awakening on the Nintendo Switch, we saw that same logo style again, instead of the original regal style we saw in the original and DX versions. This new logo style could be the standard that we see today.


What are your thoughts on the change? Do you think the next game, whether a sequel or remaster/remake, will use this style as well?

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New Category

Given that there's a Breath of the Wild category, and Link's Awakening for Nintendo Switch was recently announced, can we have a Link's Awakening category?

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The Foreshadowing of Link's Awakening in Plain Sight

I'm sensing that Link's Awakening on the Nintendo Switch was to be expected, and it was right in plain sight all this time.


In August 2018, the Timeline was updated, and Link's Awakening the game that was moved. It moved to set BEFORE Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages.


No other game had these move-arounds and whatnot. This is the ONLY game in the Timeline that was moved. Clearly, Nintendo planned to fix up the Timeline with the release of Link's Awakening.


What are your thoughts about this? Was this game really hiding under our noses the whole time?

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Dose ganondorf have a lot of stairs for someone who can float?

Personally I think GANONDORF HAS TOO MANY STAIRS!!!!!!!
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Links awakening

Who wants to see the shopkeeper say "now you will pay the ultimate price" once more?
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What makes Link's Awakening on Nintendo Switch different from "3D" or "HD" Zelda games.

Link's Awakening on the Nintendo Switch is a drastically different game compared to other revisions we saw in the past. What makes this so different than the other games from before?


To clear things up, Ocarina of Time 3D, The Wind Waker HD, Twilight Princess HD, and Majora's Mask 3D are all REMASTERS. Link's Awakening DX is an ENHANCED PORT. Link's Awakening on Nintendo Switch is a REMAKE.


An ENHANCED PORT is the exact same game, with slightly improved graphics (such as colour being added in LA DX) and a little extra content added in, but the overall gameplay, mechanics, and engine remains the exact same, sometimes slightly modified, but generally the same.


A REMASTER is much like an ENHANCED PORT, but there is a significant change in graphics (3D games getting major retextures, HD games having clearer textures). Extra content is added in, and the gameplay is improved by a lot (notably frame rate), but the game remains the same.


A REMAKE is a completely new game, but based on the original game. In this case, Link's Awakening on the Nintendo Switch is no remaster. It's an entire remake of the game, and here's why:

- The screen now continuously moves with the player

- Diagonal movement

- New game engine


There are likely numerous other differences that we haven't seen yet.


What are some things you want to see different in Link's Awakening? What do you want them to keep the same?

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• 2/15/2019

What is your rarest item?

Mine is the ice cream it is a glitched elixir but it is a item so it counts not counting mods. So please tell me your rarest item.
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• 2/14/2019

Strongest weapon found in Breath of the Wild

I'm curious as to what the strongest weapon anyone has found in BotW.

The strongest weapon I have found, was a Savage Lynel Crusher, with an attack up extra ability, and tbe total attack stat was 103.

I just want to know what other people's strongest were.
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• 2/14/2019

Am I the only one who likes the Link's Awakening remake art style?

I think it looks kinda cute, Not what I would have expected, but it is pretty neato. Especially seeing Link's Awakening in itself is kinda different from a lot of Zeldas
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• 2/14/2019

New Prediction Timeline for The Legend of Zelda series

Due to the recent announcement of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening remake for Nintendo Switch, my predictions for upcoming Zelda games have changed. Here's my timeline of releases:


Released/Announced


2017:

- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Wii U, Nintendo Switch)

- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Nintendo Switch)

- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch)


2018:

- Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition (Nintendo Switch)

- Diablo III (Nintendo Switch)

- The Legend of Zelda (Nintendo Switch)

- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo Switch)


2019:

- Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Nintendo Switch)

- The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (Nintendo Switch, unreleased)


Predictions


2019:

- The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Nintendo Switch, release in September)


2020:

- The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Nintendo Switch, release in November)

- The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass/The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (Nintendo 3DS, release in June)


2021:

- The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons/The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (Nintendo Switch, release in June)


2022:

- Untitled Breath of the Wild sequel (Nintendo Switch, release in March)


Take the 3DS remasters with a grain of salt. I have no confidence that Nintendo will push the 3DS as far as 2020. Looking at the sales now, they somewhat drastically decreased, with the poor sales of the Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story remake.


Again, I'm not predicting OoT or MM in this, because they already got remasters. Those remasters aren't old enough to need another remaster.


Anyways, what are your predictions for the franchise? Do you agree with my predictions?

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• 2/14/2019

Links Awakening remastered

I was not expecting links Awakening to me the game the remaster for the switch. Not mad, just surprised.
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