Re: CHAT: Zelda (was Re: CHAT: LEGO , etc...)
|From:||Grandsire, C.A. <grandsir@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, November 24, 1999, 8:43|
Herman Miller wrote:
> I bought a Nintendo 64 just a couple weeks ago so I could play Zelda, now
> that I've actually got the time.
Good choice! Zelda 64 is *the* game of the century IMHO.
Actually, I've been playing Zelda for the
> last two weeks when I should have been conlanging. (Well, I made some
> Zelda-related words for Jeffrey Henning's Dublex game, but I haven't done
> anything with my own langs.)
I have the same symptoms when I have my console with me (actually it
stayed in France, so I can't play as much as I would like to <sigh>).
But I'm really close to the end, so I'll be
> starting back on Tirelat and E2K any day now. I've always liked the Zelda
> games, but I never owned a Nintendo, so I've never played one all the way
> through. It's a great game.
I never played Zelda on NES, but I finished it in two days on Super NES
(well, I played more than 12 hours a day, so that explains how I could
finish it so quickly :) ), and now I have the N64. In fact, even if I
have finished everything, collected the 100 Golden Skultullas, finished
all the quests, collected all the items, won all the games, I still have
fun playing the game and starting it again from scratch! Maybe that's
the sign that it is the best game ever :) (or that I'm completely mad!
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