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Old 2009-03-30, 21:45   Link #41
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What I'd like to see out of Zelda, personally, is either an actual Ocarina of Time remake, or something entirely new.

A darker Zelda set in a "modern-day" Hyrule? Sign me up, please.
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Old 2009-03-31, 07:14   Link #42
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Ocarina of Time (adult) -> Wind Waker -> Phantom Hourglass
Ocarina of Time (child) -> Majora's Mask -> Twilight Princess
It's:

Ocarina of Time (child) -> Majora's Mask -> Wind Waker -> Phantom Hourglass

In the intro of the wind waker they tell you the story of OOT. And that after Ganon was defeated he came back again but the hero did not return (this was when Link was in Termina)
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Old 2009-03-31, 10:32   Link #43
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It's:

Ocarina of Time (child) -> Majora's Mask -> Wind Waker -> Phantom Hourglass
Wrong. The intro of Wind Waker tells us that Ganondorf took over, and that the hero defeated and sealed him away. This is exactly what happens after Link first gets trapped by trying to pull out the Master Sword. At the end of Ocarina of Time, Link returns back to the time where he was a child, and this future does not happen again.
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Old 2009-03-31, 14:01   Link #44
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Actually for the most part l33t_noob actually seems to be correct. The intro does say the Hero of Time simply dissappeared when Ganon returned to Hyrule after being defeated once which led onto Windwaker. My opinion is they just simply diverge onto two continuities or are taking creative liberties.

I wouldn't take it to heart, the only real solid connections seem to be OoT -> MM and Windwaker -> Phantom Hourglass.

See in Twilight Princess they did hint at the Stalfos you keep fighting for the secret techniques being the original Hero of Time Link. Which screws up alot of stuff.

As for Twilight Princess it had a few major issues, too many damn rupees seriously every single secret you found was MOAR RUPEES. Too easy overall in the fights bosses usually die in like 3 hits and a REALLY big but absolutely devoid of life Hyrule Field.

This is a absolute crying shame because the weapons, cinematics and boss designs/battles were absolutely brilliant in TP. I cannot stress the epicness of the Argorok, Stallord, Ganondorf fights and Armorgohma was just fun.
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Old 2009-03-31, 17:28   Link #45
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train? o Didn't see that one comming (well should have - first a boat now a train). Where's good old Epona?
Nah - this aside the games still looks kinda fun and interesting.
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Old 2009-04-01, 09:21   Link #46
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Actually for the most part l33t_noob actually seems to be correct. The intro does say the Hero of Time simply dissappeared when Ganon returned to Hyrule after being defeated once which led onto Windwaker. My opinion is they just simply diverge onto two continuities or are taking creative liberties.
His argument is incorrect. Of course what he regurgitated from the intro is correct.

The timeline does diverge. Interviews with Miyamoto and Aonuma confirm the following timeline, which I drew a couple years ago to illustrate:

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Old 2009-04-01, 17:56   Link #47
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His argument is incorrect. Of course what he regurgitated from the intro is correct.

The timeline does diverge. Interviews with Miyamoto and Aonuma confirm the following timeline, which I drew a couple years ago to illustrate:
Exactly. But don't forget to point out that Link from OoT continued his life only in the child timeline. He vanished from the adult timeline when the adult Zelda sent him in the past and sealed the doors of time at the end of OoT.
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Old 2009-04-23, 03:50   Link #48
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What I'd like to see out of Zelda, personally, is either an actual Ocarina of Time remake, or something entirely new.

A darker Zelda set in a "modern-day" Hyrule? Sign me up, please.
Doesn't seem to be likely, in my opinion. I can't seem to picture it, and maybe neither do the procedures as well.
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Old 2009-04-23, 07:15   Link #49
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I dont think the peeps at nintendo officially stated where TP sat, but it was more rumoured to be between OOT and WW. But ultimatly it could be on any side, TP dosent really have any ties to either timeline. i have always thought the least messy timeline explanation is this one lol

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCSlN...0A193E&index=5
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Old 2009-04-30, 06:49   Link #50
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I can't afford a DS, so I can't play the game T-T
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Old 2009-05-01, 14:44   Link #51
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His argument is incorrect. Of course what he regurgitated from the intro is correct.

The timeline does diverge. Interviews with Miyamoto and Aonuma confirm the following timeline, which I drew a couple years ago to illustrate:

I don't even worry about timelines with Zelda anymore. xD; They don't connect story-wise so much so it's not really worth it to worry about chronological order. Though, Ocarina of Time --> Majora's Mask is pretty obvious.
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Old 2009-12-01, 14:54   Link #52
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Only a few days remeaning before seeing Zelda: Spirit Tracks hit the shelves

Newest trailer











I really love the artstyle used since The Wind Waker on these games. Zelda is super cute


Three Commercials you must see








As a reminder, Spirit Tracks is a direct sequel to Phantom Hourglass (100 years later). To celebrate it, here the Credits Theme of Phantom Hourglass




I can't wait

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Old 2009-12-01, 15:02   Link #54
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I love your enthusiasm
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Old 2009-12-01, 16:09   Link #55
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I love your enthusiasm
Zelda and Square Enix games are the only reasons I like (I use that term loosely with Nintendo) my DS
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Old 2009-12-02, 11:09   Link #56
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In the meantime I'm still busy with Etrian Odyssey, and after that I have a huge backlog.

I would like Zelda (the character) more if she didn't use eye shadow. Make-up disgusts me.

So, does this game have a Four Swords-like multi-player component, or something?
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Old 2009-12-02, 15:03   Link #57
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Zelda and Square Enix games are the only reasons I like (I use that term loosely with Nintendo) my DS
You don't seem to like Nintendo a lot But i forgive you since you like the Zelda games

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So, does this game have a Four Swords-like multi-player component, or something?
Depends on what you mean. If you mean a multiplayer aspect like in the main adventure in Four Swords Adventures then no. But it does have a normal multiplayer battle mode !

Oh, and an orchestral remix of the new overworld theme from the very first trailer of Spirit Tracks



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You don't seem to like Nintendo a lot But i forgive you since you like the Zelda games
Well Nintendo has disappointed me I think this comic strip represents it best:

Spoiler for space:


Nintendo has brought in a lot of fans and money but lost the fans who were fans of the old nintendo games by creating so many party games that most people will only play for 1 week drop and find something more interesting, the Wii and DS is like that dumb hot blonde and after you have had your fun you realize they are fun but not someone you will be keeping around for a long time.
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Old 2009-12-03, 08:36   Link #59
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Oh, great, another "Nintendo-abandoned-the-hardcore-gamers" argument. Get over yourself. They still release games you would like. Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is proof of that.

At any rate, there are many other games on the DS worth buying. There's more than Legend of Zelda and Square-Enix.
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You don't seem to like Nintendo a lot But i forgive you since you like the Zelda games



Depends on what you mean. If you mean a multiplayer aspect like in the main adventure in Four Swords Adventures then no. But it does have a normal multiplayer battle mode !

Oh, and an orchestral remix of the new overworld theme from the very first trailer of Spirit Tracks



Already sounds better than any piece of music used in Phantom Hourglass. Then again there was little about that games presentation and my experience of it that didn't end up disappointing me so it's not hard to improve on. Actually I'd have to say that Phantom Hourglass is probably the most disappointing game I've ever played in all my 25 years and as a result I still haven't finished it despite my best efforts to apply myself to it. It's just that hard for me to get into. Yes a Zelda title that is hard to immerse yourself in.....

It says a lot when I can truthfully say that there isn't a single thing that game did that wasn't done better by another Zelda game. Hopefully they decide to put a lot more effort into Spirit Tracks and maybe it can make up for that because otherwise my impression of Zelda is going to have a long road to recovery.
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