Oculus-Orbis wrote:Slidikins wrote:Majora's Mask was much better than OoT, just needed 1 or 2 more dungeons. Personally my favorite Zelda was Link's Awakening. Game was epic, Ballad of the Wind Fish still plays in my head, and the ending just had me sitting there in wonderous thought. The way the story progressed was just masterful as well.Ninjanuity wrote:Majora's Mask is my favorite Zelda as well. Even though it was shorter than Ocarina of Time (if you knew what you were doing), I liked that it was harder. Also, there were a lot more sidequests.
My top 3 favorite zelda games:
1)A Link To The Past(All around fantastic, the atmosphere, the music, the items, dungeons, etc. A complete package)
2)Link's Awakening(such an awesome game, the music was very well done)
3)Legend Of Zelda(So much time dedicated to this game, as a child)
I really want to play A link to the past I've never played it and I hear it's one of the best Zeldas. Someday..
The original Legend of Zelda is my 3rd favorite. It's just amazing. I spent a lot of time playing it on my 3DS. Still can't beat Ganon. I actually like Zelda 2 as well. I don't know why everyone bashes it. It's a pretty good game. The challenge is really high but that just makes the game more rewarding. And it's the only game where Link actually gets some in the end rather than just Zelda saying thank you and sending him packing.
Twilight Princess was a very good game...for the GameCube. It just shouldn't be played on the Wii. I did play it on the Wii, and it is the game that got me into the Zelda franchise, but the motion controls were just laughable. The atmosphere was good, I liked that it was mature, but Majora's Mask felt more mature, which is why I like it more. It dealt with more harsh situations, and completing quests didn't even feel rewarding because the world was going to end anyway. Completing the Anju and Kafei sidequest was just sad because immediately you knew they were going to die so all the work you did was for nought. And the Final hour music just amplifies it, it's a very emotional tune. The Skullkid's story was also very sad. The ending, while joyous and happy, was a bit bittersweet, especially when they show the Deku Butler mourning his son. Overall it's such a depressing game and it just treats you a lot more like an adult.
I don't think they should go back to that style.