So I've been on the search for Four Swords ever since I got a Gamecube. I walked to the Gamestop by work the other day on my break to see if they sold GameCube games at that location and the employee said, "the company no longer carries Gamecube games anymore!" :bored But he suggested I try a place called Entertain Mart. Turns out there's one right next to my university.
I went in, and guess what I found! The Legend of Zelda : Four Swords Adventures! =D I now have a perfect addition to my little sister's Christmas gift. I think I'll be able to get a couple of Gameboy Advances at Game X Change so that we can play it together too. :amuse
Damn, I am jealous. As far as gameboy games the only ones I played are a link to the past and the oracle ones... I always wanted to play four swords and the original zelda (which is supposed to be pretty hard) in particular. I always thought about getting them online and playing them through emulators but I have just been too lazy to look around. I don't have any realistic chance of finding them in any other way though. I wish my country had amazon or ebay without those insane international rates for delivery.... Maybe I should just look for my old gameboy and see if it works and give a link to the past a another run.
I wanted to play Four Swords, but apparently you can't play it alone... :(
I grew up having an Atari and an NES and they were always around for as long back as I could remember. So it was some years later when I could give attention to it to finally sit down and beat it. I remember playing them with my Dad, and hearing them being played when I was in bed trying to sleep. I even remember finding out that my MOM had tried to play the NES and seemed to start doing regularly for a while. But she always denied it :lmao I guess she was afraid of the teasing. Weird how some things become a part of your childhood. I guess this is pretty commonplace nowadays, oh well :p
What you guys have to say about Skyward sword? I didn't play it but it sounded pretty well made when I saw it on the net.
Skyward Sword is one of the best games of 2011, TheBoss. And with my unadulterated, completely biased opinion, it is THE best game of 2011. I don't know that I will ever have as much fun playing a game as I did with Skyward Sword, but I hope that I do! It has its flaws like all video games, but the gameplay was just wonderful. I would literally play it for 8 hours straight on my winter break between semesters and be like, "where did the time go??" I think that's a sign of a great game. The motion controls are what really brought it to life for me.
Definitely give it a shot!!
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So there was this DS Lite in the lost and found at work for three months and I finally said, "fuck it, I'm taking this home!" XD It's red and beautiful and I bought Phantom Hourglass today. I have to finish The Wind Waker first (getting close), but it's going to be awesome. :arf
Zelda manga one-shot especially from the skyward sword D:
Too bad its only translated to spanish but its only a matter of time I guess xD
^I think that's included in the Zelda art book
I'm pretty sure that it was in Hyrule Historia, yeah. And it's ok, TheBoss. n_n I've actually read it in English. I downloaded it somewhere a few weeks back. Sorry that I don't have the link anymore!
I'll be waiting there for you. :cheez