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I just beat Wind Waker. Hot DAMN was that a fun game! I think I'm going to start playing through it again right away. It was that fun!

I've gotta get all the figurines this time, I missed two or three that I couldn't get again on this play through. ;_;



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Is anyone else as annoyed at Tingle as I am, for his insane Rupee prices to decipher the Triforce charts? I mean being the wannabe Kokiri is bad enough, but to be a capitalist pig wannabe Kokiri, it just gets on my nerves. ;)



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#23 Posted on
Tingle, quite frankly, scares me.

I beat the game a couple of days ago, but I haven't started on the second play-through. The nice thing is that they give you the Deluxe Picto Box to start with the second time around. I didn't do the Nintendo Gallery the first time around, because I knew there were so many pictures I missed. Now I get that chance.



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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.44
Well, I officially take back my previous disdain for the boating and searching. I still don't like how often you have to switch the wind, cruise, switch the wind again, and rinse, lather, repeat. But the concept of going to every quadrant and talking to the fish to get the chart info is a fun one. I had a great time doing this, and then going back to the certain areas to get the treasure a second time.

I am even more impressed with the game than I did at first, and I'm just about to return to the Tower of the Gods for the big showdown. What a great game!



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#25 Posted on
My current addiction in the game is fighting the old sword guy. My left index finger cramped from the extended L-Targeting on him. So time wasting....

Oh - and too me - the most bothersome character is the Old guy with giant head and missing daughter who keeps harassing you on Waterfall Island. It's like "Okay, I know your fucking daughter is missing. You don't have to stalk me to tell me."

Phil



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I actually found the sword training to be very fun- granted, I never did fight him again once I hit the thousand mark- but that little exercise (to avoid any spoilers) is highly relavant to the game, much to my pleasure.

I got impatient last night- I thought I would go through and collect as many figurines as I could- search for all of the heart pieces- but 15 heart pieces short and probaly 40% of the figures remaining, I got sick of waiting, translated my Triforce Charts and beat the damned game. Though I have to say I think this is my favorite Zelda game to date, I feel somehow- disappointed... I have to admit it was kind of easy- to call it Puzzle-hard and not Combat-hard is true, I did not die once during the whole game. And that shocked the hell out of me...





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#27 Posted on
You guys are making feel like a wuss for letting the first boss kill me. Although I will admit that it was my own fault for not dodging better, and once I did figure out what I had to do he was cake.



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#28 Posted on
Don't worry Eddie - I died at the first boss too. That has been my only death so far but still...

I had forgotten the first rule of Zelda. The weapon you pick up in the dungeon will be the one you need to kill the boss.

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#29 Posted on
The funny thing is I was explaining that rule to my girlfriend earlier today when she was struggling against the little propeller plant things in the Forbidden Woods (I'm sorry I can't remember their name).

My problem against the first boss wasn't using the weapon effectively. My problem was that rather than swing off of the rope I just clung to it while he shot flame at the sitting duck that was me. Once I realized the key was to swing off the rope (and not throw the grappling hook at the eye), I was fine, except for the fact I had half a heart by that point.



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#30 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.44

    Originally posted by PhilRippa
    My current addiction in the game is fighting the old sword guy. My left index finger cramped from the extended L-Targeting on him. So time wasting....

    Oh - and too me - the most bothersome character is the Old guy with giant head and missing daughter who keeps harassing you on Waterfall Island. It's like "Okay, I know your fucking daughter is missing. You don't have to stalk me to tell me."

    Phil



Phil - go to the options screen and put targetting on "switch." Then you only have to press L once, and it will operate much as it did in previous Zelda installments.

And those are peahats, Eddie. Like the things that came out of the sand in the original Zelda. I'm told the propellor things on the sea are called... seahats.



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PhilRippa
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#31 Posted on
You know - it probably would have helped if I had read the booklet. But thanks for the tip. That made life A LOT easier.

And the world's longest cutscene... Dear Lord, I was able to eat dinner why that thing was going on. (Yes, I am trying to be a spoiler free as possible :-) )

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