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931  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: December 23, 2006, 12:08:43 AM
I'm hunting down all the upgrades in Twilight Princess. I've found all the bomb bag upgrades, got the giant quiver, and the giant wallet. Though I will admit I cheated and used a FAQ so I could get the wallet and will probably be doing the same with the Poe Souls. I've been using the fortune-teller to hunt down all the pieces of heart, and I now only have fourteen left.

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Racing Yeta was goddamn hard! I eventually said fuck it and started wacking her with my sword and managed to win. This heart piece alone probably took me forty-five minutes.

The others have all been pretty easy. Game clock is currently somewhere over thirty-eight hours.
932  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: December 22, 2006, 05:29:32 PM
Yea, I most definitely rushed through the game. I think the game clock was only around twelve hours when I made it to the third dungeon. I took my time until I made it to the second dungeon, then I realized how well the dungeons were designed and just wanted to keep progressing. I didn't even bother finding any upgrades until after I had finished the sixth dungeon.
933  The Rest / General Discussions / Yearly game awards on: December 22, 2006, 12:19:01 AM
Apparently not:

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Bully is game of the year at GameSpot.


But yea, I agree more with X-Play's awards myself.
934  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: December 20, 2006, 11:15:47 PM
Speaking of Zelda, I just finished it. Game clock was just barely under 34 hours. I'm going to go back and hunt down all the upgrades and whatnot over the rest of my break from school and

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tackle the Cave of Ordeals I found in the desert. I'm assuming it's another fifty floor endurance tests. Loved the one in Wind Waker, so I'll definitely be doing this one.


All in all the ending was pretty damn good. I was pleased. Not my favorite Zelda game, which is still Ocarina of Time because of having been a Zelda timeline buff once upon a time. TP also has a really good story, not as good as Wind Waker's but still very good.

Anyway, I'll post my final impressions on the game in the Zelda topic sometime later.
935  The Rest / General Discussions / Yearly game awards on: December 20, 2006, 12:27:50 PM
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Also, if their special achievements are anything to go by, than with your logic NWN2 has already won and the rest can just go fuck off... Which, admittedly, could happen. Then again, NWN2's got a fair share of technical problems that could screw that up.

Huh? are you referring to my logic? Because I didn't say anything about achievement, I just don't think FFV deserves a spot on the list is all.

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Edit: Though now that I think about it... Maybe 'faithful translation' is in reference to that, at last, FFV came out without a shit translation? :P

To me it read like they thought Square had never released the game stateside, which they had in Final Fantasy Anthology.
936  Media / Single-Player RPGs / The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on: December 20, 2006, 12:20:03 PM
Uh, the GameCube version was released last week.
937  The Rest / General Discussions / Yearly game awards on: December 20, 2006, 01:38:37 AM
How the hell did Final Fantasy V get on the list of best role-playing games at GameSpot? Don't get me wrong, it's a good game, but only because of the awesome job system. Story and character development are almost nonexistent and the graphics have been minorly enhanced.

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Final Fantasy V Advance is a faithful translation of the long-lost 16-bit role-playing game that unfortunately never saw the light of day stateside.

I think they mixed that up with FFIII for DS, but oh well.

Anyway, I'm not sure that Gears of War beat Okami as they don't really have the games listed in any order. I could be wrong about that though because I didn't read any of the headers or explanations.
938  The Rest / General Discussions / Tickle Me... on: December 19, 2006, 12:34:01 PM
I would've thought it funny if it had stopped after the kid got mad and threw it, but no, it had to keep pushing it.
939  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: December 19, 2006, 02:25:23 AM
Just been sidequesting and hunting down upgrades in Twilight Princess. Managed to get a new wallet, quiver, bottle, and bomb bag. I think I'm good to make my way to the next dungeon now.
940  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: December 18, 2006, 12:59:10 AM
Quote from: "Eusis"
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EDIT: I really didn't find that to be a spoiler because I was more than expecting it, but oh well, it's marked now.

I personally wouldn't have guessed it, especially not as a dungeon, and was pretty surprised when I went there, and I knew I would not have wanted to know beforehand. :P

Eh, I guess it was just me then.

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I noticed the Sacred Grove isn't really so much a grove as it is ruins when I picked up the Master Sword. I also noticed there was a portion of the map I couldn't get to, so I was expecting it. I wasn't expecting it to play out the way it did, but I thought it was obvious enough. Oh well.

Sorry for spoiling it for anyone.
941  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: December 17, 2006, 10:53:33 PM
Just finished the
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Temple of Time.

Again, I'm loving the dungeons in this game, though I can see how a lot of people may not like this one. The boss was awesome too...again. Game clock is almost to twenty-five hours. I think before I go looking for the next dungeon I'll hunt down some of the upgrades and such because 300 rupees and 30 arrows isn't quite cutting it anymore.

EDIT: I really didn't find that to be a spoiler because I was more than expecting it, but oh well, it's marked now.
942  The Rest / General Discussions / A Story of Awe-Inspiring Weight Loss on: December 17, 2006, 05:35:26 PM
Uh, is the picture in the link the before or after picture? I'm at a loss for words either way.
943  Media / Single-Player RPGs / The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on: December 17, 2006, 02:23:11 PM
I think TP has the best dungeons (so far at least) of any Zelda game I've ever played. The Forest Temple wasn't too special, but the rest have been fantastic. Great execution as far as the dungeons go.
944  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: December 16, 2006, 02:09:04 PM
I went snowboarding after a Yeti in Zelda. I've now made it to the Snowfall Ruins (at least I think that is what they were called). Game clock is at twenty hours.

Still much in love with it.
945  Media / Single-Player RPGs / The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on: December 16, 2006, 02:06:58 PM
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Whats going on, is the gaem really not all its cracked up to be??? =(

Oh it's as good as it was cracked up to be I think. Storywise it is a little lacking but, as Eusis said, as far as presentation goes it is the best in the series.

Anyway, I'm too busy playing it to make any more comments on it. Once I get it finished I'll give my total impressions.
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