Dark themes are probably my favourite. My favourite temple is Stone Tower Temple and that has a lot of dark themes and imagary. Also the shadow temple in OoT is really cool and even the Forest Temple in OoT incorporates a lot of dark themes.
My favourite is the bunnyhood as it is probably the most useful mask in the game, because it helps you do the most things in three days.
I also really like the couple's mask because it looks really cool and the side quest involved to get it is awesome.
I love playing through the game normally while exploring everywhere that I can for secrets, bonuses and sidequests! after I beat the story I usually go back and try to find anything that I missed. All in all I like to soak up the game and get the most out of it.
I like the Skyward Sword Zelda the best because her character was much better than in the other games and it made want Link to actually save her because you cared, not just because it was the end of the game.
I'd prefer the 3DS Zelda to come out first. Since the last full-blown entry in the series was on a console, it would be nice for the developers to wait a while so they can take their time and make Zelda WiiU as good as it can be. They usually have different teams working on handheld Zelda...
If the game is really good and I have the time I replay them. I've probably played OoT through around 3-5 times. I've also played through Phantom Hourglass, Majora's Mask and Twilight Princess quite a few times.
Personally I don't think that it sounds like a good idea. A lot of the puzzles relied on the top down view, as did many of the boss fights. I think that a reimagining of the game in 3D would be a good idea though. It could have a very similar overworld and very similar dungeons and boss...
The game is very different from every Zelda game, and that's probably why it's my favourite. It places a greater emphasis on side quests and NPC relationships. The three-day system added a feeling of franticness because you knew the world was always going to end. Even the locals were...
So, what's everyone's favourite quote from the Legend of Zelda series? It can be from any character from any game.
Mine is "You've met with a terrible fate, haven't you?" I find that this quote really sums up the dark undertones in Majora's Mask and really helps to set up the atmosphere of the...
For me it's the Dragon from the original Legend of Zelda. There's one room that has a ton of wizrobes and Like-likes that I can never get through. The like-likes always eat my magic shield so every time I have to go and get 90 rupees before I challenge it again, it got really tedious after...
I like the green tunic in all the games. The only time I ever use the other tunics are the times that they are necessary. Although I actually prefer the blue tunic from Link's Awakening DX to the original one, but you can't change once you get it so I'm not sure if it counts.
I greatly prefer the OoT Kakariko village; there was much more to do and the graveyard was really cool, and creepy. It was also really cool how the people from castle town all moved there when you were adult Link. Not to mention the music was better than TP's Kakariko Village Theme, (it wasn't...
Vaati, Ganondorf and Majora. Vaati because he's so cool, and Ganondorf is super intense and epic. Majora is my favourite just because of how much mystery there is surrounding it and how powerful it is.
Definately Scaldera, the battle just seemed so frantic and intense because you kept having to run up the hill and roll bombs down. King Dodongo was too easy, and the battle, while good, seemed a little slow; although the scale was epic.
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Mine would have to be a toss up between the colour dungeon from Link's Awakening DX and the Ancient Castle of Ikana. I think I'd have to pick Ikana just because of the erie atmosphere that surrounds the whole place.
On the gameboy games I always tend to alternate B and A rapidly and on the DS games I usually quickly tsp the center of the pokeball on the touch screen. I know it does nothing but it's a superstition from when I played the games as a kid.
It wasn't the greatest ending; although I was fine with it. I liked the idea of Zant being a puppet, it showed how powerful Ganondorf is. I didn't like how pathetic he was during the fight with him though.
Fi was the least annoying, she was actually a good character and rather interesting. For me Midna was the most annoying, atleast of the three of them. Although, I never really got annoyed by any helpers except for Princess Zelda in Spirit Tracks.