Fairy Fountains, without a doubt. The first time I saw one, I was playing on the Gamepad (being pretty late at the time so I was lazing in bed) and I made a point of getting out of bed and turning on my TV just to see it in HD. I think the beautiful lighting and particles along with the music...
The Fairy Fountain's are absolutely breathtaking. And I mean literally. I had to stop and take it all in before even thinking about getting a bigger bomb bag. The Sea really benefited from the lighting updates, too. It made travelling the world an even more beautiful spectacle than it used to be.
I thought that the Ice Palace had a nice gimmick with the lift system sort of the thing. However, the vast majority of the dungeon design was narrow ledges with awkward-to-kill enemies dotted around everywhere which made it a total pain to play through. Some of the puzzles annoyed me a little...
Team Gamepad! I honestly find it to be light and comfortable in my hands. I also love the way it's integrated into the game with the map and item system. I feel that it's the perfect controller for playing Zelda, and I really hope Zelda U uses it in a similar way.
Dances with Wolves-9/10
My dad's been begging me to watch this for ages, and I'm glad he did. A brilliant story both entertaining and emotional. Some incredible camera work, too. Extended Edition is really long but I didn't even care that much!
Ha, that's absolutely ridiculous. I know it's considered one of the best Wii games but for that price tag? No way would I go for that!
As a side note, if anyone does have it already.. Is it worth getting from eBay or Amazon?
Ehhh, while this would work because it's a new setting that can be expanded on really well, I know that I'd miss Hyrule... But I agree more with Lex, founding Hyrule would be pretty cool, and they set that up really well at the end of SS.
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I'm going to have to go with the bow as well, as it's been in pretty much every Zelda game and is so much fun to use. The motion controls in Skyward Sword definitely made it cooler and easier to use (I found the sticks too sensitive and the IR controls from TP...
I'm pretty diverse within gaming... My favourite games inclue Sonic Adventure 2, Just Cause 2 and Pokémon Emerald... So it's hard to pinpoint a single genre.
If I HAD to say, it would either be Adventure or Platforming. Maybe both. Maybe not.
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I think it's a shame that Ubisoft made the decision so quickly. I know that ZombiU was pretty much a failure in terms of sales, but I think one of the reasons is because it was a launch title. At that point, people were unsure about the Wii U and whether they'd get it or not. However, popularity...
The gameplay is always key, and should always be more important than the story. The game's wouldn't be half as successful without the iconic gameplay that's so polished.
However, I do feel that story is important as it is the driving force for the game, and it's always good fun to see how the...
Batman has no powers but is a badass... Superman has too many powers but doesn't seem as badass...
The film would be Superman wrecking everyone's sh*t with lasers and stuff and Batman would be, like, talking to him on the Batphone.
I really enjoy looking around the world and the dungeons to look at their designs, especially in the more recent games. They look great! I also do it for the items and Easter Eggs like everyone else. What's a Zelda game without exploration? :D
The Dark World is cool as it is actually alternate, rather than just being the same. And it's vital to the story, progression and puzzles.
The Twilight Realm really really annoyed me. It was just the normal area with too much yellow and bloom.
The Silent Realm was sweet because it was the...
I think this would be a really good idea for a special edition or something, especially if they make a pretty big and diverse world. I really like having little things like a map with a game, it's just really cool :3
I'm pretty diverse when it comes to gaming genres, but I still rank them all together. Like, I'll have Majora's Mask, Far Cry 3 and Spider-Man 2 in the same list and just not care.
However, when it comes to comparison I tend to compare to a similar genre so I can have a fair discussion with...
I guess I see what you mean, but there could always be a combination. I don't know how weird it would sound, but eh. Personally, I prefer it being orchestrated because I don't want imitation. But each to their own.
Well, this really annoyed me. Orchestral music is done everywhere, I agree with that. But that's because it's grand and has power to it. I'd rather have orchestral music like SS than MIDI trying to be orchestral like in TP. The composition was great in TP, but it sounded awful at times.