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I finished The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. I know it doesn't say clear data or anything, but here you can see all the heart upgrades and 50/50 miiverse stamps. In my playthrough(I'm gonna sound like ThatOneVideoGamer, dood) I collected all 60 Poe Souls, all 24 Golden Bugs, all 50 miiverse stamps(as you can see), learnt all 7 Hidden Skills, completed the Cave of Ordeals and the exclusive Cave of Shadows(if you read my previous post, I said I was going try this again tomorrow and, well, it technically is tomorrow over here at the time of this post). I'll make a second post with more screenshots.
Going from the Wii version of this game, which is the mirrored version of the GameCube and Wii U, it didn't feel all that different. I do remember many different parts of the game, but everything still felt exactly the same. I never played the GameCube version so it was nice to experience it with a normal controller, or GamePad. HD definitely looks better in my eyes. One of the features that I liked about this game was the quick change button on the Items menu on the GamePad, no more going through Midna's text every time you want to change forms! I'm still not sure how this Wolf Link amiibo will work for Breath of the Wild, I just know that to access the Cave of Shadows, you scan the amiibo while on the collection/pause screen. And I'm kind of disappointed that I didn't really use my Link, Zelda or Ganondorf amiibo that often. I guess it's a nice bonus, but otherwise not really needed.
Well, anyways, it's a great game. playing Nintendo Zelda

0 February 2, 2017

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@EternalMemory Hey, relax guy.
First of all:
Second of all, Zelda games are most definitely not RPGs.
You don't have to care about how I spend my time. You really are hopeless, aren't you, dood?

Reply February 3, 2017

"I'm gonna sound like ThatOneVideoGamer, dood"
You might when it comes to dedications, however, you do not (in all circumstances) in terms of reasonings. You sank a-hundred-hour on an offline-RPG-game(something very impractical and something I will not consider doing!) while I sank hundreds-of-hours to preset my Characters for OBT and to get to know the game to a point that I will be able to progress in considerate-phase on release with the convenience, knowledge and skills I have. You are time-sinking on something pointless, I am time-sinking for preparations and presets that will to me play a value on OBT-launch. The game I am dying-for right now, I make sure it is worth to die-for before I cast whatever vengeance I may have all to this ukkking game. I am well-researched when it comes to these kind of stuff. With all of that coordinated-informations, Revelation Online is what I mostly-recommended that I play at this moment for the best of my considerate-interest. I am an interested-person if some of you may wonder. This doesn't mean that I aim to be a Politician, but ofcourse, I know how to think and consider.
The difference here is clear; Offline-RPG : Online-MMORPG . If you are in to sandbox, you could have just modded or if you know how to use Unity(or whatever Engine. You are free to use as you don't need licensing when you don't intend to do commercial), you could have just created your game-world. What matters here if it's offline?

Reply February 3, 2017

Congratulations! Celebrate with braised pork belly!

Reply February 2, 2017

Poe Souls:
Golden Bugs:
Hidden Skills:
Cave of Ordeals:
SPOILER ALERT! Cave of Shadows:
GamePad Items menu:

Reply February 2, 2017