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  • While the Wii version is superior in lasting appeal and game play to the Gamecube version, the GC is still an amazing adventure to play

    • by Anthony
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      Remember those days on your old Nintendo, hacking away with your sword in that little old game called “The Legend Of Zelda”? Or maybe you also remember that years later the series re-invented itself with the Nintendo 64 classic, “The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina of Time” ? It’s been a decade since that classic was released, and now a new game in the popular franchise has emerged, and it’s Link’s greatest adventure yet. The game was released in November

      of 2006 for the Nintendo Wii and again in December of 2006 for the Nintendo Gamecube.

      There are noticeable differences in both consoles; the Wii’s version of the game is motion censored with the Wii-mote and Nun chuck controllers.

      The world itself is almost completely mirrored to the Gamecube version, so if your playing the GC version and your using a strategy guide to help you with those difficult puzzles, you’re going to have some trouble figuring out ...


      • which way to go.

        While the Wii version is superior in lasting appeal and game play to the Gamecube version, the GC is still an amazing adventure to play.

        Possibly one of Gamecube’s most gorgeous and detailed games.

        The puzzles will keep you in the many temples for a long period of time.

        While the gameplay, storyline, and graphics are almost perfect, some flaws arise.

        The hope of voice acting (as which finally premiered in Final Fantasy X) is

        still somewhere out there in the dreams of Zelda fans, as only text is available in this game (as in all Zelda games).

        And a lack of orchestrated music as we heard many of in “Ocarina of Time” is used in this game.

        The game is almost the perfect game, and is possibly one of the greatest games ever made.

        It’s a must buy game.

        If you don’t have a Wii, goodluck because this game is already a rare GC gem.




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