The most underrated Zelda game?
I liked it but I think people hated it because it had less content that the ones on the GB, but overall it was a good game.
I liked it quite a lot, being able to go minish and talk to the minish people was really interesting.
I still never fused all my kin stones.
It was alright, better than Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks, but seriously fuck those Kinstones.
My favorite Zelda.
>Colorful as fuck
>Fucking Exelo, man
>Dem feels at the end
>Best Zelda capital for absolute comfiness
>Fucking Cloud Tops
It's my favourite too.
Good choice on OST too.
I didn't like the area in general, but the music was amazing.
It's weird, I went back to play it since I haven't played it since I was a kid and I fucking couldn't do half the god damn puzzles I worked out as a kid. Looking back at my old save I had everything so I must've had some severe autism I grew out off to find everything.
I agree for the most part except for
>Most underrated is SS since there are so many scrubs who can't control their flailing arms well enough to move up/down and side to side
>boring flight mechanics with no sense of speed
>mind numbing material collection
>"here let me describe this item for you again you probably forgot"
>fucking robots because why not
>a stamina system - this shit blew my mind
>only three areas, three and a half if you are being generous
>the silent realm
shitty entry, the coolest thing about the game were the three dragons
That's not Link's Awakening OP
Are the Oracle games underrated still, or do you think they've gotten the love they deserve at this point?
I think they're still underrated. They're actually some of the best 2-D Zeldas, and beat the shit out of the original and LttP, but they will never get that kind of recognition, just because they're a handheld game.
He said the "bad ending", aka the one you get if you fail to reach Vaati on time.
It's more of a non-standard Game Over than an ending, but it's still quite depressing considering the overall tone of the game.
The first two bell chimes are scripted, but the third one is timed. If you take too long to defeat the Darknuts, this happens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZ4C_V3m_bs
Vaati steals all the Light Force from Zelda, and becomes as powerful as a god. It's also implied that Zelda is killed/forever a statue.
Not sure the Four Sword would do the trick. Ezlo says that there's a high chance Zelda won't survive the ceremony, and Vaati says that she will be nothing but "cold and dead stone" once the bell chimes for a third time. She might not die, but the fact that you get a Game Over implies that yes, she died.
When I was young, my parents never really let me or my brother play or own video games. I would play SNES at my neighbors and N64 at my friends house, but I never had games of my own. Eventually, I saved up my own money and bought a GBA around when this game came out. I only had enough for the system, and the guy asked if I already had games for it. I said no and he ended up giving me Minish Cap for free. It's one of my favorite games of all time because of all the fun I had with it as a kid. I still love it.
Ive completed everything in the game except for 1 heart piece
Minish Cap felt too short and small. And the overworld had the same problem as Oracle of Ages - it felt more like an open-air dungeon then anything. Too small, and too fulls of puzzles and stuff. The dungeons are what should be highly complex and plotted, the overworld should be relatively open and inter-connected.
In practice the game itself looked nice, but it was still based around the WW look, and the promo art was definitely WW style, and I'll be honest, I hate the WW style so much that it still bothered me on sheer principle. I wish it had stuck with the Oracle style art direction, I liked that.
Also, getting all the Kinstones is just needlessly difficult.
I know. But it's not being turned into stone what kills her, it's having her Light Force extracted, which Vaati only tries to do that at the end of the game. The sword works on the petrified soldiers because they never underwent the ceremony.
Again, it's Ezlo the one who says that she will probably die if Vaati completes the ceremony.
Am I the only one who thinks Vaati is kind of a stupid villain? He's got the cliche "MUH POWER" thing going on, but he flows over into terrible because he's also a dirty old man wh0o wants to fuck Zelda. Same reason that Cia's an awful villain, bad guys who are evil because they're horny are retarded.
Seriously, why are all the purple Zelda villains so shit?
He doesn't lust after Zelda in The Minish Cap, he just wants her magic power.
But yeah, he is a bit dumb. He sees right from the start that Zelda has a mysterious light power, but he doesn't make a connection between that and the Light Force until it's spelled out to him at the end of the game.
But Ganon has a whole timeline devoted to him winning.