Thinking about tackling this after I finish up playing Lufia, as for some reason I'm just in the mood for some old school gaming. I was just wondering how long this would take a first time player, with NO guide, to beat? Thanks in advance. --- Hello, Dr. Greenthumb, paging Dr. Greenthumb
Not really, speedruns can be done in about 90 minutes, iirc so if you're eager to do a 100% run on the first time, it'll take less than 15 hours depending how good one is at figuring things out (plus with the map showing where thr pendants/jewels are, you don't have to aimlessly wander trying to figure out where to go next) --- I set the laser printer on stun
I'd say it would take 12-24 hours for someone who's completely new to the game. Those 90 minute runs are obviously done by people who know the game inside and out and wouldn't be relevant for a beginner since they involve a lot of sequence breaking and unusual strategies. --- They call me hot dog because I'm always on a roll. - Mutant League Hockey (Genesis)
24 hours if you feel the need to stop thinking every 10 minutes.
Not trying to be insulting, I'm just trying to point out that dungeons can take a bit longer if you just wander instead of actively mapping things out in your head and such. --- It doesn't have to make sense.
Thanks for the help guys. I'm really looking forward to playing this. The only other Zelda I've played was the very first one, which surprised me with its awesomeness. --- Hello, Dr. Greenthumb, paging Dr. Greenthumb
I remember being stuck in the later part of the first Dungeon in the Dark World. You had two rows of the colored blocks and I must have thought about it for two hours before realizing I needed to use a bomb or arrows to trigger the crystal at a distance. This game really made me think when I played it for the first time. That 24 hour estimate probably fits for my first playthrough. Fun times... --- This game has been modified from its original version. It has been formatted to fit this screen.