what is your favorite small detail in your favorite Zelda game?

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2 years ago#1
what is your favorite attention to detail from your favorite Zelda game?
whether it's a small gameplay feature, a visual detail or something miscellaneous an NPC says or does


for me:
TP: even when you don't have your sword and shield drawn, the shield on your back still works and deflects incoming arrows
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2 years ago#2
I love how seagulls follow you when you're sailing in WW

Also it's not my favorite Zelda game, but SS was full of nice details. My favorite being that you can look through the door in the sealed temple and see Zelda's crystal
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2 years ago#3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VRr9NG7RE0
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2 years ago#4
I don't know why, but I've always enjoyed watching Valoo's silhouette atop Dragon Roost as I sail either towards or away from the island...
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2 years ago#5
Don't have a particular favorite but I appreciate all of the scenery in TWW. I went into the bar located at Windfall Isle and there was a window where you could see the sea and clouds and stuff like that. For a game released in 2002-2003 I thought that was something cool.
2 years ago#6
Running while swinging the sword in Twilight Princess. I don't get why they took that out of SS
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2 years ago#7
When Link takes a few steps back away from Saria as they are saying goodbye.
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2 years ago#8
iKhanic posted...
Running while swinging the sword in Twilight Princess. I don't get why they took that out of SS


IIRC, that wasn't in the GC version. It was great for cutting grass. Shame there was nothing useful in it. There was already way too many rupees and not much to spend them on, hearts that you didn't need becuase the game was extremely easy, and arrows that could be bought for very cheap. BTW, why weren't bombs a spoil in TP?
2 years ago#9
CrystalKing5426 posted...
iKhanic posted...
Running while swinging the sword in Twilight Princess. I don't get why they took that out of SS


IIRC, that wasn't in the GC version. It was great for cutting grass. Shame there was nothing useful in it. There was already way too many rupees and not much to spend them on, hearts that you didn't need becuase the game was extremely easy, and arrows that could be bought for very cheap. BTW, why weren't bombs a spoil in TP?


Thats why it qualifies as a small detail...
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2 years ago#10
The sword flourish in TP when you sheathe it after slaying an enemy gets me every time.

I absolutely love going to the Swordsman's school (I forget the actual name) in MM on the last day. Earlier on, he claims that he will jump into the sky and cut the Moon in half, but if you go there during the final hours, you can find him cowering in the corner of a secret room at the back of the building.
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