Does anyone else do this in a Zelda game?

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User Info: spyers

spyers
4 years ago#1
Whenever you play the game, do you make it your priority to collect every item and fill out your pause screens?

Since I started playing Zelda games, I always seek to find every usable item in order to have a complete item screen. And things like heart pieces and miscellaneous items are always a pleasure to find.

When this new one comes out, more likely I will see to do just that while progressing in the game.

Anyone else does this for a Zelda game?

User Info: Awakened_Link

Awakened_Link
4 years ago#2
lol yeah. I'm a completionist fanatic; I can't play any Zelda game without exploring every nook and cranny, opening every treasure chest, collecting every Piece of Heart, playing every minigame & sidequest, maximizing the wallet and obtaining all quiver/bomb upgrades and optional items, etc.
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User Info: iKhanic

iKhanic
4 years ago#3
Nah, I get the things I come across, but other than that, I stick to the main mission
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User Info: LLL_Deadly

LLL_Deadly
4 years ago#4
My first playthrough is always my 'story' playthrough (i.e I go through the game without doing any sidequests, just focusing on completing the story).

My second playthrough is always my 100% one, where I get everything and such.

User Info: Someguy_13

Someguy_13
4 years ago#5
Always.

100% is the best way to get the full enjoyment of a game.
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User Info: mnemeth2005

mnemeth2005
4 years ago#6
Yes! I hate it when my wallet is full and I find a treasure in a dungeon and its a rupee.
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User Info: HylianCyndaquil

HylianCyndaquil
4 years ago#7
I try to at least :P
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User Info: DekuFireMage

DekuFireMage
4 years ago#8
Always a 100% completion, then an ultimate challenge run.
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User Info: yokoexe

yokoexe
4 years ago#9
I just finished playing every Zelda game over the last year and a bit. I didn't bother with any upgrades or anything other than what was quick and would aid me through the game.
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User Info: MooglePeru

MooglePeru
4 years ago#10
I do this with every single game I've got.

1st Run: Blind Run. No FAQs, no Internet. Just enjoy the damn game and all that it has to offer me.
2nd Run: FAQ 100% run. Get everything that the game has to offer, including difficulty levels.
3rd Run: Ultimate Challenge. 3H Run, Speed Run, 100% Item Run, Low Level Run, Minimalist Run... one of those. Not all of them, though, that would be a sorely waste of time and life.
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