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About to play Twilight Princess for the first time! Anything I should know....

#1NihilistPosted 6/25/2013 4:44:49 PM
....before I start? Anything I could miss and screw up in the beginning?
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#2HaRRy_TiPPeR_Posted 6/25/2013 10:17:59 PM
hope you got the Gamecube version.
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#3GradyHooverPosted 6/26/2013 6:22:48 AM
You should be fine for a good long while. There's a room in the second half of the game where there used to be a very major save glitch that would render the game unplayable, though: If you get to a room in Kakariko Village with a giant Cannon, DO NOT SAVE IN THERE. Depending on what version of the game you have, saving the game in there may kill your entire game.

I do hope you got the GC version if possible, as that's the "true" version of the game, but it's solid either way.
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#4EstilPosted 6/26/2013 6:28:35 AM
i was wondering if I should pick up the 'Cube version myself...I felt obligated to get the Wii version years ago because I thought it would be best to get used to the idea of the Wii controls...but the collecting glowing berries as a wolf parts felt like busywork and I was really frustrated with the fishing controls...and fishing is MANDATORY in 2-3 parts of the main story!!

What do you guys think? You guys think I'll enjoy the 'Cube version better? I'm already thinking I can do Mario Kart Wii best with the 'Cube controller (now that I've just discovered you CAN use the 'Cube controller...I haven't bought the game just yet).
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#5thompsontalker7Posted 6/26/2013 6:44:15 PM
HaRRy_TiPPeR_ posted...
hope you got the Gamecube version.

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#6Linkz1Posted 6/26/2013 6:56:10 PM
The GCN is the best. The controls are easier to handle in TP if you played the Zelda Collection. I own the GCN version. The Wii uses the motion controls and is mirrored since Link uses the sword in his right hand. The GCN version uses the left hand.
#7Lil_Bit83Posted 6/26/2013 8:23:50 PM
never playd the GC version but i think the Wii is a pretty solid version. It's a great game
#8StephieGamerPosted 6/26/2013 8:52:20 PM
I have both versions and like the Wii version more.
The Wii game is in 16x9 widescreen, so it fits the HDTV screen instead of cropped black bars in the Gamecube version.
The aiming for the slingshot and bow are also more intuitive with the Wii remote.
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#9SuperChuuniBrosPosted 6/26/2013 9:29:54 PM
there aren't any like likes in TP.
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#10Shamrock99Posted 6/27/2013 12:27:01 AM
If you turn OFF the pointer, you have to aim your birds and slingshots with the analog instead of the Wiimote (but this gets rid of the fairy pointer that is ALWAYS on the screen, so it's good).

But...can one still do things like fish and attack by wagging the Wiimote with the pointer set to OFF in the options? Or does having pointer OFF mean fishing is like how it is on Gamecube, as well as swordplay without wagging the Wiimote?
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