can't play zelda 1 without a guide :(

#1NinjaGamer_23Posted 8/31/2011 5:36:40 PM
I know it is lame to play with a guide but I have not finished zelda in so many years and it has been ages since I played it. I only remember briefly of the first area in the game.

I grew up in the nes days and so on, I gotten used to the new age with maps and all that in a game but going back to zelda 1+2 and metroid makes me miss those days when I would find secrets..

I wished nitnendo would have included a ingame map like in the BS zelda remake.
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#2NyyarkPosted 8/31/2011 5:38:01 PM
Use game notes to draw your own!
#3Final Fantasy2389Posted 8/31/2011 5:38:51 PM
I only remember about 1/3 of the game. The last time I played the whole thing was over 10 years ago. I'm 22 right now.

I'll probably have to use a guide, but I'm going to try my hardest not to. I feel like I might be able to do it without it.
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#4urmomishawt04Posted 8/31/2011 5:40:02 PM
I played it about 6 or less years ago.

I don't remember **** rofl.
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#5stonio99Posted 8/31/2011 5:43:49 PM
What do you need a guide for? If you walk into a level it tells you what number it is. If you arent supposed to be there yet, leave. Otherwise, you just walk around to find the levels. The map is actually tiny compared to modern games.
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#6SexPantherPandaPosted 8/31/2011 5:44:44 PM
Last time I played it was in the 80's
#7toma13Posted 8/31/2011 5:44:54 PM
Do what I did when I was 8. Get the blue candle. Burn a bush. Leave the room and come back. Burn the next bush. Leave and come back. Do this until you find a staircase. Do this in every room in the game. When you're finished doing that, bomb every wall. Also, in the second quest, make sure to blow the whistle in every room too.

There can only be only one staircase/case in a room so if you find one you can stop, there won't be another. See? So easy!
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#8strongo9Posted 8/31/2011 6:02:46 PM
Yeah, the game is king of poorly designed. Wandering around endlessly until you find the correct area or room is not my idea of good exploration.
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#9toma13Posted 8/31/2011 6:08:14 PM
At least it's not the first Dragon Warrior. That was aimless wandering on an enormous map, or aimless wandering in enormous dark rooms where you can only see tiny a 3x3 square around you at any given time.

And I still love both games dearly.
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#101geckoPosted 8/31/2011 6:10:32 PM
If it makes you feel better, TC, I had to go to a guide just now on how to beat a Iron Knuckle in Zelda 2. Iron Knuckles aren't bosses, either,
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