new zelda>old zelda

#11ninsony12(Topic Creator)Posted 4/19/2013 5:20:00 AM
danny5329 posted...
ninsony12 posted...


lol what is your problem?

This is my main account.

You seem to think 2d and 3d zeldas are the same?

Ridiculous claim.

Besides, the topic title is the real question.


I'm the one who should be asking what's your problem.

You dont like my opinion and lol abt it?

you said discuss and i pinned in my point that both are the same. Both are fun. And it seems my opinion doesnt bode well with you wanting a clear winner which is 2D. Shame on you.


All you did was make a good discussion impossible by stating something untrue.
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#12danny5329Posted 4/19/2013 5:30:45 AM
ninsony12 posted...
danny5329 posted...
ninsony12 posted...


lol what is your problem?

This is my main account.

You seem to think 2d and 3d zeldas are the same?

Ridiculous claim.

Besides, the topic title is the real question.


I'm the one who should be asking what's your problem.

You dont like my opinion and lol abt it?

you said discuss and i pinned in my point that both are the same. Both are fun. And it seems my opinion doesnt bode well with you wanting a clear winner which is 2D. Shame on you.


All you did was make a good discussion impossible by stating something untrue.



Well people are entitled to their opinions and your opinion isnt a fact that's for sure. Oh btw be glad that i'm the one who kept your thread on teh 1st page for a couple of hours due to my replies and free bumping and yet there's only 1 other person that responded to your thread.

Get over it, this kinda discussion has been done over and over and you're late to the show boy.
#13ZenarkenstinPosted 4/19/2013 5:55:44 AM
-LttP was a good game for sure
-Link's Awakening was my first Zelda title, and I loved the hell out of it
-Seasons and Ages were fantastic
-Minish Cap was fantastic
-4 Swords and Adventures were definitely a nice addition
-Hourglass was a joke and too damn repetitive
-Never played Tracks (I hate the gimmicky pseudo-3D in both DS titles)

-OoT was a fantastic first start to full 3D
-MM was an even better follow-up
-WW was hard to adjust to and well worth the effort, but it kinda held your hand through it at times
-TP was a great game, but felt a bit too realistic. A nice mix between animated and realism is good, similar to OoT and MM
-SS carried you through the game. Literally, it plays itself.

As for 2d > < = 3d? I'd say they're almost perfectly on par, but leaning towards 2d. Not as much hand-holding in the 2d titles and I appreciate a game that recognizes that the player has more than six brain cells.
#14ninsony12(Topic Creator)Posted 4/19/2013 5:59:05 AM
Zenarkenstin posted...
-LttP was a good game for sure
-Link's Awakening was my first Zelda title, and I loved the hell out of it
-Seasons and Ages were fantastic
-Minish Cap was fantastic
-4 Swords and Adventures were definitely a nice addition
-Hourglass was a joke and too damn repetitive
-Never played Tracks (I hate the gimmicky pseudo-3D in both DS titles)

-OoT was a fantastic first start to full 3D
-MM was an even better follow-up
-WW was hard to adjust to and well worth the effort, but it kinda held your hand through it at times
-TP was a great game, but felt a bit too realistic. A nice mix between animated and realism is good, similar to OoT and MM
-SS carried you through the game. Literally, it plays itself.

As for 2d > < = 3d? I'd say they're almost perfectly on par, but leaning towards 2d. Not as much hand-holding in the 2d titles and I appreciate a game that recognizes that the player has more than six brain cells.


I agree. People here tend to think 2d>3d must make the 3d games crappy.
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