Do you know about Zelda Classic?
If so explain all FAQs about it and here is a link
and click on forums and Click on Armageddon Games Forums or something
that says something like that then click on Newbie Forum then, click
on the FAQs and read the first message completely.
Yes, I know about Zelda Classic. I went to the thread you said,
but I'm not sure what I am looking for. I'm not going to sit here
and explain to you the FAQs...click on them and check them out yourself.
What do you think the chances are of Nintendo releasing a Twilight
Princess demo for
My Nintendo or Nintendo Power subscribers? What other legal means
are there of
obtaining it, if any?
- Allen Boone
Not likely. Not giving the public a hard copy in any format
in this instance creates more desire and demand. Right now, the
majority of fans do not know what Twilight Princess plays like,
and the sole reputation of the game is what is selling it. If the
demo has flaws or gives off negative vibes, some people may be turned
off. Sure, how could a Zelda demo turn fans off...but you don't
understand there just is no reason why Nintendo has to do it except
to make some fans mad about the delay happy. But did we get any
demos of Ocarina of Time back in the day after the delays? Do Final
Fantasy XII fans get demos of the game for waiting so long now?
What about Half-Life 2? It's just not worth it for Nintendo to do.
And there is no legal means of obtaining a copy unless you are on
Nintendo's payroll as a game developer or tester.
What ever happened to the Hottest Female Zelda fan contest? I'm
- That Yi Girl
A girl named Kaelyn won. Unfortunately, I lost the pic in the
server transfer. Her copy of the Zelda DVD mailed out yesterday
I believe (DVD Planet had some issues). Hopefully she gets it this
week. Thanks for all the entries, though.
Old Man I was wondering if you knew why Nintendo seems to have
such an obsession with Tingle because he seems to be showing up
a lot more than is wanted by most Zelda fans.
- Mark Zirkelbach
Tingle is a big deal in Japan. His catch phrase is actually
a play on words of a common saying in Japan, and the fact that Tingle
claims it is "his" phrase is supposed to be a big inside
joke in Japan. However, I think Tingle RPG is just trying to cater
to a Japanese audience which has a small cult following of Tingle.
He is not going to appear in Twilight Princess I believe, so fans
probably won't have any hint of the "fairy" factory in
the highly anticipated title.
In twilight princess can you play as the mysterious character Midna
without Link as a wolf?And if so what happens to the pregnet lady?
does Link help her have her baby?
- One Jump Shot
I believe you do not play as Midna without Wolf Link in the
picture, but you do play as Wolf Link without Midna. I do not know
if this is a spoiler, but in the Twilight Princess demo at E3 2005,
after Link, Colin and Ilia were ambushed in that pond, Link comes
to his senses and races back to the village. But the village is
engulfed by the "twilight". Not sure what happens after
that for sure...
Does Link have any hobbies? If he does, does he skate? And if he
does skate, can I join him? You can come too. We'll go to the mall
and buy some cake. And Pork chops. And eat them. Then Ollie over
the shop keeper dudes. Oh, it'll be ever so fun.
- A guy you may not know, Lynkx
Link likes to do many things in his spare time, like harassing
Cuccos and practicing his archery and sword play. But I don't think
Link likes skating. He has a hard enough time navigating icy platforms
in Zelda games. So, I think Link and I will have to pass on the
Okay, so many people have been talking about the Revolution controller
to swing your sword around and such, a good idea indeed, but I have
one question. What would one do should you decide to put your sword
away? I often put my sword away, and while actually swinging the
controller like a sword is very appealing, I don't see it being
too practical unless the make Zelda a 1st person game.
- Alicia Harris
I'm not sure if you have to sheathe your sword through a motion
with the Revolution controller. Perhaps you could just push a button?
While a first person Zelda might be too radical (though Metroid
seemed to adapt well to it), I can definitely see the Revolution
Zelda title utilizing first person modes. Perhaps you just move
in third person as usual, but when you have to fight, you go into
first person mode? That would be pretty cool.
A long time ago, Nintendo released Zelda: Minish Cap in Europe.
For once, it was released in Europe before it was released in USA,
and Nintendo said that because of the waiting, the American version
would get something extra.I´ve searched for what the extra
was, without finding it, so exactly what was the extra that would
be added in the American version? I´ve mailed Nintendo of
America and asked, but they don´t know, since they does´nt
have the European version of the game...
Thanks for taking your time.
There was no bonus. If anything, the European version had the
"bonus". The EU version had harder bosses. The North American
version did have touched up dialogue and some small "annoyances"
removed (involving the Trophy side-quest, like the animation sequence
to wait to see what the egg hatched from, and being able to just
touch the "switch" to try again versus talking to the
guy over and over).
Where is the [Zelda manga] on zelda infinite old man?
- Nay Nay
Try clicking here.