In actual Zelda-related conversation, I just beat Four Swords Adventures for GameCube (well, the old-school Wii's internal GC emulator). It's an interesting game, I'd say it takes about 24 hours of gameplay to beat, which is pretty good for back then. It's not exceptionally difficult, but it is interesting in the fact that like Breath of the Wild, it is a syncretism of all the games made up until that point. It weaves the plot of most of them into one narrative, and you have to beat both Vaati and Ganon. The graphics and game mechanics are similar to The Minish Cap.
I really ought to play Spirit Tracks again. That was a good one, too.
Yeah its great
The music is easily the best part of the game. I once tried playing on an emulator but stopped when I realized there was no microphone input. Couldn't play any of the songs. :(
Hyrule world and Refuge Isle
whoops I died
Ha, that would only be slightly more impossible than playing the Spirit Flute into the microphone already is...
but I do agree about the music. The overland music is possibly my favorite Zelda composition.
Yeah, definitely. Especially on the 25th anniversary edition
I have the original DS cartridge. How does the 25th anniversary edition differ?
Oh, I meant the 25th anniversary CD. Whoops, could've worded that better.
If you click on the rankings you can check every category, I think.
pbbbbt I'm second last :P
what are you guys talking about???