Feeling stir crazy over Zelda Wii?

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Aethix is right. It's the one for DS.

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The point still stands. You shouldn't be so biased against a game you know nothing about.

I've told you this a thousand times already, though.

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There are trains. 'Nuff said.

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No, there isn't enough said.

WHY IS THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER BAD, EVEN THOUGH WE DON'T KNOW EXACTLY WHAT IT WILL DO? IT COLLIDES TINY PARTICLES AT HIGH SPEEDS 'NUFF SAID LOL

:|

Sahaqiel

Edited by Sahaqiel (see edit history)

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Oh! Of course! Spirit Trakcs for the DS! Silly me! :P

Train stuff in Zelda is kinda weird.

But it will be like 'Magic' in the game you know.

Only the Royal family of Hyrule and Link can drive/see it. :P

(P.S. Sahaqiel I lmao on your sig cat. :P )

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No, there isn't enough said.

WHY IS THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER BAD, EVEN THOUGH WE DON'T KNOW EXACTLY WHAT IT WILL DO? IT COLLIDES TINY PARTICLES AT HIGH SPEEDS 'NUFF SAID LOL

:|

Sahaqiel

It's a train. Why the heck is there a train in a medieval time period? Trains didn't come into existence until the industrial revolution. Thus meaning Zelda is modernizing. If there are trains in Zelda wii, I have lost all hope. :(

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It is magic!

Nothing revolutionary in Zelda.

It was given by the three go............. blah blah blah ............ triforce shards all over hyrule.

DEJAVU!

Though,

I hope ST is gonna be good.

Just like ZW (Zelda Wii).

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It's a train. Why the heck is there a train in a medieval time period? Trains didn't come into existence until the industrial revolution. Thus meaning Zelda is modernizing. If there are trains in Zelda wii, I have lost all hope. :(

You don't know if this will make it good or bad.

You need to play the game with an open mind and no great or little expectations to truly know if a game is good or bad.

I admit, it would be a step in a sort of nontraditional direction, but we've been saving the princess for upwards twenty years, here. :/ Something's got to happen.

Also, Joshizzle, who goes out of their way to be a jerk?

Oh, right.

Give me another term for it and I'll use it.

Sahaqiel

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It's a train. Why the heck is there a train in a medieval time period? Trains didn't come into existence until the industrial revolution.

Yet again, since when does fantasy have to follow reality?

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Never, but it so awkard and trains are so gah. I don't know I just hate trains.

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Oh come on, YLA. He loves you.

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Well, the last game I played that had a train as a major plot device was moderately epic, so how bad can ST be?

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A train with a face? Where did you find that? Also that's not what I hate. What I hate is... Well...

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Yeah. Big trains. Actually it was when my cousins threw toy trains at me when I was younger. They said it was fun. *Shrugs.* Either way this is for Zelda Wii not ST.

Aethix: Did this game have childish graphics?

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Aethix: Did this game have childish graphics?

It depends on your definition of childish graphics. Judge for yourself.

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^Ok you got me. I got nothing there.

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