Zelda (GB) Reviews
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Customer Zelda (GB) Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/12/06 (Useful, 102 readings)
This was the first Zelda game I ever played - once, I played the original Gameboy version only for a few minutes, but I'm glad I did because that was why I decided to get Ocarina of Time. After playing only N64 and Gamecube Zelda games, I decided to get some of the older gameboy ones. I didn't think I would enjoy this one so much. I just didn't think it would be the same playing it 2D, which sounds narrow minded but I was so used to having the 3D graphics of the N64 and Gamecube. I was right, it was different, but I enjoyed it just as much as my other Zelda games. I bought a second hand copy from ebay, which seems to be the cheapest way to buy this game since ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/01, updated on 08/11/01 (Very useful, 170 readings)
This opinion is a Zelda opinion but on Oracle of Seasons rather than Link’s Awakening as you might expect under here. It has been many years since Mr. Miyamoto made Zelda, Ocarina of time being his last one (Majora’s Mask was made by a different team) so are we ready for a new Miyamoto adventure? Well no, instead two Gameboy Colour games are being developed than none other than the horror specialist Capcom. 2? Did I just say two? Yes indeed I did The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Seasons and The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages both released at the same time and both developed by a completely different company. Skeptical? I know I was but these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/01, updated on 04/06/01 (Useful, 80 readings)
Link's Awakening is a fabulous GameBoy game. It's absolutely huge and takes forever to complete when you play it for the first time. You can take photos and print them, buy things from a shop, play the Trendy Game and make friends with all the people and animals on the island. You can go fishing, swimming, trade with the locals, chase dogs and chickens, and you can even learn tunes and play them at random whenever you feel bored. And best of all, there's a flying rooster who can carry Link around wherever the path proves to be harder than you at first imagine. This game is at times quite difficult but once you've got the hang of how the ... Read the complete review