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So, I'm playing A Link to the Past...

Posted by Akano Toa of Electricity , in Video Games Aug 17 2013 · 149 views

Zelda A Link to the Past
...and I'm not enjoying it as much as I hoped to...

*avoids all the random objects being thrown at him in disagreement*

Let me explain.

I'm currently rescuing the maidens in the Dark World. I'm making the assumption that you're supposed to rescue them in numerical order, but I think they can be saved in (almost) any order. I've rescued two of them, with the third lying in the Dark World equivalent of the Lost Woods (the Skeleton Forest, I think?). Anyway, it took me forever to figure out how to get over there, since no obvious path showed itself on my map.

This game needs a guide. A Navi, Tatl, Ezlo, Midna, or King of Red Lions. Someone who knows the world and can help you get to where you need to go. I've been to the fortune teller in the game to figure out where to go, but he only gives you names, not directions, which makes it frustrating when I'm running around like a chicken with my head cut off all over Hyrule trying to figure out where to go next.

Perhaps it will grow on me, but right now I'm longing for Minish Cap and its wonderful gameplay...

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Link to the Past is pretty much the last Zelda game not to feature a guide of sorts.
The kinda free roaming nature is what really made the original popular. I agree that it doesn't work as well for a larger world like LttP though.
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Obsessionist
Aug 18 2013 04:56 PM

I had trouble getting into the Skeleton Forest as well.  One of the most frustrating parts of the game, that.  That and Mothula.

 

I'm pretty sure they have to be saved numerically... I could be wrong, though. 

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