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Old June 8th, 2014 (08:39 PM). Edited April 6th, 2015 by UltraNerdtendo64.
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Going through the list of fans clubs, one club that I did not see was one for "The Legend of Zelda", or as the original was subtitled in Japan, "The Hyrule Fantasy"!



The Legend of Zelda (ゼルダの伝説 Zeruda no Densetsu) is a series of games by Japanese company, Nintendo. Starting in 1986 with their first release for the NES / Famicom, "The Legend of Zelda", they started a whole new franchise of non-linear exploration, action and adventure! Instead of being your typical damsel-in-distress story that these fantasy based games usually are, this does not. With the occasional "save the princess" storyline, there are far more. The Legend of Zelda takes place in many worlds, the most notable is the kingdom of Hyrule! The Land in which over half of the franchise takes place in. With 25+ titles and counting currently released, being Nintendo's 3rd best selling franchise (only behind Super Mario (1st) and Pokemon (2nd)), the fantasy of Hyrule still lives on today!

I may as well add a topic for every week or so to keep this group alive.

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What is your favourite Hyrule variation / other world (Termina, Great Sea, etc;)
E3 Zelda Wii U Reveal (2014)
What do you think are some welcome additions since Zelda started back in 1987?
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Be honest.
Hyrule Warriors Expectations.
Zelda Spinoff Titles. What's your favourite?

Current Topic:
The Legend of Zelda Wii U. Impressions, anybody?

The signup for this group is very simple. You just have to post your username and favourite Zelda game. And if you want to, you can answer the topic in the post since atleast if you have your username and favourite game in that post, you are a member of the group.

So for me it would be...
Username: UltraNerdtendo64
Favourite Zelda Game: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Topic: [My answer goes here.]

So, let's begin this fan club, now!

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UltraNerdtendo64 - Majora's Mask
Merak - Ocarina or Majora
Guildmaster Wigglytuff - Wind Waker
Endless - Skyward Sword
TRIFORCE89 - OoT, MM, TP, TMC, and LADX

dragonnite - Majora's Mask
Isaac - Ocarina of Time
DeathofShadows - Majora's Mask or Twilight Princess
Altairis - Twilight Princess
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Favorite Zelda game: hmm... either Majora's Mask or Ocarina of Time. Can't decide though.




I liked Termina because you had pretty much any direction to go in--mountains, swamp, valley, or ocean. Ocarina of Time had a good deal of adventure too! And Twilight Princess had a huge area to explore and added a ton of sidequests(I've forgotten a lot of them woops. lol).
Oh and Windwakre had such a vast map for sailing. I definitely liked that one. Well not getting lost--that wasn't really too fun when you actually needed to go somewhere.
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Favourite Zelda Game: Wind Waker
Topic: I really like the Great Sea because I love the idea of sailing across a vast ocean. And no, the sailing did not bother me, it was actually one of my favorite parts of the game.

So what do you think about Hyrule Warriors? Looks pretty awesome. I'll definitely be getting it when it comes out.
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Favourite Zelda Game: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.

What is your favourite Hyrule variation / other world (Termina, Great Sea, etc;)
I love Skyloft. You're living in some place floating in air, and that, if you ask me, is pretty unique! Not only that, but it's also quite large; to explore this location to its fullest in reality, it would take you up to about three whole months. Plus, you're able to travel on birds here instead of horses, which makes it even better.
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Quote originally posted by UltraNerdtendo64:
Going through the list of fans clubs, one club that I did not see was one for "The Legend of Zelda", or as the call it in Japan "The Hyrule Fantasy"
Only the subtitle for the original game, I believe. And that was removed later on as well

Anyway, I'm TRIFORCE89 - clearly I'm big on Zelda based on my name alone. Favourites games would be OoT, MM, TP, TMC, and LADX
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Favorite Zelda game: hmm... either Majora's Mask or Ocarina of Time. Can't decide though.




I liked Termina because you had pretty much any direction to go in--mountains, swamp, valley, or ocean. Ocarina of Time had a good deal of adventure too! And Twilight Princess had a huge area to explore and added a ton of sidequests(I've forgotten a lot of them woops. lol).
Oh and Windwakre had such a vast map for sailing. I definitely liked that one. Well not getting lost--that wasn't really too fun when you actually needed to go somewhere.
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Favourite Zelda Game: Wind Waker
Topic: I really like the Great Sea because I love the idea of sailing across a vast ocean. And no, the sailing did not bother me, it was actually one of my favorite parts of the game.

So what do you think about Hyrule Warriors? Looks pretty awesome. I'll definitely be getting it when it comes out.
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Favourite Zelda Game: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.

What is your favourite Hyrule variation / other world (Termina, Great Sea, etc
I love Skyloft. You're living in some place floating in air, and that, if you ask me, is pretty unique! Not only that, but it's also quite large; to explore this location to its fullest in reality, it would take you up to about three whole months. Plus, you're able to travel on birds here instead of horses, which makes it even better.
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Only the subtitle for the original game, I believe. And that was removed later on as well

Anyway, I'm TRIFORCE89 - clearly I'm big on Zelda based on my name alone. Favourites games would be OoT, MM, TP, TMC, and LADX
Welcome welcome to the Hyrule Fantasy (btw, thanks for pointing that out it was only the subtitle, TRIFORCE89.). I'm not one that is good with introductions. But...you're a part of the group now! Congratulations (and again, welcome)! Have fun! ^.^
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Old July 2nd, 2014 (01:32 AM).
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New Topic: E3 Zelda Wii U Reveal
I honestly love how Zelda Wii U looks. It looks amazing, and those graphics are beautiful! But I honestly still won't get a Wii U for that. If Nintendo decides to release a SNES Remix, then maybe. JUST maybe.

Since Guildmaster Wigglytuff brought up Hyrule Warriors earlier, I guess I should say...meh. Not really. I'm not all that into beat 'em ups (which is what Hyrule Warriors looks like), plus I haven't got a Wii U at all. So, not at the moment.
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Favourite Zelda Game: Ocarina of Time
Topic: I don't really have a Wii U and I don't plan till 1 or 2 years. So I don't think I can buy it As for the game, as Ultranerdtendo said, graphics are beautiful and game itself looks greta. I will get a Wii U ASAP if they make a SNES remix tho :D
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Quote originally posted by UltraNerdtendo64:
New Topic: E3 Zelda Wii U Reveal
I honestly love how Zelda Wii U looks. It looks amazing, and those graphics are beautiful! But I honestly still won't get a Wii U for that. If Nintendo decides to release a SNES Remix, then maybe. JUST maybe.

Since Guildmaster Wigglytuff brought up Hyrule Warriors earlier, I guess I should say...meh. Not really. I'm not all that into beat 'em ups (which is what Hyrule Warriors looks like), plus I haven't got a Wii U at all. So, not at the moment.
I already have Wii U, so thank god. Oh, yeah, definitely; a Zelda SNES remake with current-gen graphics and sound would be fantastic!
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Old July 9th, 2014 (04:46 PM). Edited July 10th, 2014 by Meganium.
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Favourite Zelda Game: Ocarina of Time
Topic: I don't really have a Wii U and I don't plan till 1 or 2 years. So I don't think I can buy it As for the game, as Ultranerdtendo said, graphics are beautiful and game itself looks greta. I will get a Wii U ASAP if they make a SNES remix tho :D
Welcome to the club! :D Thanks for taking the time to sign up and stuff. ^.^

Hey, everyone. We got a new topic!
What do you think are some welcome additions since Zelda started back in 1987?

Quite a few things in my opinion. The magic meter, for instance. Now we can't just spam magic attacks left and right. But the enemies need magic meters, too. Especially those god damned Wizrobes from Level-6 in Zelda 1. Not to mention now with the magic meter we can also get an awesome whirl around our sword whenever we do a spin attack.
Termina. Majora's Mask is my favourite game and it's world of Termina was a nice change of pace. Everyone you remember from your previous adventure in Ocarina of Time has a counterpart, you have five different forms of Link to take control of and such!
There is just a lot to name. lol.
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Hey, everyone. We got a new topic!
What do you think are some welcome additions since Zelda started back in 1987?

Quite a few things in my opinion. The magic meter, for instance. Now we can't just spam magic attacks left and right. But the enemies need magic meters, too. Especially those god damned Wizrobes from Level-6 in Zelda 1. Not to mention now with the magic meter we can also get an awesome whirl around our sword whenever we do a spin attack.
Termina. Majora's Mask is my favourite game and it's world of Termina was a nice change of pace. Everyone you remember from your previous adventure in Ocarina of Time has a counterpart, you have five different forms of Link to take control of and such!
There is just a lot to name. lol.
Hookshot and the clawshot were the best addions ever
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Favorite game: Twilight Princess or Majora's Mask. Can't decide which.

Topic: Well... I can say which ones were NOT good additions to the series! First off, there was the unspeakable horrors the CDi trilogy. Also, I found that the DS games were rather lackluster, and felt a bit more thrown together. Aside from that, the LoZ franchise has been rather good with their new additions to the series, though some better than others.

As for in-game, I feel that the move to 3-D was pulled flawlessly. Not to mention the much more complex story elements of games such as Twilight Princess and Ocarina of Time.

And, of course, there's the Master Sword. The blade of evil's bane. Where would the series be without the iconic blade? I love what they have done with it since its original appearance as just a stronger sword.

And above all things, the lore. One of my favorite parts of any Zelda game is how they incorporate not only previous games, but also the extensive world and legends of Hylia.
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What do you think are some welcome additions since Zelda started back in 1987?
I can't exactly put my fingers on what things they've added since then, but one item that I do like is flying-beetle; you get to shoot it in air, it would fly, and you'd be controlling so that it'd do certain things, such as hitting a button that you can't reach. Only thing that I dislike is that it doesn't fly forever; it's limited. Once you're out of time, it'd fall immediately. Though, thankfully, you could still increase your time-range by having upgrades.
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Also, I found that the DS games were rather lackluster,
Two things: First of all -- welcome! :D
And secondly; I honestly quite enjoyed the DS games. The only one I didn't like was Spirit Tracks. Phantom Hourglass just managed to do it all right before Spirit Tracks came along and messed it all up.

Anyway, new topic! The Legend of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.

Be honest. Zelda II: The Adventure of Link isn't that bad of a game! I'll admit the difficulty is mostly unfair...but it's still a good game. Even without the glitch, I don't find the final boss that hard. There's a specific trick that doesn't include ducking down and stabbing his knees in the corner. It's probably my third favourite Zelda game of all time. It only took me about 10 years to beat though...but I did it! (Technically one year since I started a new game about one year ago on my Nintendo 3DS)

Everybody, please be honest. What do you think of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link? It's not that bad of a game as people make it out to be. And if you have never played it and you have a Nintendo 3DS / Nintendo Wii / Nintendo Wii U, you can download it off the eShop. Be warned though, this game is more like an RPG X Sidescroller hybrid (like Super Paper Mario, minus the 3D aspect). So your Zelda 1 based exploration won't be here.
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Topic: My copy of AoL came free with my purchase of my Gameboy Advance SP, actually. I have no recollection of why they were giving out free games, but I was presented with like 5 options and I chose Zelda. I still find it quite ironic to this day that as a 6 year old I held one of the predecessors of one of my favorite games of all time and I didn't know it.

I never managed to finish that game, though. I found the gameplay to be too frustrating. I'm such it is/was great, it's just... not my kind of game.
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Quote originally posted by UltraNerdtendo64:
I honestly quite enjoyed the DS games. The only one I didn't like was Spirit Tracks. Phantom Hourglass just managed to do it all right before Spirit Tracks came along and messed it all up.
Aye, I enjoyed how they brought back the exploration methods of Wind Waker with Phantom hourglass. Not to mention the multiplayer was fun as hell. Which makes me wonder why they haven't tried that with other games. Multiplayer TP would be friggin amazing.

I'm not saying they're bad games, I merely believe that more could have been done with them.

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Everybody, please be honest. What do you think of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link?
I must admit, Zelda II is actually rather high on my list of favorites, despite how frustrating it could be. As stated, it combined the familiar overhead exploration of the first game, while at the same time adding many revolutionary things such as EXP and side-scrolling dungeons. Not to mention the introduction of everyone's favorite doppelgänger!

However, I did find that this game was a bit more focused on action, and did not have quite as much of the puzzle elements as its predecessor, and despite the usefulness of spells, found the controls to often be a bit too uncoordinated for my liking.

Overall, it was a great game, and a giant leap forward for the series. It was merely restricted by the technology of its time, leaving it as a game worth the many ragequits when you finally finish it.
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I currently own Spirit Tracks, but I haven't really gotten around to playing much of it. I think I might have finished the first forest part, so I'm still pretty early. I think I'll get around to playing it after I finish the two other games I started <3
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Topic: Zelda II was the only one I don't believe I ever finished, due to lacking opportunities to play it and disinterest. :/ I just could not get into it.
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I must admit, Zelda II is actually rather high on my list of favorites, despite how frustrating it could be. As stated, it combined the familiar overhead exploration of the first game, while at the same time adding many revolutionary things such as EXP and side-scrolling dungeons. Not to mention the introduction of everyone's favorite doppelgänger!

However, I did find that this game was a bit more focused on action, and did not have quite as much of the puzzle elements as its predecessor, and despite the usefulness of spells, found the controls to often be a bit too uncoordinated for my liking.

Overall, it was a great game, and a giant leap forward for the series. It was merely restricted by the technology of its time, leaving it as a game worth the many ragequits when you finally finish it.
It's really good to see that many other people enjoyed the game, as well. I only know litteraley one other person who liked Adventure of Link.

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Topic: Zelda II was the only one I don't believe I ever finished, due to lacking opportunities to play it and disinterest. :/ I just could not get into it.
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Favourite Zelda Game: Twilight Princess
Topic: My copy of AoL came free with my purchase of my Gameboy Advance SP, actually. I have no recollection of why they were giving out free games, but I was presented with like 5 options and I chose Zelda. I still find it quite ironic to this day that as a 6 year old I held one of the predecessors of one of my favorite games of all time and I didn't know it.

I never managed to finish that game, though. I found the gameplay to be too frustrating. I'm such it is/was great, it's just... not my kind of game.
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New topic everyone!
Current Topic: Hyrule Warriors Expectations.
After the Hyrule Warriors direct held recently, what do you think about the game?

I will put spoiler tags around mine for those who do not want to be spoiled. Be warned though: I will talk about some things mentioned in the direct. If you want to watch that before reading this, then please do.
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I will be the first to admit I was not at all interested in Hyrule Warriors until very recently. Plus with a new extremely freaking sexy attractive (not enough words to describe) Zelda...it's a good game by default now. And I guess Lana is also very pretty, too. I also like how old enemies such as Ghirahim (or however it's spelt) and Ganon are back, and fighting alongside you! Plus the NES Zelda Adventure Map Mission thing looks amazing. But I'll admit that it is really biased as I love the original Zelda 1. They even nailed the original storyline intro. Just bring back the bad translations and it'll be perfect! But I have one problem with this game though. Link doesn't have pink hair. Blue Scarfed Link + Pink Hair = Best Link evar!
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After the flop that was the previous topic, let's stray away from Hyrule Warriors...I guess... But... new topic! Zelda Spin-Off Titles! What are some of your personal favourites?
One of my personal favourites would be Link's Crossbow Training for the Nintendo Wii. Not only is it awesome as it is set in the same world as Twilight Princess (which is probably my favourite variation of Hyrule), but since it actually offers a new type of gameplay to Zelda which was not canonically in any Zelda games besides Link's Crossbow Training itself!
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I'm a huge Legend of Zelda fan, but surprisingly, I've never actually played any spin-off titles. This is what it's like for all video game series I follow, to be honest; I'll play only their main games, and rest would go more or less ignored. Though, I did try Link's Crossbow Training long ago at some GameStop store, and it seemed to be quite engaging. I'm pretty fond of the shooter genre, personally, and having it take place in Zelda world was a plus. Sadly, though, I didn't wind up actually purchasing.
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