I'm genuinely in love with it. Mario Kart is so damn goodJeyBeMust wrote:Have fun!! You made a great choice!MrRager wrote:I just bought a Switch with Zelda and Mario Kart! I'm SHOOK!
You did the right thing, I played Zelda like 2 months and I'm still 95/120 shrines Plus, I bought the season pass and this summer and Christmas season will be awesomeMrRager wrote:I'm genuinely in love with it. Mario Kart is so damn goodJeyBeMust wrote:Have fun!! You made a great choice!MrRager wrote:I just bought a Switch with Zelda and Mario Kart! I'm SHOOK!
I haven't started Zelda Properly yet because I know when I do it will be my life for like a month!
I'm thinking of buying Ultimate Street Fighter 2 soon.
Ok, I'll be honest. I'm using the official guide because I want to complete the game 100%. To beat the final boss is ok without help, but completing all the quests and secrets... OMG... You'll need like 3 decades. But don't get me wrong, you'll love the game, I spent many hours exploring and trying silly things before doing the main storyMrRager wrote:JeyBe - is Zelda hard? I hope it's not too hard as it'll do my head in. I read that weapons have to be carefully used.. something about losing durability and breaking? Lol
What's the season pass?
You can collect the memories and beat the 4 mystical beast (I don't know how are they calle in English) in any order. But is really important to collect ALL of the memories before the final boss because it's the only way to watch the secret ending scene. Personally, I left the memories just before the final boss because I didn't bother collecting them and I have more fun exploring and doing shrinesMrRager wrote:So I've just started playing Zelda and its magnificent. But I have a few questions. I'm at a part where I have to get 11 Memories and also have to go to the 4 people (Temples I assume) Can I just do this in any order? Do I need to go find all 11 memories or can I just go to The Zora Or Gerudo Desert or whatever it's called and in any order? I can't be bothered finding all 11 memories right away..
Indeed. You need 2/3 clothes items to be ok in cold/hot areas. Maybe an armor and boots or a helmet, but 1 single item does nothing. I also recommend you using torches or warm potionsMrRager wrote:Thanks for answering my questions!
Oh I have the Warm Doublet but I still die in cold areas? Is this normal.. I thought it would allow me in those areas without dying or does it just kill you slower?