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I wasn't a huge fan of the original; the zelda/link storyline and the
silent realm trials
were my favourite parts of the game as far as I recall.
I was kind of on the fence about buying the HD remake, but when I found out you can silence Fi I was on board. I haven't gotten too far in the game yet but I'm looking forward to seeing it all again and re-evaluating the game.

Did anyone else get it? How do you like it so far?
 

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Groose is good looking, story is actually very fast developed, Song of the Hero is the best quest, and this game should be called the Legend of Link.
 
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It has some fantastic dungeons. I recently watched this video outlining the brilliant dungeon design, I recommend anyone who has played the game take a look.
Oh, this video is familiar, but I'll give it a rewatch.

I remember being let down in the dungeons a bit. I think I kept reading the stone tablets in them expecting them to be riddles and then it ruined the puzzle for me :( so this time around I definitely won't be reading the tablets, and I will probably appreciate the dungeons a lot more
 

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In Skyward Sword? I think my favourite one was the one with all the time shifting stones - I think the Mining Facility one?
Sandship had a really cool theme, I remember enjoying the setting.

My favourite dungeon of all time might be Snowpeak in Twilight Princess. Just cause I love block puzzles for some reason :p and the hidden area in Twilight Princess where there are like 5 block puzzles in a row is 👌
 

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I think it feels more satisfying to me to solve puzzles that don't involve your characters external space? or something? Solving a puzzle where I'm changing the environment is cool, but something about the block puzzles feels more tangible or more obvious as a puzzle so for some reason its more satisfying to me
 

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In Skyward Sword? I think my favourite one was the one with all the time shifting stones - I think the Mining Facility one?
Sandship had a really cool theme, I remember enjoying the setting.
Funny, I remember hating the Mining Facility! Can't remember why, but I know I felt a sense of relief when I finished that one.

My favourite dungeon of all time might be Snowpeak in Twilight Princess. Just cause I love block puzzles for some reason :p and the hidden area in Twilight Princess where there are like 5 block puzzles in a row is 👌
To be honest...I've never played Twilight Princess. I know, I should get to it. I think it's the only Zelda game released on a console that I haven't played before.

In terms of all time favourite dungeon...Stone Tower Temple from Majora's Mask is probably the first one that comes to mind. Flipping the level upside-down in addition to being able to use all the previous abilities from the acquired masks was a great final dungeon for that game.
 
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