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Zora Marslink's Last Game Comments
Mega Man X3 - Zero Project (Ver. 1.0) 5628481438514227
Zelda Parallel Worlds Hard? I can't wait!

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Legend of Zelda, The - A Link to the Past & Four Swords
02-05-14 10:48 AM
Zelda A Link to the Past for Gameboy Advanced
  This is the third game in the Zelda series, and a major progression of graphics from it’s predecessors. It follows the format of the first Zelda game, that is adventuring to and through dungeons and beating a boss at the end of each dungeon.
Story 9/10
  You start out in the game as a young man in a green tunic on a rainy day. You hear a mysterious cry for help and you go off to save the person. This starts the beginning of a grand adventure in which you must save the whole of Hyrule from a great darkness.

The story line is of this game very interesting, but does not get in the way of the game play. It also isn't draw out, or too brief. As you further progress the game you will find out more to the story, giving the game a nice flow.
Controls (Game boy Advanced) 9/10
  In the game you play as only Link. You can name Link another name at the beginning of the game. The controls are simple. The A button cannot be set like it can in future games for the Game boy, but will always set for your sword. The B button can be set to any item in the select menu, the items themselves serve various important tasks . The start button opens the save menu. The left trigger activates the map and the right is the action button for talking, opening chests, etc. . The controls are straightforward and easy to use, but being able to use only one item can be slightly annoying when you need two to complete a puzzle.
Play Ability 10/10
  The game involves two aspects. One aspect is combat. Though the combat system is not very complicated, sometimes you need to think before you slash. Some monsters slashing is sufficient, others you must use an item. The boss battles themselves are really great to fight. I find no problems with the fighting system, and it certainly is an enjoyable aspect of the game.  The second aspect of the game is the various puzzles that must be solved to progress the game. Some of the puzzles are easy to ge... Read the rest of this Review

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Zora Marslink's Game History
Star Ocean: The Second Story (psx),   Star Ocean: The Second Story (psx),   Star Ocean: The Second Story (psx),   Star Ocean: The Second Story (psx),   Star Ocean: The Second Story (psx),   Summon Night - Swordcraft Story (gba),   Summon Night - Swordcraft Story (gba),   Summon Night - Swordcraft Story (gba),   Summon Night - Swordcraft Story (gba),   Summon Night - Swordcraft Story (gba),   Summon Night - Swordcraft Story (gba),   Summon Night - Swordcraft Story (gba),   Summon Night - Swordcraft Story (gba),   Terranigma (snes),   Sonic Battle (gba),   Pokemon Emerald (gba),   Pokemon Emerald (gba),   Golden Sun (gba),   Bomberman '94 (tg),   Bomberman '94 (tg),   Bomberman '94 (tg),   Dragon Ball Z - Buu\'s Fury (gba),   Secret of Evermore (snes),   Sonic Advance 2 (gba),   Golden Sun (gba),   Golden Sun (gba),   Golden Sun (gba),   Golden Sun (gba),   Super Mario Kart (snes),   Kingdom Hearts - Chain of Memories (gba),   Kirby\'s Dream Land 3 (snes),   Bomberman '94 (tg),   Super Smash Bros. (n64),   Super Smash Bros. (n64),   Bomberman '94 (tg),   Bomberman '94 (tg),   Bomberman '94 (tg),   Golden Sun (gba),   Golden Sun (gba),   Bomberman '94 (tg),   Sonic Advance (gba),   Sonic Advance (gba),   Mega Man Battle Network 6 Cybeast Falzar (gba),   Mega Man Battle Network 6 Cybeast Falzar (gba),   Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow (gba),   Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow (gba),   Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow (gba),   Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow (gba),   Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow (gba),   Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow (gba),  
 
Game Boy Advance Games Zora Marslink owns (23)

Super Nintendo Games Zora Marslink owns (3)


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