Checking in! I lost track of Craftster when the school semester started, oops!
Medium is almost done, along with a couple of smalls. I've stalled out on the Large until I get more materials (I made an oopsie!
) I'm also tossing around a few ideas for extras, since I'll be meeting up with my partner and avoiding shipping costs!
Who here has played Link the the Past?
Since I've read many times that it's as good as ocarina of time, I just downloaded it on the virtual console. And man! It's really hard! Or maybe I just suck. But I have died so many times from stupid snakes and rats in the sewers, and I'm only half hour into the game.
Those of you that have played it, what did you think of it? And any pointers for a hopelessly terrible noob?
LttP is one of my favorite Zelda games! It was the first one I could (sort-of) play on my own. (Though I still had to hand off the controller to my grandma for the hard parts!) It's got a great storyline if you go around and talk to everyone, too!
I agree on the whole change-your-angle until your sword is between you and whomever you're attacking. For the sewers, it's a little easier if you turn up your brightness so you can see things coming and to just kind of swing your sword as you go, so anything attacking you dies. The game gets easier once you get the Pegasus Boots (chaaaarge!) so try to stick with it! Also remember that Zelda has always been just as much about puzzles and strategy as fighting, so a lot of times you can just avoid monsters instead of trying to deal with them.