The lands of Labrynna and Holodrum cry out for a saviour. The forces of evil are gaining power. The Triforce summons you.
As Link, take up your sword once more to determine the fate of two worlds, in the Game Boy Colour classics. Wield the powers of the Oracles to traverse time and control the seasons. And link your quests to reveal the hidden truth in an epic meta-adventure that is greater than the sum of its parts.
@TriforceBun Interesting, I guess I'll go with Seasons first, then. Just bought them both. Might get started on one tomorrow. Still need to slog through the last bit of Bioshock before I start another big game (TWO of them!)
I suppose. Probably a holdover from the old days where a zero death counter at the end actually unlocked stuff.
Actually, funny story. Back in the day when I was first playing Ocarina (my first ever Zelda!), I was chatting with my friend about my progress. He asked me 'How many secrets had I unlocked'? I told him I didn't quite know what he meant and he clarified, and told me that the counter on the file screen was the number of secrets. Of course I'd read the manual and knew this not to be the case and informed him thus.
He was crestfallen, as he actually believed that it was a secret counter! Apparently another friend was the one who had told him this (probably lying), and looking at the low number on his file, he resolved to 'find more secrets' .
Another funny story. Back when that game first came out I grabbed Ages first from my usual indy store, and then bought Seasons about a month later when I had the cash from the same store.
We'd actually dropped into Bankstown on the way to my Aunt's place, I think the adults were having a party that night and mum and dad were picking up a present or something. Me, I was going over to babysit my younger cousins.
Anyway, whilst my parents were off doing their thing I arranged to meet them back at the game store, and I wandered off to grab Seasons. The owner asked me if I'd finished Ages yet, because apparently one of her other customers was having trouble with the game- yes, that exact part .
Apparently he'd offered $10 to anyone who could get him past it ( a lot of money for me at the time), so I agreed to help, as the guy was supposed to be returning very shortly. Unfortunately, he didn't show and my parents got back to pick me up first.
....And that's how I missed out on a promising career as a game guru .