Oooookkkaayyy... well I hope you grew out of that.
Well, considering that I rate Link's Awakening as one of my top favorite games
, I think I did! Plus, I'm on a forum
, so yeah
even if a certain someone here says otherwise
Remember, I played Link's Awakening in elementary school
, in the the cafeteria
, for probably no more than 5 minutes. Probably less. Note, most of the games I played before were practically all just Super Mario Bros. or a variation of the platformer genre. So reading in a video game was still quite a new concept to me at the time.
Although, wait. Something doesn't make sense... Pokemon came out before Ocarina of Time... I enjoyed the heck out of that (and I did read the dialog boxes, otherwise, I wouldn't have been able to enjoy the game)... Hmm. My memory. It is messing with me.
I don't know right now. I just know I had to do a double take on Link's Awakening because I was too immature to enjoy it the first time round. And then it became one of my favorite games.
Edit: Note that I did read a lot of books before, more than playing games. I actually didn't get into video games until around the time Pokemon came out; I was really hooked by then. Previous to that, I played some games but never as much as any of you all. I never owned an NES (my next door neighbor had one, but she only owned like Ninja Turtles, Super Mario Bros, Duck Hunt, Excitebike, and... that's it?).
Darn. First post on a new page and it's an off-topic post. ... :/ Uh....
The Dark Knight Rises! It's pretteh kwel, but man is it different from the movie. If it were more $6.99, it really wouldn't be worth it. I saved that woman, Miranda, and I think I have to meet with Commissioner Gordon for the next objective or something, but I've been clearing some sidequests I get into. In one of them, I had to rescue three hostages. I saved two, but the game still gave me the victory (I think). I don't know, some things in the game are a bit weird. I recommend The Amazing Spider-Man over The Dark Knight Rises, since TAS is just so much more fun to play; TDKR feels like a gimped TAS is all.