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It still astounds me that this is close to the number 1 console this time around but no one I know that has one plays it. I have yet to sell mine because of what happened when I prematurely sold my original DS. :(
i geuss people... including myself... just got caught up in the hype, the gimick, and the idea of it all... I suppose I should actually try to play zelda... I haven't even opened it yet... I hear its pretty good... but the controls with the wii controller are kind of lame-o
If we were still all up there then you would use it. However, most of us are down in LA now so if you want it to be put to use, mail it to me.
yayits kevin...i will seriously consider your request...i will consider it long and hard...and then I will not send it...are you having fun down at disney
I borrowed Zelda from work for two weeks. I was very excited, I've loved every Zelda game ever, even the CD-I ones. I played Twilight Princess twice. I can not comprehend how it won so many game of the year awards, it was a very not fun game. Simply incomprehensible...I would suggest keeping the game wrapped up, giving it to your kids and command that they give it to their kid's kids as well. Then, one day when Antique Road Show comes to their part of town, they can talk about their great-grandfather. They will regale the audience with how you were such a great animator, a skinny vegetarian and that you owned a tv the size of a Honda. They will show the game off and the antique person will say, "wow, that game is still in its original packaging. It is worth $85."Your great-grandkids may not be thrilled that the game is worth so little, but at least you will get to be talked about on TV. It's worth it.
i like this comment PJ...you win a comment awardsilver star!!!
Only a silver star? BURN!
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