35-odd hours into the new Legend of Zelda game for the Wii, and maybe only 2/3 or 3/4 done. On the one hand, that is a large chunk of time for a trivial pursuit. On the other hand, it's a work week. The game has largely been enjoyable, with a few annoying bits, and then the occasional "tell me why I'm playing this again?" I'm looking forward to when I can finally say it's done, and do a better job of thinking about other things.
February 3, 2007
I don't play all that many "big" games all the way through. But I've found puzzle-ish games like this one are fun with a co-pilot to givadvice, and sometimes drive, partially because it restores the social nature of gaming, which is really a big raw for me, and partially because I'm not all that clever with puzzles. I'm using a help guide when I'm on my own, but I try to use it for reference to keep me from getting stuck (and burning more time) instead of following it step by step.
Anyway, I was getting a bit burnt out on Zelda 'til I got to SPOILER (highlight to read) the Temple of Time, and this magic wand that lets you control your character as he controls a statue/robot with a big ol' stone hammer...very satisfying. END SPOILER. That was nice.
The other nice part is the use of the word "twilit" as an adjective meaning "of or possessed by the Twilight Realm".
Quote of the Moment
"I always get people gifts that I would want. Therefore, this year, you're getting a gun."
--from things my boyfriend says.com... the about page mentions it's all the funnier because he has a great French-Canadian accent.