Lined Eye lady explains that the elder had gone missing when other girls started vanishing and that Vitosal must search the town for someone who knows the location of the elder. Vitosal went door to door, looting treasure, throwing pots, fighting guards, slashing chickens, discovering new mysteries in Hyrule such as the Golden Power and the wishing waterfall and finally learning the location of the elusive elder, today that adventure continues… Continue reading →
*I would just like to let you all know that I was able to successfully record my gameplay of Zelda Part 3, the video is after the article. Please comment if you like it, don’t like it, suggestions or otherwise. Thanks again.
Vitosal entered the Kakariko Village in order to locate the elder and find the Master Sword. While searching, Vitosal got conned out of money by a phoney fortune teller, discovered warrants for his arrest, and even though he collects hearts there is never any evidence of blood shed. Eventually he found the elder’s home only to discover that the elder went missing when other girls started vanishing…today that adventure continues…Continue reading →
Vitosal made an insane decision to play Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Thanks to Ocarina Of Time Nerd, Vitosal has safely landed in the magical top down world of Hyrule where an evil wizard who’s name cannot be pronounced is threatening to break seven seals and release all sorts of evil into the world. After receiving a detailed mental text message, a princess named Zelda instructed Vitosal to break her out of the castle dungeon that she was trapped in. Acquiring a sword, shield and his super secret family attack (holding down the attack button for a charge hit), Vitosal successfully infiltrated the castle, defeated numerous enemies, saved the princess and made it to a friendly Wizard who instructed him to find the elder in order to obtain The Master Sword…today, that adventure continues…Continue reading →
Just a quick thanks to Ocarina Of Time Nerd for the feedback provided in fixing this article. It was so bad that my cousin from the UK told me that a whole bunch of English teaching professors nearly jumped of their college buildings because this post was a “blight upon the English language, written or otherwise”. You just saved the world, Joel….Continue reading →