Originally Posted by sevi
Do you recommend it?
Well, I would, but I don't know if you'd like it. Just because it's Zelda, I'd read it. There are some times in it where it's really lame, and some parts that make you feel, "Ah, that should have been in the game! It would have given it a better plot!" or "Why didn't they extend/shorten this part? It's so important/useless!" All in all, I think they're pretty okay, though.
Originally Posted by Rath
ok here's some new topic I scraped up from somewhere
Huzza! A new topic!
Originally Posted by rath
This has to do with the game Okami and its port to the wii (for those who don't know check wiki). Browsing on some forums I heard that many nintendo fans and Nintendopower have been giving Okami a purposely low score because they compare the game to Twlilight Princess. There are some similarities between the games, but the concept at large is just completely different. Personally I didn't think TP did very well, but it got pretty great reviews just because the title Zelda was slapped on to it.
Is it fair to compare Okami to TP or anygame for that matter?
Why does every adventure game have to lurk in the shadows of Zelda for nintendo? By the way, Okami is an excellent game, I'm just anxious to see how the controls feel.
I love Okami! (Probably because it's somewhat close to Zelda.) I went over to a buddy's house, and she had it, and it was an awesome game that reminded me of the beginnings of many others. I haven't quite played Twilight Princess yet, so, really, I don't know.
Of course it's not fair to compare Okami to Twilight Princess - I mean, close to everyone knows what Zelda is, and if you tell someone "Okami", about one in ten people might know what you're talking about just because they're a hardcore gamer or Japanese.
Zelda games are awesome. I mean, Ocarina of Time was the Game of the Century and was pretty much the revolution of most Zelda games. It's just that their plots and graphics (sometimes!) are really good and deep, and literally unbelievable. I only played about thirty minutes into the beginning of Okami, and I haven't played it since, but the beginning itself was pretty neat.
So, actually, it's not fair to compare any
game to another game unless it's in the same series or by the same, um, game producer/writer company, because of biased opinions. That's all.