More Zelda, much more

Been playing a whole lot of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword again. Mostly since I had some time to spend with my friend whom I play it together with.
I’m not sure what I think about this game… It’s good, but I’m not sure I’ve had much fun with it. Well not entirely true either, there are some parts I’m not enjoying so much. There is a bit too much use of the motion controller, yes I do know why. But I still wish we could have gotten an option to use the pro controller and skip all the motion stuff.
If the next Zelda game will have motion controls I sure hope they are better and not

And I can’t say that I think the music is very memorable, since I can’t even remember the slightest tune from the game. It’s not bad in any way, just not as good as past games in my opinion. Still I’m driven to continue playing this game, since I really enjoy the whole Link rescues his loved one, I enjoy seeing the feelings Link and Zelda share. And would have loved if the’ve gone further with it. Well I don’t know how it ends so maybe I’ll get my wish.
I most replay A Link To The Past, again some day. It’s my favourite amongst the Zelda games, I’ll never grow tired of that game.

After we’re done with Skyward Sword we’ll go ahead and play through Twillight Princess. Looking forward to that too. But tomorrow I think I am going to start playing Mario Galaxy, I must try that game. I am very eager to see what I’ll think about that game. I was playing
Tales of Symphonia 2 before, but I am having trouble getting into the game. And besides, I’m eagerly awaiting Ni no Kuni for PS3 later this month so no more rpgs until then.
And for those of you who care, yes I’m feeling slightly better than I did when I made my last post. And in the future my “games I’ve beaten” section will be split into multiple pages sine both the Sony and Nintendo parts of that list is getting big. See ya next time!

NintendoLand, Mario & Tales of Graces

I decided to try a bit NintendoLand before going to bed. That was about two-three hours ago. Hehe, yeah I lost track of time. Pretty fun game with minigames. But I’ve just tried The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest and Yoshi’s Fruit Cart. They are both pretty fun, I enjoyed Yoshi’s FC more than I thought I would. But it was fun, can’t wait to try the rest of the attractions. For Zelda I really need to get a Wiimote, so I can play it and use the sword. With the Gamepad, you can only use the bow. But I wanna slice things up too!
And that’s not the only reason for why I want it, I want to be able to play the Wii games I already own. Like Xenoblade Chronicles, Tales of Symphonia 2, Mario Galaxy and the The Legend of Zelda games. Ahh, hope this “Nintendo high” will last. Feels good man.

And as you should be well aware of by now, I am replaying Tales of Graces f. And I just love that game, so today I beat the last boss in the main arc. And managed to do so under 60 seconds. So I got that trophy and it felt pretty good actually! No, I’m not really playing to get trophies, but it is fun to test yourself. If I wanted to get the platinum trophy for this game, there are still a lot of things left. Like winning over the Rockgagong, beating another certain boss under 60 seconds. Getting all the in requests so I can face the gentleman… Yeah, all the hard stuff left. Not to mention, maxing out the Eleth meter to 9999. I’m at a little more than 3000 right now, so it would take a long, long time…

Yes, I erased the last boss’ name. I don’t want to spoil anything for people who haven’t played the game yet, I don’t want to be that guy. We’ll see if I will continue to play TOGf for now or if I’ll take a break there for now and focus on the Wii U and the games I have for it. Well I’ll be back on the Playstation 3 pretty soon, since Ni No Kuni will be releasing next month. Eagerly looking forward to that title, really hope it turns out good.