Game & Watch™: The Legend of Zelda™

terry.330

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I had it preordered but switched the deposit because I still have the Mario one unopened and every time I go to Target, BB, WM etc. There are still literally stacks of them, I'll just pick this one up later. They're kind of cool but I don't even have a use for one as a clock.
 

NeoSneth

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I had it preordered but switched the deposit because I still have the Mario one unopened and every time I go to Target, BB, WM etc. There are still literally stacks of them, I'll just pick this one up later. They're kind of cool but I don't even have a use for one as a clock.

I find the clock to be a great distraction while I'm on conference calls. Dont know why, but I really get fixated on it sometimes.
edit: seems like i mentioned this already.
 

sr20det510

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Picked one up, now I just need to actually play it.
I might wait for Thanksgiving Break to give it a go.
 

fenikso

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Started playing Link's Awakening, pretty sweet. Strange they didn't use the GBC port.
 

Hawwa

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Picked one up, don't know how much playtime it will get from me but my 3yo kid loves the super mario one so...
 

GutsDozer

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I really enjoy it. The alternate Famicom versions are worth it, plus you get Awakening. I hope they do a Metroid one next.
 

fenikso

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I doubt they would do a metroid, they really drop the bomb every time with metroid.
While I doubt they'd do Metroid G&W, as well, a Metroid, Metroid 2 and third random NES game (idk, Kid Icarus maybe) G&W would be pretty sweet.
 

Reclaimer

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Opened the Mario and Zelda ones at Christmas - how does this thing have a better dpad than the switch lol

My 3 year old is getting some time on Mario, it’s perfect for his hand size.

While I totally dig the novelty (hell, I still play the gameboy micro for a bit every now and then) I wish these were a little more definitive as a collection of all the versions of a title. Heck, add in a museum mode with deep encyclopedic knowledge of the games, behind the scenes making of stuff, interviews, etc.

As is, I’m still a sucker for these and they are well made so I’ll keep buying em. Metroid next?
 

NeoSneth

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it is surprising how they are lacking an emulation of the traditional game and watch games themselves....
 
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