- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Prima Games (Dec 10 2002)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0761541187
- ISBN-13: 978-0761541189
- Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 0.1 x 26.7 cm
- Shipping Weight: 490 g
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
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December 2, 2003
THIS BOOK IS THE BOOK FOR THIS GAME. IF YOU CANNOT TELL ME THAT THESE MAPS LOOK EXACTLY LIKE THE DUNGEONS LOOK LIKE, THEN U MUST BE BLIND, HAVE THE IQ OF 2, OR JUST CRABBY CAUSE U CANNOT BEET IT!. Seriously though, this book is the greatest, it tells you everything you need to know, even the new qeust, dungeon , and sword move. Trust me, the maps are beutiful, and they are so sharp, you can point out a bush, and count its pedals, you know, the little ones you slash with the sword, yeah. Take it from me, A gamer whos beet it 6 times, 3 from the book , by then i knew it by heart, so, trust me on this, buy it!
June 30, 2003
I never played the original game for the Super Nintendo but, I picked up this game very quickly. I beat this game once without the guide and after I looked in the guide at a store I decided it was worth it for all the extra's I may have missed. With the help from this guides step-by-step fashion I beat this game a second time with a hundred percent completion. It was the greatest feelling ever to know that you had all of the items and heart pieces that the original game designers had put in there, hoping a few selected people would find all of them. This guide also has the multiplayer Four Swords guide but, I haven't looked at that yet. This guide is a worthwhile investment for any Zelda fan. It is a huge commitment to beat a very long game, such as this one, because it really tests your patience level. Patience is required just to beat it without one hundred percent, this guide is for those perfectionists who can't leave a game unbeaten. Bryan Stratton did a very good job on this guide. Best guide I have ever played from and believe me I have played among many confusing guides and this one was well laid out compared to some.
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September 28, 2003
This guide is very, very dumb cuz all it duz is take the fun out of the game. A game is supposed to test your brain in mysteries and adventure, but with this (so- called helpful) guide, it takes every little step for you, and all you need to do is move your finger to move your Link dude, and that's that. Game Over.
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