quote bbb7002004Hi I'm back again. Now, all my local retailers do not have OOT3D new and used so what's the second best option?Popcorn34
For a newbie to the series I'd recommend playing a game like Ocarina of Time 3D before playing Majora's Mask. MM is a fantastic game, my favorite in the series, but it is more obtuse than other games in the series. While I think they did make changes to make the game more friendly to new players to the series, I imagine most people will have a better experience if they play a more "normal" Zelda first.
quote Keymoshy2Well if you love call of duty then yes, because its the same game only with slight changes, its more of a tweek than a new gameOn my xbox 360 do you think I should buy call of duty advanced warfare?
I've already played Black ops 2 and ghosts.
I'm a girl and I love call of duty.
Yes or no?
quote SpOOKSo get OOT3D? thanks for helpingI think bbb hit it, but for other reasons. Majora's Mask doesn't introduce more complex gameplay mechanics or anything along those lines that would make it less approachable for a new player, however it changes thing up enough to give you the borderline Zelda experience and then some. It's less linear in the sense that you can reset the three day period as often as you like, and take up the various sidequests involving the central town's residents in a number of different orders depending on which you've already helped and which items you've acquired. Pretty much every other Zelda game follows a more direct path to their conclusions -- in other words, visit so and so, get this item, use it to enter the next dungeon, find another item required to defeat the dungeon boss and proceed to a new area, rinse and repeat seven or so times. That's sorta present, but not to the extent that OoT and some of the other entries have adopted, which might ultimately make some of the earlier Zelda games seem less adventurous.
So as to not sour your taste of two somewhat dated games, I'd try to play OoT3D first to get a feel for what Zelda is, then try Majora's Mask which is often referred to as the odd duck.
A Link Between Worlds is also worth considering if you find the Zelda formula enjoyable. Keep in mind that it was done in vein of the 80/90's topdown Zeldas, though it's probably the least linear adventure Link's had to date.
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