No, it's not.You pronounce it as "mist".
No offence, but is English your second language?
-Peak Province. Upon arrival this area is covered by a perpetual blizzard that extends from the mountain base up to the Snow Peak Ruins dungeon itself. The blizzard is so dense is not possible to witness the passage of time as celestial bodies are covered by the strong wind and snow. Once Link retrieves the mirror piece the blizzard subsumes and we are graced with one of the best vistas at the peak's summit.
-Snow Peak Ruins. Another very clever detail is that throughout the mayority of the dungeon there are no heart drops from enemies or objects. The idea is for Link's to use the evolving Yeto soup as he's only way of healing.
Snow Peak Ruins Destruction. One of the most interactive and destructible environments in the Zelda series. Once Link gets his hands on the Chain Ball he can wreck different objects that he couldn't otherwise. Wooden barrels, boxes, chairs, benches, tables, armors, ice walls, etc. There's even a place reminiscent to a church full of wooden benches everywhere and Chilfos for Link to level.
The Mini Freezars are an enemy that shows of quite well the physics engine. It quite cool (literally) to see multiple of them bouncing around between themselves and the environment.
Agahnim battle with bottles is by now a tradition, been in TWW, Zelda 64, and likely others.
Agahnim? You cannot fight with bottles in ALTTP. You can fight him with the bug net, though.
It would be interesting to know if the Bottle trick in Ocarina wasn't a bug. Can you deflect the energy attacks with a Deku Stick?
A BUg Net trick is present in Skyward Sword tought. But it celebrates the Fishing Pole trick of Twilight Princess more than anything else. Is possible to use the Bug Net to distract Ganon in the last boss fight.
Why did Ptm and Rich got banned. Do you know The moon?
Anyway, added a few details to the seond ilist in this page, those are highlighted in red.
I posted about GG in the journalism thread. Always read the OP, kids.Why did Ptm and Rich got banned. Do you know The moon?
Deku sticks are child only. (Hammer may work. Just checked, it does.) Besides, the bottle has no attack properties whatsoever, it has to be a throwback to Zelda 3.It would be interesting to know if the Bottle trick in Ocarina wasn't a bug. Can you deflect the energy attacks with a Deku Stick?
i thought there was an Ocarina glitch that let Adult Link use some of the child form items. That's why i asked about the sticks.I posted about GG in the journalism thread. Always read the OP, kids.And don't forget it. :-/
Deku sticks are child only. (Hammer may work. Just checked, it does.) Besides, the bottle has no attack properties whatsoever, it has to be a throwback to Zelda 3.
Apparently, Link's Awakening has an alternative item for this as well:i thought there was an Ocarina glitch that let Adult Link use some of the child form items. That's why i asked about the sticks.
But if the Hammer also works doesn't it mean it's a product of the game's system an animation systems more than a throw back? Seems anything that has a swing animation and a colition box works to deflect the attacks.
Maybe the real throwbacks are the bottle working in this game and the Bug Net working against Ganon in Skyward Sword.
Btw, there's some new stuff added to the big post in this page.
The idea that is trying to get across is that even if the Deku Leaf remained as a WW exclusive item, it's applications and functionality carried over to this game. This was achieved giving the wind properties of such item to the Gale Boomerang and it's gliding capability are maintained through the uses cuccos and Ooccooos. XDThat's more the legacy of Cuccos in Ocarina and Majora than the Deku Leaf.
Well Kojima's games are known for these type of attention to deatail. Zelda ones are too, to some extent. Yet, this is not something riding on people minds when they talk about twilight princess.I feel like Kojima is the only guy outside nintendo with the desire and budget to do stuff like this.
Why is the old adventure game spelled like that then? Seems like a weird conincidence for someone to repeat the mistake years later and so consistently, assuming that it is a mistake. Likely it's a regional spelling.
Atrus is in this game?Refreshment.01 said:Myst.
Now that I think about it myst is likely the spelling somewhere that does not experience mist often, perhaps somewhere in the Middle East where deserts are prevalent. Hopefully the OP will return and shine some light on this.
The OP never commented on it, which I believe confirms my theory since the OP is probably embarrassed that they unwittingly revealed where they live. A majority of posters here seem to be from Western countries and Australia, and many people find it awkward to be outed as being different.No man.... No...
This is a case of someone being more familiar with video game lexicon than the english language. It's like someone mispelling crisis as "crysis." It's not an archaic form of spelling, and there's no other reason for being used other than a spelling error.
Myst the videogame was named after the novel "The Mysterious Island" by Jules Verne
I call 3D printers.The OP never commented on it, which I believe confirms my theory since the OP is probably embarrassed that they unwittingly revealed where they live. A majority of posters here seem to be from Western countries and Australia, and many people find it awkward to be outed as being different.
Also, if it was a typo there has been ample time to correct it, further proof that it is indeed an alternate spelling.
Out of respect for the OP I believe we should stop bringing attention to it, and I would like to make clear that I didn't mean to harm anyone's feelings. I had a genuine intellectual curiosity about the word and thought it would be interesting to clarify.
Yes, this im aware of. That should' ve been in the guide if not it got lost during the transcribing.One I only realized a couple days ago is that you can distract Skullfish by throwing a wooden crate into the water. They'll attack that instead, and it slowly disintegrates with an animation obviously descended from the way the large Deku Nuts in WW disintegrate after you pull them off the stem.
Very cool list, OP. Zelda games always impress me with the level of detail they have.
That one i wasn't aware of. Can you explain a bit further?Didn't find it on the list. Tried it yesterday. If you climb the ladder where Talo is located in Kakariko and shoot an arrow at his target he will complain saying you're cheating.