It's a legitimate question anon. Even for its time, the controls are clunky, the sprites are too big and the view field is too small. Combat is shallow and the jump control doesn't really go with the fast paced action the game is going for
Now if you want to explain to me what it does right then I'm all ears. Maybe I missed something. Who knows.
I have a Panasonic FZ-1 (lower right not the camera) and it's good for a diversion or to delve into a liitle obscurity. There are some good FMV games on it that I don't have the funds to play on Laseractive and a few exclusives that are for sure enjoyable even beyond their novelty plus it doesn't really have a good emulator but it plays burned discs and only runs like $60 right? Worth having.
If your optical unit is on the verge of burning out, Redbook Audio (i.e. CD audio) will also be an issue. A number of games use this format.
King's Field (KF2 in Japan) doesn't have any FMVs (or CD audio) to my knowledge. I believe the intro may be a cutscene because it appears to be rendered using in-game textures and models, but I may be mistaken.
I'm pretty sure RPG Maker, SaGa Frontier and SaGa Frontier 2 don't have any FMVs or CD audio.
>>2905606 It depends on how much you like older RPGs.
2 is almost universally considered the worst and everyone recommends skipping it. I would personally recommend skipping over 1 and 3 as well because I'm not a huge fan of 8-bit RPGs, and both of those games were released before the Final Fantasy series started to develop more intricate stories (which is important to me in an RPG), but if those things aren't a big deal to you, you might like them.
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Are there any good after market controllers or should I just stick with getting the originals? Bought one of these awhile back and the d-pad felt incredibly stiff and the C and Z buttons squeak whenever I pressed them.
The Hori FC4 is pretty good if you want a controller with 6 face buttons, and the Buffalo SNES pad is a really cheap and surprisingly high quality option for games that don't require more than 8 buttons. Logitech controllers are probably the best you can get with native xinput support. Aside from that, stick with originals.
>>2905127 I think the atmosphere of the game in general still holds up as interesting in 2016. Considering the limitations of the n64, the world of OOT is still intriguing and mysterious even today I find, due to great graphic design and music/ sound design.
Also, the n64 controller was perfect for the game, simple A and B main buttons, C buttons for items, Z for targeting, it still feels great today.
>>2905127 The Forest Temple is still probably my favorite dungeon from any Zelda game. The combo of the art direction and the music is great. Really that entire section when you come out of the Temple of Time, all the way from Hyrule Castle Town to the Forest Temple, is very well done and hammers home how stark the contrast is between child Link's innocent colorful world and adult Link's dark and mysterious one.
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