I read somewhere in a magazine that "The Legend Of Zelda (1986)" is one of the greatest video-games of all-time. I wouldn't be shocked if it was the greatest. It is certainly my favorite video-game. I have played thousands of video-games, and this easily tops them all. Old games and new. This game has no genre of the tops, it tops all of the genres.
I remember crying when I was seven years old because my kid brother (who was about 3) deleted my Link. As I look back on that moment, to this day, it still seems logical to cry, because as a little boy, I put a lot of work into getting where I was. I think anybody, old and young, puts a lot of work into "The Legend Of Zelda (1986)". You spend so much time playing this game, and the game grows on you more and more. This game kind of becomes a part of your life. A classic never dies, my friend; and neither does a legend. :) It took me over five years to beat both of the quests together, while at the same time I was using Game Genie and a Walkthrough for some of it. This game is for the PROS ONLY! The score is unforgettable; I love the music so much. There is not one thing wrong with this game. I find it very shocking that they could've fit all this data into a NES game. 10/10. I don't think I'll ever see a video game, that tops this one.
Tuesday, August 21, 2001
I love this show. It's a real treat! It doesn't make you wait a whole week to see the upcoming episode, it's on three times a week! Now, maybe BB1 was terrible, but give BB2 a chance. BB2 is very fun to watch. BB2 truely shows how: people can break down when there surrounded by one person 24/7, for at least a week; what people will do for money; and how much people change from the start to the end. It is a very interesting show. I admit, I didn't have an interest in the first Big Brother, but the second one is just awesome. CAUTION: Don't watch the show unless you start watching when the season first starts, because you won't know what's going on, and you'll hate it.