- Only 90s kids will remember...the original baby Groot
This is my favorite Zelda, you’re making me want to play it againID: hag0pfj
Always a good time to replay OoT
Is this the same sprout we later see as the tree in Wind Waker?ID: hafzm6s
Thats the theoryID: hagp271
Insert Zelda timeline comment
Well Groot was made in the 60sID: hagbpz5
I was thinking that as well but they are talking about Baby Groot so I had to look into it. Earliest appearance of that was Annihilation Conquest: Starlord" #3 (2007) and that was just grown up Groot but smaller. The 1st actual Baby Groot we see is in "All-New Guardians of the Galaxy" #1 (2017) so that probably came from the movie itself.
Ocarina of Time cane out in 1998 beating even the earliest 1st appearances by about 9 years!ID: hagbw4e
Well i’ll be damned, I was too lazy to do it myself haha.ID: hah0psu
The whole annihilation storyline is awesome.
Please don’t bring back 90s kids memesID: hah8s0t
But how else will we know if we're 90's kids??ID: hahogt6
Easy, can you remember incredibly popular products that regularly show up on top-10 lists?ID: haheguo
You must be a 90s kid if you remember 90s kids memes!
Haha I love super marioID: haheef1
I remember being so happy when I saw this little bastard spring up. It was such a glimpse of hope for Hyrule.
I was so pumped to see that little dude after finishing up the deku tree temple!
I’m born in 2005 and remember this, am I the only one??ID: hagu6gl
No, I believe there are people that are born on 2005!ID: hagvhbo
No I mean... "only 90th kid will remeber" I remember it and am born in 2005ID: hahedae
Nah. I think lots of younger people were exposed to the game because of the 3DS remake.
If you were born in 2005 but played the game on the N64, then that would be unusual.
Am i the only one who hated ocarina of time? It was boring asf and i hated camera movement. Tried playing it again...i hate it even more!ID: haftg7l
Am i the only one
It has a slow start, particularly by modern standards. There were a lot of pioneering gameplay concepts that the game had to take pains to ease the player into. Once you get out of the Kokiri Forest and onto Hyrule Field (and once the owl shuts up) the game really shines and doesn’t let up. Did you manage to get that far?ID: hag0l9t
Part of the issue some gamers who didn’t grow up with these games is that they are used to quest markers and guidance to their missions. There isn’t a lot pushing you in ocarina of time outside of the general discussions with the deku tree, Zelda, etc. you have to do a lot of the leg work and investigation yourself.
I think more modern games design hand holds too much and if modern gamers don’t have a good marker or description, they have no desire to continue and say there is “nothing to do”ID: hafyg89
Yeah i did. Idk why but it just isnt for me i guess ... i tried botw and link to the past didnt like those too... in botw world was too open for me with not mich things to doID: hafzwv9
Camera is dated sure. It’s meant to be locked and recentered often due to the limitations of one stick for a 3D game.
Boring is obviously relative but I think it gets into the action pretty quick with the Deku tree dungeon.
Some of it is nostalgia for sure, but I still think that game is an amazing experience if you can get past some of the technological limitations. For example, baldurs gate is really dated, and I never played it back in the day. However, I just played it last year and loved it despite it’s dated gameplay and graphics. But to each their ownID: hahel72
To each their own, and we're all entitled to our personal tastes and opinions...
That being said, you are objectively and scientifically wrong.ID: hag75k1
Ya, you're probably the only one.ID: hafzl63
Yes, you are the only one to have the magic of this game lost on you.
To bad, so sadID: hagj62n
I grew up with it, yeah there's some slow parts, but the temples, music, and just pure fun moments of the game make it worth it.ID: hagtymb
I hated it, when I was 9...
As we are playing Ocarina of Time..
it re-released on ds, so this also applies to 2000s kids
Oh the nostalgia