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    Zelda: Rent or Buy?

    I really want to play this game, but I dont know if I should buy it or rent it. After beating it how many of you play it again?

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    why rent a game that takes over a day to beat. Buy it man its a must have. After I beat the game I was so proud and then I looked at it and said freaking 33 hours to beat this damn game. So I have never played it again because I'm kind of sick of it.

    If I my post helped you click on the GREEN MUSHROOM .....wait nevermind choose for yourself

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    I am thinking of signing up for something like gamefly, so i am probably going to rent it from there
    I wanted to know if people play it agian after beating it, if not there is no point considering buying it

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    Quote Originally Posted by na34
    I am thinking of signing up for something like gamefly, so i am probably going to rent it from there
    I wanted to know if people play it agian after beating it, if not there is no point considering buying it
    its Zelda, replay value isn't that high, well yeah there are side quest like get all the bugs and other stuff, but this game is the best on wii so far

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    so if I am getting a thing like gamefly do you recomend still buying it or just to rent it from there and beat it

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    well honestly I would buy it because it definitely deserves to be in your wii library, but hey whatever floats your boat.

    If I my post helped you click on the GREEN MUSHROOM .....wait nevermind choose for yourself

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    Yeah, I Beat Zelda At 50 Hrs And I Play It So much That I'm At 104:26!

    It's A Buy.

    Meh


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    dont but it i played it for 4 hours and got bored

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    if you rent this game, your wasting your time. This game needs to be bought. Also, if you played this game for 4 hours only, you haven't played Twilight Princess. The first 6-7 hours of the game seem very introductory and it starts off slow. You get hooked by the time you get to the 2 or 3rd temple. And before you finish the game you still have the 50 floor dungeon, the Cave of Wonders, to complete. If you rent this game, or don't play it for a long period of time, I'm afraid you cannot say you've played Twilight Princess, and cannot judge.
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    If you're a guy who likes to sniff out all the extras and beat all the side quests, buy it.

    But if you're a guy who likes to beat the game, feel satisfied, and then put it down, I'd say rent it.

    But to beat it, it runs an average first timer 40 to 50 hours to beat. Took me 45. Just make sure you play enough to get the most! (If you're on a weekly trial, you'd have to play 10 hours a day almost!)
    That turtle has a brief case. It must be going to work. I hope it has a good day.

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