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    Quote Originally Posted by selowitch
    Aha. Now the question is, assuming I only wish to spend the money for one game, do I run out and by the Collector's Edition or do I forget that and get TP for the Wii?
    I'd rather buy a disc with all the old ones on than the new one for the Wii,
    Don't get me wrong TP is soooo good, But I had the collectors edition awhile ago [Borrowed it from my mate] and it's good to have 3 or 4 old classics on one disc.



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    man, just buy every zelda game lol. just do that. theyre all awesome, even the 2-D ones


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    Ocarina of Time was for the N64 I thought, was it redone for the GC? Anyway, it's been a while since I played a Zelda and with TP being so revolutionary, we could get used to the Wiimote, which is so cool you want to learn to master it anyway right? Link's sort is worthy of movement from our shoulders!

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    In your situation, i'd go for the Collectors Edition, and then TP after completin them. Make sure to get both at some point though ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by StealthSoul
    In your situation, i'd go for the Collectors Edition, and then TP after completin them. Make sure to get both at some point though ^^
    Sounds like a good plan. Is the Ocarina/Master Quest disc for the GameCube worthwhile too, or would that just be duplicate content?

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    Well, If you have extra money sure go ahead for the master quest one. I dont think it adds TOO much though.. I think it's just a little better graphics and some extras, I don't think its worth it though. Alot of people prefer the original. IMO still go for the collectors edition that has OoT and the others
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    I would personally recommend getting the Wii version. Its more exciting with the new controls. But you should also get Ocarina of Time from the VC. Two great games.

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