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I'll probably need this for the 900 Korok seeds. Or at least half of them.
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part of me having fun is not being stuck in a place too long so I can move on with the story, side quest, objective, etc that I'm trying to accomplish whenever I'm stuck - a physical guide helps me disconnect from the internet and collect all the cool stuff I'd otherwise would've missed when I go back to an area
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I have 75 hours and completed Tarrytown. I even got Dark Link costume! I completed 70 shrines so far and can't believe there are still like 50 more out there hidden. Definitely need a guide!
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I think this is the normal price. It's a very good guide, I use it whenever I play.
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You're also one of those people that call things "OP" in single player games and want nerfs in offline non competitive single player games too right?
LoL..Zelda can be kind of daunting as you run around and look for things. I'm debating picking up a guide just to help me through those sections that I'd like to get through without wasting too much time beating my head against a wall.
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I'll be blunt and apologize ahead, BUT why the hell do you need a guide book to enjoy a game? Where is the fun in that?
This is one of those games you actually need a guide for. The Tarrytown side objective is so complicated that it would literally take you hours to just finish it without a guidebook. I would have no clue where to search for those people. This game is massive too. It has to take over 100 hours to beat the game fully without a guidebook. That's a conservative estimate. When I say "fully" I mean unlock everything within the game, side missions, etc.
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This is one of those games you actually need a guide for. The Tarrytown side objective is so complicated that it would literally take you hours to just finish it without a guidebook. I would have no clue where to search for those people. This game is massive too. It has to take over 100 hours to beat the game fully without a guidebook. That's a conservative estimate. When I say "fully" I mean unlock everything within the game, side missions, etc.
I have 75 hours and completed Tarrytown. I even got Dark Link costume! I completed 70 shrines so far and can't believe there are still like 50 more out there hidden. Definitely need a guide!
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I'll probably need this for the 900 Korok seeds. Or at least half of them.
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I'll be blunt and apologize ahead, BUT why the hell do you need a guide book to enjoy a game? Where is the fun in that?
part of me having fun is not being stuck in a place too long so I can move on with the story, side quest, objective, etc that I'm trying to accomplish whenever I'm stuck - a physical guide helps me disconnect from the internet and collect all the cool stuff I'd otherwise would've missed when I go back to an area
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part of me having fun is not being stuck in a place too long so I can move on with the story, side quest, objective, etc that I'm trying to accomplish whenever I'm stuck - a physical guide helps me disconnect from the internet and collect all the cool stuff I'd otherwise would've missed when I go back to an area
Yeah it's all available online, but it's such a cluster trying to find the stuff you're looking for online. I have never bought a guide before, but I just ordered this because I know I'll be playing this game for a very very long time.
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LoL..Zelda can be kind of daunting as you run around and look for things. I'm debating picking up a guide just to help me through those sections that I'd like to get through without wasting too much time beating my head against a wall.
I agree with this point. It's not the sort of thing I'd use all the time, but it'd be nice to have for reference at certain points. I hate browsing through online FAQs, which are riddled with tedious walkthrough videos or ads.
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I'll be blunt and apologize ahead, BUT why the hell do you need a guide book to enjoy a game? Where is the fun in that?
Because I'm doing a completionist run, and I don't have several hundred hours to spend roaming the map for Korok seeds.
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I'll be blunt and apologize ahead, BUT why the hell do you need a guide book to enjoy a game? Where is the fun in that?
Been playing video games my entire life. Now I'm in my 30s wife, child, career. Don't have the time to search for people and locations but for the most part am able to figure out the puzzles on my own. I call it being efficient.
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