Daily Blog Challenge: February 2nd

Today marks the first daily blog of February! This months theme is Legend of Zelda based. So all questions will be about LoZ

Today’s Theme: My First Experience Will The Legend of Zelda

My first time with the LoZ franchise was Ocarina of Time. This is probably common for early to mid 90’s kid. Originally I was watching my uncle teach my cousin how to play. It was at the Lon Lon ranch. They had just learned Epona’s song. I do not know what it was exactly. I never really played games as much as I did watch them. I watched my dad and mom play games before bed a lot. This was the first game I saw someone play and thought “Oh, man. I have to learn to play this game. Like right now.” My memory is not the best, so I never remember which I played first: Pokemon Red or LoZ.

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Now, I’ve played every home console one except Skyward Sword because it required motion plus, which I did not have at the time sadly.

So what was your first experience with the Legend of Zelda? Were you throwing it back on the NES or rocking the new Wii titles? Or somewhere in the middle?

Thanks for taking the time to read this!

Check back tomorrow for more updates!

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Hi! Im a twenty-three year old college student who loves to relax with some animes, mangas, comic books, video games, you name it. Im also into sports, movies and music. If any of this stuff interest you, follow my blog and do not be scared to strike up a conversation. I love discussing all of these mediums of entertainment. Check often for Updates! Follow me on twitter @Dahubbz Join my forum dahubbz.proboard.com

Posted on February 2, 2016, in 2016, Daily Blog Challenge- February, Daily Post Challenge, The Legend of Zelda, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. The first time I played a Zelda title was on my uncle’s SNES. Link’s Awakening on the original Gameboy was the first game in the series that I completed and is arguably my fave title from the franchise.

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