Ok, This thing, right over here, is a Dead Hand, you only get to see a couple of em' ever. One is in a room, under the well, the other is in a room where Hyrule's dead lay. So you gotta saver the incounters as much as possible. OK?
FINALLY someone who understand how scary this thing is when it walks like that!!! All the other drawings show him leaning forward before he bites. That part is only scary after he walks up to you like this!
Ah, you even got the walls and floor! That was one of the creepiest things about the encounters, in my opinion. His pose is really great, too. It almost looks like he's trying to find a way out of his cave...
Man, That thing gave me nightmares. I couldn't even fight it without the sound off so I didn't have to hear that disturbing squelching sound...oh...and Oot was rated e right? It should have been at least T. anyway, Great picture. There arent enough pictures of this guy.
That was definately one of the more disturbing enemies in Zelda. I wonder what kind of classification Zelda Twilight Princess is going to get, after all, I think that Ocarina of time probably only JUST ducked under an M rating. Especially the initial version with Gannondorf's red blood.
I do remember blood spraying from Ganon's mouth when I cut em' up so nice. But that could just be a warped memory of myne
Besides, what do we care if it's rated "M" or not? Aren't we old enough eather way? (:
humm. I'm not sure how they rate the games. I guess the violence adds up. Like The tonny hawk skating games have plenty of blood. I remeber the first time I played that game I laughed so hard because every little bump made the little skater guy bleed like a fire hydrant!
Also, I'd die to be able to play a game by you! I just know it'll be the bee's knees! XD
I just have to go through university and I'll have a degree in game design! I'll probably never get the chance to really start a franchise (what a depressing notion...) but if I do, you can expect some of the most totally insane, over-the top and just freaking rediculous crap you've ever seen in playable form. It'll be like: "I can't believe it's not Japanese" *logo flashes on screen*
But as an Aussie, I'm not sure how high my chances of becoming a game developer are. At best, I suppose I'll be able to do character animations for existing companies. That'd be a nice consolation prize.