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>That picture doesn't say anything about FUN.
It does. It says "that looks fun."
>Now compare OoT with a movie.
Those aren't cut scenes. You actually get to move around and interact with them.
Having played Link to the Past as a kid when it came out and then playing OoT when that came out it blows my mind anyone could actually feel like the former is more fun than the latter. There's zero immersion with it. You're moving around a little representation of a character on a flat map-like surface, like a board game. OoT brought the idea to life. Nobody felt for any character in Link to the Past like they felt for Saria when leaving her behind.



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