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  1. Something else that might help: On a multi page topic you should probably add "Page #" to the title somewhere to distinguish pages from each other. Lastly (and this is just a personal preference) it would be nice if you had a page number in the url rather than "st". On page 2 you get "st_20", but given you know how many posts to display per page it would be easy to do the math of ((2 - 1) * 20) to figure out the st. Granted there's probably a little more involved, but it would look cleaner. Users could easily change the page number in the URL without doing the math themselves.
  2. I like the way it is now. I never liked the menu. I use fast reply / edit 99% of the time. With the full editor I NEVER use "Topic Summary". I almost never use "Post Options". The only reason for using the full editor at all is uploading files. So if possible it would be nice to eliminate the full editor all together and add upload to the fast editor. That would be cool.
  3. I figured something out that might help you. On the menu screen (when you select your file) if you press down on the Wii-mote it'll center the pointer from where you think should be center. If you're sitting really close it will be off, but you can fix it there.
  4. Oh, this is worse. In OoT you could choose to ignore Navi calling out to you. Fi literally jumps out of your sword infront of you and have to acknowledge the prompts. It's very rare where an optional alert will come up. I also don't feel the game was very well thought out as far as story goes. I mean, seriously I get the claw shots from completing the second trial, really? I should have had to complete a dungeon for that. The dragon scales and magic earrings in the first and third trails... ok, whatever... But an equip-able item in the second trial. The lack of consistency is a bit unnerving
  5. Well I've have played through what seems to be a majority of Skyward Sword... at least I've gotten the second flame, and I'm trying to get into the third place. I'm assuming there isn't much more after I get the third flame... At least from the menu screen it seems that way. I hope I'm wrong though. Game play wise, I really like the game. I would give it an "A rating". But there are some "additions" to the game that really ruin it, which in my book gives it a "C Rating": So if you overlook the two things above, this is a really awesome game. But with these things it has taken all the fun ou
  6. This is quite scary: http://camelegg.com/product/N82E16822148609 I just hope it goes back down to that price at some point.
  7. Concessions? Hell no! If I had as much problems as some people have claimed to have with Apple products I wouldn't use them. Plain and simple. The fact is I very rarely have an issue with an Apple product. I've been on the Mac platform for 6 years, and I was on Windows for 10 years before that. I have through experience on both platforms. And so far Windows has always been the piece of faeces in my book. Windows 7, however, is a hell of a lot better. Microsoft really stepped up their game. The rest of the world? If you added all users together into one colossal mass, sure Windows would be a
  8. Yep. Sorry I edited my post, probably after you hit "Quote". I have an obsession with heavily critique my posts even after I post them :).
  9. True, but I've had my Mac for a few years now and I don't have $2500 to blow on a Mac Pro. If I had good enough hardware on my Mac (which is usually the problem) and the game was also available on Mac OS X (another common problem) I could play the game just as good as Windows. The gaming problem on Mac is really two problems... Apple's all-in-one obsession (harder upgradability) and not all game vendors support both platforms. Not to say that the all-in-one thing doesn't work... because it does for everything else! But I really wish the price would come down on those Mac Pros! Valve and Bliz
  10. For the record MacBooks have removable batteries. The whole bottom comes off as one piece, making just about everything accessible. See this video, among many others. The iPhone 4/4S is even easier than the unibody MacBook. See this video. Now the older 3GS/3G iPhone's is harder, mainly because of the curved design, but it's not impossible. See this video. Now why would Apple go this route? Well the biggest reason is it's more efficient. The connectors are much more compact, and the connection is more solid and tight. Easily removable batteries loosely connect with the device. You may say
  11. There is, don't sit so close to the TV :D. I'm at least 5-6 ft back from the TV, probably more. There's also settings on the Wii for having the sensor bar above or below the TV.
  12. I think it uses the sensor bar to keep the remote calibrated, so if you're too close, that could be part of it. Try doing it farther back. I know that on the Wii Sports Resort sword game it would get out of calibration easily if you swing it too hard, and I remember it saying something about the sensor bar being responsible for keeping the tip of the sword center. If you go into the Wii's settings there is a screen that shows where the infrared lights are. There's also a setting to adjust the sensitivity. Also candles give off infrared light. So if you have a fireplace, that will mess everyt
  13. Sorry to hear you're having so much trouble. It's odd because I haven't had any issues at all. Biggest issue I had was with the tight rope, and I figured out I was holding it wrong. If I recorded a quick video would that help perhaps? I never read the stone things in Ocarina, so I don't think you have to read them in this one either. I don't have a strategy guide. Decided to play it without one :). I'm in the lake currently. Such a blast!
  14. You could try unplugging the extender and re-connect it. You also don't have to violently shake it :). If you were going to buy a controller, today would have been it. Some places had them cheaper for black friday.
  15. You tilt to steer, you flick the front downward to gain altitude. When I say "flick" I mean like you're hitting a ball downward or something. The bird flaps to gain altitude so you're "flapping" the remote :). When you have enough altitude you glide, and you can use the feathers to burst a little. You use the portals on the rocks to rocket towards something faster. I may be imagining it, but if you get up as high as you can and tilt towards you can "dive bomb" towards something and I *think* that is a little faster. With the shield thing, I think it's because you have to push it out there at
  16. If he starts flapping by himself it means there is no air flow. When he's "flying" he's actually gliding. When that happens you have to gain altitude by flinging the controller's front downwards. While gliding push A and he'll push himself forward faster. It takes some getting used to, but I'm doing it perfectly now. The wooden shield doesn't help with those guys under the bushes. It just damages your shield. I think you need a metal one for that. You can upgrade your wooden one to make it stronger, but don't bother. There is a metal one next to the wooden one on the left... not sure when it
  17. Sorry, been busy at work! Forgot to check the topic. Do you use the attachment on a regular Wii-mote? That might be the issue. I have a Wii motion plus controller (built in without attachment). So far I haven't had any issues, and I haven't had to recalibrate once. That may be the culprit. If you've played Wii Sports Resort the bird is just like the plane. The only difference is you flick the Wii-mote downward to gain altitude. If you're hovering just above the clouds you won't be able to do anything. When flying you want to keep the Wii-mote level and tilt in the direction you want to go.
  18. Zelda is pretty epic so far. Controls take some getting used to, but it's pretty awesome. Flying controls could be slightly better.
  19. No I mean remake the game with 3D models. Obviously they'd have to change a lot because you're going from a 2D world to a 3D world... but keep the same story, dark world and light world, same kind of bosses, same overworld layout, same themes, etc... It would be awesome if they did that.
  20. Link to the Past is a Super Nintendo game that was later ported to the Game Boy Advance. It's a 2D top-down game. What I would like to see is a completely new game like OoT/Skyward Sword with the Link to the Past story and dungeons (plus new stuff). I love OoT, but Skyward Sword doesn't have to be exactly like it to be just as good. It can be better it different ways. The biggest thing I'm looking forward to is the 1:1 motion controls. The 1 player sword fighting on Wii Sports Resort is awesome (despite its flaws). It actually got my blood pumping. Solving puzzels, I would argue, is probably
  21. I think it would be totally awesome if they re-made Link to the Past in 3D :D.
  22. I have Skyward Sword pre-ordered. Can't wait to get it!
  23. Then why do they use the word expansion in the FAQ? Other questions in the FAQ also use the same wording.
  24. Loved that game! My all time favorite. The bird is awesome. My wife loves OoT. Trying to get her to play LthP.
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