Discussion in 'Exploding Rabbit (General)' started by Jay, Jan 8, 2012.
For more info: Let's Play Zelda: Parallel Worlds - Part 5
Part 5, mother fucker!
This game is frustrating me and I'm not even playing it.
Spoiler: Thoughts as usual
You can get that ruppee, by slashing it, right?
Oh yeah looks like a button.
Haha fake buttons.
Where did you go when you died?
"There some to be a puzzle aroud every corner. Be careful, Jay!" Well that's useful.
R-shoulder because it's on the shoulder? But blue...?
"I thought it was empty. You just blew my mind. T__T"
I thought it was Zelda as well, because HER bloodline would be the one which pops out, right?
O__o Well, why didn't she heal you earlier indeed.
man this hack is brutal. designer really should have rethought the whole "backtrack forever" idea. videos are good though (not yet as enjoyable as the elementia ones, but still great).
Yeah, it actually stresses me out a bit to watch these videos at this point. I'm glad for the content, just let it be said that I'll never want to try this game... haha.
This might help some:
Light blue... dark blue...
It's a reference to PAL/Europe SNES controllers where the X, Y, A and B buttons are colourized and not shades of purple.
You want to push and hold the "Right Shoulder Button" and then hold down the Blue button together on your controller. Experiment with it, you'll see what it does and how it can be of use pretty easily, I would think.
→ YOU JUST BROUGHT BACK AN IMAGE BURRIED IN MY MIND! THIS IS THE CONTROLLER I'VE SEEN AND TOUCHED! I was wondering where that blurry image was from if SNES controllers had purple buttons. Thank you. you just ... saved me. Somehow. I guess.
EDIT: I'm talking about a memory from my babyhood. I think I could barely stand on my legs, and I grabbed a controller with colorful buttons. That's all I can remember. For all my life, I've been wondering what this controller was. You got me the answer. Thank you. YOU ARE AWESOME. (I maybe exagerating about you, but it really helps me, somehow)
WELL HOW ARE AMERICANS SUPPOSED TO KNOW TO USE THE PAL CONTROLLER?
Dunno, not my fault NOA didn't give a damn about colour coding stuff.
What did they do? Oo Only american controllers had purple-only buttons. the Super Famicom had the same colors as the ones seen above.
yeah American children aren't allowed to have too much color in their lives, it could stimulate their creativity.
A controller with different colors for the buttons is not symmetrical.
"If it's not symmetrical, it's not worth it." -Steve Wood
→ Doesn't sound good.
→ A SNES controller can't be symmetrical anyway, as there is on one side action buttons and on the other one, the directionnal ones.
But if we assume two symmetry axes, then it's possible. And colorful buttons cannot be symmetrical in any way.
I'm not going to debate on your (or people's) personnal notion of "symmetry".
I wonder if Jay figured out what the "secret" from the old guy means...
If he hasn't, I'm pretty sure there's another character later in the game that better explains the function.
Need more progress!
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