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Jason's History

When I was fourteen months old, my dad bought a Super Nintendo, along with a few games like Super Mario World, Yoshi's Island, Donkey Kong, etc. We had WAY too much fun on it. When I was about three or four, my dad bought a Gameboy Pak Gamepak so we could play our Gameboy games on our Nintendo. A few days later, he bought The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. I played it for about two hours everyday, not getting anywhere of course. As I progressed with age, I also progressed in my position on the game, not fully understanding everything. When I was about 9, I finally beat it (on a Gameboy; my Nintendo had long-since been dead). About a month passed, and I was bored with video games. My dad then bought an N64.  He knew how much I liked Zelda, so he bought Ocarina of Time. I was overwhelmed by amazing graphics. When I first started, I would beat Queen Gohma, and then would start over (I am still not sure why, but that was a LONG time ago...). When I turned11, my parents bought Majora's Mask. They refused to let me play it until I beat OoT. So the next day, I finally went past Gohma, and onto Dodongo's Cavern, etc. I finally got to the Forest Temple (where did Saria go???) and it took me about a week to figure everything out. When I got to the Water Temple, I couldn't figure out what to do. It took me about two months to see what I was missing. When I was at the Spirit Temple, I was like, "Oh, this is gonna be easy." It was in the middle of hard and easy. But why can't Twinrova just stay still? It took me forever. I beat all of the barriers surrounding the entrance to the enormous stairway with ease. I was really disappointed about the final battle with Ganondorf. All you had to do was go through the same basic thing as the Forest Temple Boss. Right after I beat him, I accidentally pulled the controller, causing a wire in the back to disconnect, so went back to the Spirit Temple. I secretly started to play MM, but only got to Woodfall when we moved. We packed everything into boxes, including the N64 and the games. We haven't unpacked them since, because my parents think that my grades will slip if I get it out. When I was 12, my bro got a Gameboy Advanced SP for his birthday, along with Need for Speed 2: Underground, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and The Minish Cap. I beat it within a week or two. I didn't follow along with the storyline well, and thought it was terribly easy. I turned 13, and my bro got Adventure of Link for his Gameboy SP. I am still stuck on it, even with a walkthrough (which I am ashamed of). I am now 14 years old, and I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of Twilight Princess and Wii...