Drinking Games: Zelda: Ocarina of Wine

Zelda: Ocarina of Wine

Who here feels a little musical? Is it because you are still tipsy from Halloween? Buzzed from the candy? Perhaps someone spiked your witch's brew? Well go back in time before your head felt like a ten-ton brick with an intoxicating trip to Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

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We dont have to drink everytime Navi says:

"HEY!!!! LISTEN"

do we?

That might end with several people ending up in hospital...

Hero of time rules.

FFFFF I'll be smashed before I get out of the Tree x.x

Renaming to Drink! was actually pretty clever. Kinda funny how it makes the game play along.

I think that might be the first time I've seen Dan lose it... that 7 year memory loss hangover line was pretty good but not lose-your-composure goo, maybe he was ad-libbing there.

6unn3r:
We dont have to drink everytime Navi says:

"HEY!!!! LISTEN"

do we?

That might end with several people ending up in hospital...

hmmmm or the morgue rather.

... In fact I think that pretty much every one of their drinking games so far would kill us if we played more than an hour.

leviadragon99:
I think that might be the first time I've seen Dan lose it... that 7 year memory loss hangover line was pretty good but not lose-your-composure goo, maybe he was ad-libbing there.

I'm not sure if that would be the best hangover ever, or the worst hangover ever.

"Why don't you just do Minuet of the Forest?"

Kyle, it is pronounced min-u-et, not mi-nuet. However, I am going to assume that you were drunk and give you a pass.

Lylat Wars sounds so much cooler than Starfox 64 can't believe that's what they called it in America.

This show would actually be decent if the rules they created made any sense. It feels like they're just making it up as they go along, the jersey shore is more stimulating than this.

Wow, it definitely wouldn't take long to get hammered.

Bob_Dobb:
Lylat Wars sounds so much cooler than Starfox 64 can't believe that's what they called it in America.

They followed the 64 Nintendo rule. If the game had previous titles on older systems, the game would keep the name from the old system and they would tack on 64 on the end. Starfox was a SNES game, so when they made a new one for the 64, they called it Starfox 64. If they didn't put Starfox in the name of the game when they put it on the US market, not as many people would have bought it because fans of the other game wouldn't know the game was a Starfox game. I certainly wouldn't have known it was a Starfox game, until I some how got to play it.

Though the rule also applied to games that people would know what they were. Example: Mario 64, Donkey Kong 64, Mario Kart 64, Doom 64, Duke Nukem 64, Harvest Moon 64.

Most launch and a good deal of 64 games for the next three years after the console's release, had 64 at the end of the name. Just like a good deal of games on the SNES had "Super" at the beginning of their names.

That drink with the gold flakes in it? Goldschlager. Not hard to remember. Very strong stuff, so can't say I'd recommend it for multi hits.

I use it in liquid cocaine though (Goldschlager + Jagermeister + Baccardi 151)

Jas0913:
This show would actually be decent if the rules they created made any sense. It feels like they're just making it up as they go along, the jersey shore is more stimulating than this.

Yeah, this is not the smartest show on The Escapist. Still funnier than Jim Sterling though.

I have got to try this out. Might make a few of the sections a bit more interesting. That "Drink" rule, however, will put anyone flat on their ass in no time. Same with the chest rule...Damn, guys.

Keep up the good work!

Do you get some money for these?
I... I dont know but anyway, you are kind of fun.
(For the first video of yours i watch)

 

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