Okie - so after seeing it in the top 10 best games ever in a number of recent polls, I've finally started playing the Ocarina of Time. And I LOVE it. Now that I know it's an N64 remake, I'm not so bothered by the horrible textures, and can actually enjoy the gameplay. I also absolutely love the Wind Waker - it's the sort of game I pick up and play obsessively for a bit, then put down when a new shiny comes along - yet actually come back to. I've done almost all the side-quests and have 15 hearts and an almost complete Nintendo Gallery, but haven't actually finished the main quest yet . So clearly I need to invest in more Zelda games. But I didn't think much of the Minish Cap. It was OKAY - only okay, and I haven't finished it due to physical incompetence. i.e. there are parts of it that I can't do because they involve too much button-mashing. Also, it seems much more like a platformer than an adventure game - the puzzle-solving element is almost non-existent, and there were too many parts where I HAD to consult the FAQs (and usually several of them) to figure out what I needed to do. I got Four Swords for the GameCube, and unfortunately it seems to be exactly the same style as Minish Cap - lots of action and not much brainpower. It's not too bad in multiplayer, but we only have 2 GBAs between 4 people, and my soon-to-arrive DS won't help, as it can't connect to the GameCube by cable. So what should I do? Just wait and hope for the new new Zelda game? Get Majora's Mask? (isn't that N64 only? Or did they remake it?). Buy some other game that's a similar puzzle-solving freeform wandering style? Not that I'm going to have copious free time or money for a while, but it's always nice to plan these things .