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par Majora MIM le 06/01/2012

Faites le bug "Bloquer la caméra" et entrez dans la salle d'Excalibur lorsque Tétra vous suit. Vous verrez alors le roi d'Hyrule sans que la cinématique ne se lance.

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Ecrit par Ryan le 04/12/2015 à 07h21
out, but alas I must wait. I have a ton of stuff to show you guys, starting with an uptdae in my quest to collect all of the Zelda games complete in box. Check back for that as well as the Christmas round-up, and year end retrospective.

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