Worst Reviewed Legend Of Zelda Temples On Yelp
There's always a point about halfway through a Zelda game when there isn't a clear way to go, and it seems like you could go to just about any temple next. Back in the N64 days we had to turn to annoying Fairies or strategy guides, but thankfully, today, we can turn to the same thing we use when our mom's in town and we have to find somewhere to eat with her that isn't Taco Bell— Yelp! But not every Zelda temple has great reviews. Here are some of the worst reviewed Zelda temples on Yelp.
"Way to go Forest Temple, you lost a customer! I was wandering around in this temple and just when I thought I found a small key it was actually a compass!!"
"Maybe I don't WANT to use a hookshot and high fences to get around! I leave the house SPECIFICALLY so I don't have to hookshot around on high fences! (i live in a high-fenced, hookshot-based apartment building)"
That Temple you keep going back to in Phantom Hourglass
"This place was fun the first time we went, but then the more and more I went here, over and over again, I noticed how drab and boring it was! On the plus side, I realized I was getting the same feeling here that I got from my marriage, so at least that is OVA!!!"
"i swear 2 God this place doesn't even realize how insensitive its being to non-Gorons!!! I couldn't even get in without punching ice for 2 hours!!!"
"Everyone talks about how awful this place is, and even though I've literally never been here, I assume it's the worst place in the world. Whenever I walk by there are all these doors locked up so you need a small key to get in. NOT a good first sign."
Jabu Jabu's Belly
"This is the second worst whale stomach I've ever been inside of."
"Um, excuse me? Do you really think it's okay to have a giant rotating ball of flames in the middle of the room? Um, this isn't Wendy's."
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