He assured me he'd be back in a "jiffy" and turned to head back into the garage.
As I watched him hobble away, I couldn't help but notice what he was selling on his table. peculiar paintings; various artworks that looked like ink blots that a psychiatrist might show you.
All I can tell you is that if it wasn't in the middle of the afternoon and there were other people within shouting distance, I would not have even thought of approaching this man.
As I came to the last one, for some reason it looked almost like Majora's Mask - the same heart-shaped body with little spikes protruding outward. After staring at the Majora-shaped blot, I looked up and the old man was suddenly there again, arms-length in front of me, smiling at me.However the only thing that was a little unnerving was that at times the NPCs would call me "Link" and at other times they would call me "BEN".I figured it was just a bug - a fluke in the programming causing our files to get mixed up or something.There was something weird about how the man phrased that, but I didn't really pay any attention to then, I was too caught up in not only finding this game but getting it for free.I reminded myself to be a bit skeptical since this looked like a pretty shady cartridge and there's no guarantee it would work, but then the optimist inside me interjected that maybe it was some kind of beta version or pirated version of the game and that was all I needed to be back on cloud nine.