Again this mailbag, we have a number of non-Skyward Sword questions and a few only partially related to the game, so it seems like things are starting to return to normal a bit. What’s probably a relief to those who haven’t played the game yet is very few of the questions involve spoilers for the game. Anyway, 14 questions in all. You can view the video here or check out the embed after the jump. Enjoy!
Questions and timestamps:
(00:10) – What is your idea of a perfect Zelda game?
(01:49) – What is your favorite instrument in the Zelda series and why?
(02:41) – If all of the Links from the series had a face off, which one do you think would win?
(03:34) – Do you think that Zelda games have become too easy?
(04:29) – Do you think Zelda would still be great if its creators were not involved?
(05:10) – What’s your opinion on the Oracle games, and would you like to see something like them again?
(05:57) – Does Ganon turning to stone in TWW mean that he’s gone and won’t appear on the Adult Timeline again?
(06:42) – Do you think that the City in the Sky from Twilight Princess is Skyloft from Skyward Sword?
(06:49) – Do you think the Guardians in the Silent Realm have anything to do with TP’s Sages?
(07:12) – What is your favorite song in Skyward Sword?
(08:04) – Were the Goddess Cubes in Skyward Sword dissappointing to you at all?
(09:01) – Why is Link’s claim to the title hero questioned by Impa after the Earth Temple when he’s late?
(09:14) – Why do you think they didn’t add a swimming segment to the Tentalus boss battle?
(09:40) – What did you think of the story in Skyward Sword overall?
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Can you guess the quote on the paper, the sound at the beginning, or any of the music? So how about you guys? What’s your favorite instrument in the series, or song in Skyward Sword? How about your feelings on the game’s story? Which Link would win in a fight? How do you feel about the difficulty of modern Zelda games, and what’s your idea of a perfect Zelda game? Tell me in the comments!