- Apr 3, 2014
Exactly. Plus in this context it would make more sense for him not to be. I suspect however that there is more to this Ganon then meets the eye, something that we haven't heard before, or haven't thought of before.Essentially you're just saying what I always argue that Ganondorf is not the only incarnation of Demise.
True, but this thing might not even be Ganondorf. It might be Demise (or his hatred) taking on the form of Ganon. That alone would make it primal, since it's essentially the raw embodiment of a demon king's hatred.Actually, it means that it's less evolved... more animalistic, essentially... basically just referring to wild, beast-like form that Ganon appears to have been in since his return, compared to the more humanoid, intelligent forms he has taken in other games.