Aninymouse Posted January 28, 2007 Report Share Posted January 28, 2007 To be honest, it's enough for me that they're all games featuring a hero named Link. When they're direct sequels, sure, I have no problem with that. However, to try and connect the storyline of the NES games to the Gamecube ones and so on just makes a mess and leaves lots of GAPING HOLES. That said, after I beat Twilight Princess I knew in my heart that there was no way all the games would ever connect in a totally logical way. If Nintendo wants to commission a manga/comic detailing the complete story, then thats one thing (since plot holes can be filled or ignored, accordingly). In fact, they'd probably make some decent money from it. Unfortunately, until they stop making Zelda games like TP and tPH, this has no chance of ever happening. TP's ending didn't even seem to segue well into WW. Granted, it wasn't supposed to be the end of Gannon up until WW because of the whole "dude, where's my hero?" thing, but even so... if you've beaten TP, then you know what I mean. It's a more "final" ending than you'd expect for a villain that's supposed to come back shortly thereafter. Personally, I think Nintendo linked WW and TP to OoT just so people would be more excited about them, not to expand on a central story. Personally, I think the stories of all three of those games were so good that it wouldn't have been a problem if they were all unrelated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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