Nintendo Windwaker or Twilight Princess?

Greywolf

Registered Member
#1
I have come with a purpose.... I want to know out of majority, which Zelda game was better between these two :
wind waker or Twilight Princess


I'll give you my strongest opinion later on, but for now, I'd like you to post. Give me your best answers.
 

dDave

Guardian of the Light
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#2
As possibly the biggest zelda fan here I can say that I really did not like wind waker. I'll qhuote myself from another thread.
1. The graphics (It just really annoyed me that something that looked like this could pass off as a Zelda game)

2. Sailing for hours (you had to wait a long time before you could get to the point where you could warp)

3. You get rupees for everything (can't they be slightly difficult to collect please?)

4. You can collect treasure from the sea floor (honestly the grappling hook could never reach to the real ocean floor)

5. Your boat talks to you (it's just retarded)

6. The enemies look really dumb.

7. You have to fight ganons puppets

8. Ganon is about 10 times your size and can't kill you (that is so messed up)

9. Hyrule is covered in water

10. Enemies don't notice you hiding under barrels

11. The dungeons just got really stupid (I mean really stupid)

12. There were way too many side quests built into the game

13. Princess Zelda is a pirate

so really I have to go with twilight princess even if I haven't spent a lot of time playing it.
 

Merc

Certified Shitlord
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#3
Twilight Princess was one of the worst in the series. It was boring, easy, and short. Wind Waker's only point of contention with most people is the graphics. I for one thought the cell shading was just spiffy. I don't have a preferences in graphics, Wind Waker simply played better and was a lot more enjoyable.
 

Major

4 legs good 2 legs bad
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#4
Twilight Princess was the better game. It's really not even close. Wind Waker is one of my least favorite Zelda games.
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Twilight Princess was one of the worst in the series. It was boring, easy, and short.
Boring - that's your opinion, so fine.

Easy - I actually died several times in TP, compared to my zero deaths on my first play through WW. I thought the puzzles and enemies were more challenges in TP.

Short - TP is probably one the longest Zelda games. Take most of the boring sailing out of WW and it becomes one of the shortest.
 
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padd

Registered Member
#5
I gotta agree with Echoes on this 110%, because I also died a few times (especially on the final boss)in TP, I also think TP was long.. (I started the game in October and finished it in December). And I think TP is the best game of the series. (Although I only played 4 games in the series, but they were the "big titles")
 

Merc

Certified Shitlord
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#6
I died . . never. Also, you guys should be able to realize that "easy" does not equal "not dying". It also means the puzzles were simple. So simple, it's a game that should be recommended to kids with Down's syndrome as a warm up for a rousing round of "find my right thumb".
 

padd

Registered Member
#7
It also means the puzzles were simple. So simple,
I think that's the reason why it took me 2 months t beat. I'm not a hardcore Zelda fan, so.. the sky temple and the dessert temple, were very puzzling for me.
 

dDave

Guardian of the Light
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#8
I died . . never. Also, you guys should be able to realize that "easy" does not equal "not dying". It also means the puzzles were simple. So simple, it's a game that should be recommended to kids with Down's syndrome as a warm up for a rousing round of "find my right thumb".
You do realize that windwaker was by far the easiest Zelda game that i have ever played, the entire game was all around easy puzzles, fighting enemies and all.

Twilight princess was a shorter game because of all the worthless sailing that you had to do to get everywhere, that was like the majority of the game.

I love side quests a lot I just think that they did a horrible job making them in wind waker. Ocarina of time had great side quests because you got useful items for finishing them such as biggorons sword or a bigger quiver or something. Wind wakers side quests were just dumb because you got rupees for them every time, it was so annoying because you didn't need more rupees by the time that you could actually do the side quests.
 

Merc

Certified Shitlord
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#9
You do realize that windwaker was by far the easiest Zelda game that i have ever played, the entire game was all around easy puzzles, fighting enemies and all.
Oh! Well, since it's you, I'll just retract my silly little statement.

:rolleyes:

:lol:
 

Major

4 legs good 2 legs bad
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#10
My biggest complaint about Twilight Princess is that there weren't very many side missions or mini-games. That's one of the things I love about Majora's Mask. It might not have a lot of dungeons, but there's still so much to do.