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I prefer...

Twilight Princess 62 63.27%
 
Skyward Sword 36 36.73%
 
Total:98

The Wii was home to two flagship Zelda titles; which do you think was the better one, and why?



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Skyward Sword looks way nicer, has better controls (WAY better if we're comparing strictly the Wii version of TP), has better dungeons, better characters, better story, better soundtrack, and better bosses.

I think you know my answer here.



Twilight Princess is actually my favorite Zelda game!



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Skyward Sword. Aside from the overworld being weaker, I think Skyward Sword is better in pretty much every area. Visuals, controls, dungeons, bosses, and so on.



Twilight Princess. Just an excellent 3D Zelda game. Cool characters, cool story, nice feel to the combat, excellent world-building, nice character models. While I liked Ocarina and Majora's Mask more, Twilight Princess was the culmination of the 3D Zelda line.



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Skyward Sword, the motion + use made combat amazing.



Twilight Princess. On Gamecube.

Seriously though, I liked both pretty much equally. TP had amazing atmosphere, a better overworld map, great controls (I played the Gamecube version), but Skyward sword has it beat when it comes to story, dungeon design, and characters.

Both use the tired musical instrument gimmick though, which got old fast after Majora’s Mask.

Last edited by Hynad - on 01 March 2020


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Hynad said:

Both use the tired musical instrument gimmick though, which got old fast after Majora’s Mask.

Does it even count for these two games?  We're not exactly talking about a core gameplay element like the Ocarina or Wind Waker.



NightlyPoe said:
Hynad said:

Both use the tired musical instrument gimmick though, which got old fast after Majora’s Mask.

Does it even count for these two games?  We're not exactly talking about a core gameplay element like the Ocarina or Wind Waker.

I honestly had to look up what instruments he was referring to in Twilight Princess.