Noble Wrot wrote:I do not think that Demise came out of nowhere. Ghirahim mentions throughout the game, from one of the first times you meet him, that he needs the Spirit Maiden to revive his master. You fight the Imprisoned for the first time around a third of the way through the game, and you learn that this is an evil you must stop. You know he is coming.
In Twilight Princess, on the other hand, you are not even told about Ganondorf as a threat until halfway through the game, and you do not even meet him face to face until the very end. It is all about Zant before that point, and I really wish he was the only villain. He is an awesome bad guy until you get to see his back story. Then he turns out to be a crybaby pushover.
ehead wrote:^ Yeah. Even though you've basically fought him several times through the form of The Imprisoned, the final battle just fell flat. Also, after knowing that Ghirahim was just a tool, meh. Ghirahim felt like a better character than Demise. However, IMO, the visuals during the final battle was god-tier, from the setting to the weather dynamics, animation, etc..
Valay wrote:Man, I love the Ballad of the Goddess song so much. Still blows my mind that it's Zelda's Lullaby in reverse.
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