"I'm a Christian but I'm not perfect"
-NF, All I Have.
You just let the developers get on with the creating games, and we'll take care of the temporal verities thank you very much. You want to check your legal position you do mate. Under law the Quest for the Ultimate Timeline is quite clearly the inalienable prerogative of your working theorizers. Nintendo goes and actually releases it and we're straight out of a job aren't we? I mean what's the use of our sitting up half the night arguing that there may or may not be two Ganondorfs if Nintendo only goes and gives us their bleeding family tree the next morning?"
I got that reference.
Mark Twain once said a classic book is one everyone wants to have read, but no one wants to read, and that's how I feel about OoT; glad to have played it, in no hurry to pick it back up.
I don't play competitive [Super Smash Bros.], if I have fun with a character that makes them top tier in my head!