I don't have FS Anniversary Edition. However, how do you gauge objectivity for video game difficulty? Aren't my experiences with the game, y'know, hard or easy? Laughing atm.That's not a factor for how challenging the game is. Play FS single player and you'll see how damn easy the thing is. Do you not have it on your 3DS? If your partners suck that doesn't make the game harder, it just makes that particular play through harder. At least attempt to apply some objectivity or don't judge how hard a game is based on how good your friends are at playing it.
How about you do not assume things iwth this context. It is fully possible for someone to find Zelda II easier than TWW, for example. Are you going to tell them that they're wrong? Or that they suck at TWW? If so, you are 100% a kiddo, applying your own experience to every human being you might encounter.How about you provide more information instead of making broad statements like "I think TWW is easier then FS" and then getting mad because I told you you probably just suck at the game.
You're judging the experience based on the single player portion of the game. I've played FSAdventures and FS Anniversary single player and yes, those are probably the easiest experience ever regarding Zelda (I played FS Anniversary Edition at the airport for a good 5 minutes, this boy had it and I just fansquealed for it). However, what does the multiplayer portion entail? Hmm...let's see. You need teamwork. You need unity while still breaking off into one man armies. And things only get more hectic if you add a third or fourth player. The fact that I HAVE to rely on my teammates' skill makes FS - in my opinion - harder than TWW. Don't tell me that I'm judging the game incorrectly.Maybe because it's just hilariously easy.
I can see where you're coming from but what if you were all equally as good at the game? Then it wouldn't be any harder than single player. In fact it gets easier with more people if you are all good (I've played multi before).