Skyward Sword, because it does its best to invalidate any sort of development for Ganon as a character while simultaneously throwing a paper thin excuse as to why it's okay to never do anything interesting with him as a character.
Technically Ganon in FSA is just a reincarnation of Ganon.Idk, I've never played it, I just know I've heard that there's a game that makes Ganon dying in TP pointless and I can't have that.
MM had stuff like that too, you know. The Great Bay temple, which is an industrial factory, shops, Milk Bar, they were pretty advanced compared to other places in Zeldamostly the dumb ancient robots in this medieval fantasy series
b/c then it begs the question of if civilization was advanced enough to have robots in the past, why is the rest of the series still stuck in the same primitive time period? what happened to all the ruined robot tech? I have zero problems w/ MM tech or the trains b/c they happen later, especially ST. But you're telling me in this world, people figured out how to make robots and hovercrafts and stuff in the past, and weren't able to do it again for like a million years? or whatever the gap is b/w SS and BotwMM had stuff like that too, you know. The Great Bay temple, which is an industrial factory, shops, Milk Bar, they were pretty advanced compared to other places in Zelda
PH had a steamboat, which takes place after WW which didn’t have much advanced technology
I don’t understand why people think the trains or robots are bad. I honestly think it’s really cool to be honest, having ancient artifacts be so advanced, and adding to the world as a whole, and yet people gloss over stuff like Linebeck’s steamboat and lots of MM areas
my words exactly, on it's own the story of the game is good enough, but it screws with the overall continuity too much and just leaves way more questions than answersI think it is absolutely the weakest Zelda game storywise and is a terrible prequel that would work much much better as a standalone adventure.