It is a tough call, because both are tremendous Wii games, but they both definatley have their pro's and con's. Twilight Princess has a huge amount of content. If you beat the game 100%, and look back you see your map is huge, and you have so many items. In Skyward Sword it had alot of areas too explore, but nothing compared to Twilight Princess! Also Twilight Princess' mini games, and side quests seemed a whole lot more fun to me. Maybe, because there was just alot more of them in Twilight Princess.The graphics were alot better in Twilight Princess as well. I think what Nintendo did alot better with Skyward Sword that they didn't do very well with Twilight Princess is make the dungeons, and bosses more exciting. In Skyward sword I loved the dungeons, and bosses. They had puzzles, the dungeons didn't take very long to defeat, and you would get a boss worth fighting when you do defeat the dungeon. In Twilight Princess I thought the dungeons were very loathesome. Twilight Princess' dungeons had so many rooms you don't know what to do with, it would sometimes take a really long time to beat, and then there's a super easy boss at the end. The bosses were way too easy in Twilight Princess! You should want to go to a dungeon, not dread going to dungeons. A perfect example is the Lakebed temple in Twilight Princess. What made Skyward Sword such a unique game is the gameplay with the wii motion plus. It was awesome getting to weild around you sword as if you were realy holding one. It's a really good connection to you, and the protagonist of the game, Link. One thing I thought was annoying with the wii motion plus is having to re-calibrate it over and over and over again whenever you felt it was off synch. There is another thing about Skyward Sword that caught my attention progressing through the game that I loved is Skyward Sword brings back memories. Like the boat at the Lanayru sand sea reminded me of Phantom Hourglass, and Windwaker. The roller coaster tracks at the Ship yard reminded me of Spirt tracks in a way. The gate of time reminded me of Ocarina of time. It brings in a whole bunch of concepts from other Zelda titles and blends it in to Skyward Sword which I thought was a realy great idea. You are getting a portion taste of some other Zelda games. I'm not going to say which one I think overall is better. I was just pointing out some things about the two games I thought should be mentioned. You guys compare the two games. Look at the pros and cons.