Though I kinda wish this game would have voice acting, but have Link remain mute, just like Nintendo did with Samus Aran for Metroid Prime 3. Anyways, it's still a great game with and a way to celebrate the franchise's 25th anniversary.
I kinda wish this game would have gotten the Wii Motion Plus treatment like Skyward Sword did, and also have orchestrated music. The music is still good, though, especially with pieces like "The Hidden Village", "Midna's Lament", and "Hyrule Field". But overall, it's still a good game and solid launch title for the Wii. And Midna is the best side character for a Zelda game since Tingle and Skull Kid from Majora's Mask.
It's wishful thinking, but I like to see this game get a full HD update, like The Wind Waker did.
Seriously underrated. It's perhaps the most haunting Zelda game released. It even has some of my favorite soundtrack in the series: "Deku Palace", "Ikana Canyon", and "Clock Town Final Hours". If you haven't played this game, whether you're a Zelda fan or a video gamer, then do so. You'll won't regret it.
I do hope that this game will get remade for the 3DS.
I actually didn't mind the art change. Besides, it's the gameplay, presentation, and music are what really matters. And taking pictures of every people and creatures, and having figures of them does add a bit of replay value to it.
The flute gameplay part felt too gimmicky, as you have to blow gently into the DS's mic. It can be unresponsive at times that you have to redo the notes over again until you get it right. But aside from that, it's still a solid game. It's nice to see Zelda being a sidekick for a change.
It's not a bad game by any means, but it just lacks the exploration and depth that the series is known for. Plus, it's too linear and repetitive, even by Zelda standards. And the music is pretty forgettable, too.