Calling to the Night is a beautiful song, I've always really liked it too! I'm glad it suited the picture.
Thank you very much! I'm really happy you get a strong sense of emotion from this. I was pleased that this picture came out just like I wanted it and it's great to hear that other people get the impressions from it that I wanted to get across!
Her life is pretty awful Prophetic dreams that no one but Impa believes, father is killed and she's sent into exile, kidnapped almost as soon as she reveals herself, helpless to do anything during the first fight, has to say goodbye to the one person she can talk to about her experiences, has ALL THE GUILT EVER believing she's responsible for the state Hyrule is in and what happened to Link, then having to face rebuilding a ruined kingdom after seven years of war on her own while being a sixteen-year-old girl...
Wow... yet again, this is... it's so impressive. These emotions, these colors, these details... I LOVE IT! And just look at her shoulder armor, incredible! I can't find the right words to express what I feel and think right now. Simply amazing...
'She said, holding the ocarina close to her heart. The same one he had played so many times on his quest to save her/her beloved kingdom... amd she wished that (insert here) ' x) Yes totally agreed, the way its supposed to be GREAT WORK!!!!!!!
Thank you, I'm glad you like it! Haha, I can never forget the OoT ending since I used to replay it so many times; I still find it one of the most striking and complete endings in a Zelda game because of how time comes full circle.
Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it! OoT is one of those classic games that's definitely worth playing IMO. This is the scene at the end of the game where Zelda apologizes for getting you caught up in the whole battle and sends you back in time so you can regain the years you lost on her account... leaving her alone in the future timeline.
If you have a choice between the original and the 3DS remake, I would say that the 3DS version is the better choice due to improved graphics and a couple of significant interface changes (namely, using a certain item is much less of a pain). The original has a lot of nostalgia value to us who grew up with it, but for a first time player, the remake might leave a better impression. Up to you whether you want to have the "genuine" experience though.
Haha, you're welcome. I hesitated to answer at first, but then I figured you asked for it.
Okay, sounds good. Just wanted to put the idea out there since I really liked the remake. I usually do the same thing with playing old games for the first time myself, going for the original over any remakes that have been made just so I'll have the "genuine" experience, heh.