Originally Posted by IrmoGamecoq
Update - I've logged a lot of hours on this game but that's mostly because it's the only game I have other than WiiSports. I don't feel the "pull" to play like I have with other addictive games in the past.
Zelda is definitely a well done game, but I need to admit that I don't have that "pull" to play the game either. A few weeks ago my progress came to a screeching halt when I was snagged by the sky cannon bug. The idea of having to replay long stretches of an adventure game is not appealing to me, so I stopped playing. I really expected myself to bite the bullet and replay it by now, but I haven't and I almost couldn't care less if I ever play it again. It really has that been-there-done-that aspect that made Majora's Mask feel tedious.
Since I have no desire to replay the game I've been having fun with Nintendo itself on creating responsible products. The game has a fatal game-ending bug that they need to resolve. Even though it won't hit 100% of players like that fatal Bubble Bobble Revolution DS game I believe Nintendo should recall the discs or at least one of the other numerous options they have for resolving this bug. I did manage to get Nintendo to mail me a UPS slip to return the disc back to Nintendo, I know it won't amount to anything since this is a software bug, but at least this will waste some of Nintendo's money that should have gone into QA. I probably should have put a brick in the box to make it heavier.