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Why Ganondorf Was Wrong in ‘The Wind Waker’

Perhaps the most interesting thing about The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is that, as the player, it’s not your job to prevent the end the world. Rather, your goal is to ensure an apocalypse that has already occurred is not reversed. In an ironic role-reversal, it’s the villain of the game, Ganondorf, who wants to save the world by correcting a cataclysmic ecological disaster. He is not wrong to do so. Why, then, is he the villain?

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Greyfoxdbz330d ago (Edited 330d ago )

If you're a guy, don't click to the website. apparently it's a "Space for women and non binary gamers". Personally I believe that gender and sexuality has nothing to do with being a gamer but hey, I'm naturally for equality without thinking about it. unlike these feminists.

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