EDIT: Okay, I've played Link's Crossbow Training now and I REALLY love it!
Of course it's a short game and there's zero story but that was obvious from the beginning. However being able to get different medals depending on your performance still keeps you busy for a while.
I've always been a big fan of all the shooting games in pretty much every single Zelda so far and this is like a brilliant addition to them. They really managed to bring some variety into the game with a lot of different kinds of challenges. You even fight a mini boss and a boss.^^
It's a very nice way to return to the world of TP for a little while.
The only thing I missed was the Wii-Zapper, I still need to get that one, but even with the Wii-Mote it's a lot of fun.
So yesterday I watched the making of 25 Years of Zelda by Ag+ and I felt like this small afterwards: /puts index finger and thumb a millimeter apart. lol
(Check it out here yourself: Making of: 25 Years of Zelda
But I've learned long ago that there's no use in obsessing about how amazing other artists are, the only thing you can do is continue doing your own thing and improve in your own pace. And I find watching pros at work very inspiring. Even with a highly sped up video like this one, I always feel like I learned something afterwards. :3
Also, about two days ago my fiancé bought me (or kinda us I guess xD) Link's Crossbow training, weeee! >w<
And bad me hasn't even tried it out yet.
But that also reminds me that I really need to take an updated pic of our Zelda collection which has been growing steadily since I uploaded the last photo. It's just always so tedious to get everything out and arrange it. OTL
And then on a completely different note, my fiancé and me are applying for a really sweet apartment (the first one just for the two of us ;w; ), so cross your fingers for us! We really really REALLY want to get it!