I'm really not sure myself, I can't think of any reason. Can't think of anything it would have broken from a programming perspective.
It's more likely that there's no real reason for the day night system outside (err, inside?) of the 3 sky areas. It's where all the civilization is and nothing else would really be affected by it on the surface. So it's just used for special events (getting the Goddess Sword, etc) and & sidequests.
As for the surface, it'd actually be pretty cool to go there at night. More monsters & Cursed Bokoblins won't be a problem as we could receive the Loftwing headlight in the later parts of the game. An optional Lantern as a pouch item would be a good idea as well, not to mention a larger variety of nocturnal insects.
Oh, and Eldin's lava at night would be beautiful. I think the only bad thing about the surface at night would be the complete lack of background music. But that's part of the night's atmosphere and constrast to day.
The more I think about this the more I realise this is a decent idea.
It's official , Those paired games that leaked on 4chan are 100% fake. One of the big things that actually pointed it out that they where fake besides the fact it came from 4chan was that the fire was written in kanji and ice was written in katakana. It would make it less obvious to be a fake was if the person that came up with those fake logos should have made both fire and ice in kanji or katakana. Then again fakes these days are getting pretty good since of programs like Adobe Photoshop for example.
I actually thought that they where real until I read that the logos originally came from 4chan. That total set it off as total fakes since that trusting something that came from 4chan is like the Black Market. They are both shady places that you would more than likely ripped-off even if they sound that they are real.
But hey , It would be more than likely we would hear true info about the Zelda 3DS game come Game Developers Conference in March. Though it might be like Super Mario 3D Land in which the announced it at GDC and didn't reveal the title till E3.
I was thinking more along the lines of Nintendo already doing this with Pokemon and bringing Zelda into the mix as 2 separate games wouldn't be a good idea. Oracle games didn't sell to well if I remember correctly.
i would love to see a few zelda games realesed in the pokemon realese format like the oracle games
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I'd love to see them do what they were originally intending with the Oracle games, there were supposed to be three games, one for each part of the Triforce and the games were built around that idea. Which was why Ages was much more puzzle-centric and Seasons had more action.
EDIT: Did some more reading, very early on they were supposed to be remakes as you said. But they encountered issues even then, which is when they because the Oracle series. The series is plagued with trouble xD
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I have still been playing Skyward Sword, I just reached Lanayru Mining Facility and I got stuck for a bit but I found the Gust Bellows. I have been trying to upgrade my equipment, I find it takes a while to collect large amounts of rupees to buy expensive items
Have people listened to the CD that comes with Skyward Sword, I would but I don't have a CD player
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Reply in bold. I know they are different experiences which is why I would not like the game split into 2. Then I would have to spend $80 most likely just to experience both games and whatever minor differences they have from the other version.I refuse the idea of having to buy 2 $40 games just to experience the adventure in each game. If Nintendo does that then I will simply not buy it
Its nintendo's property so they can do whatever, but I'm just voicing my opinion that if they did do something like that, I wouldn't buy it.