Considering our celebration of simulation games this month, we figured playing “Would You Rather” with an emphasis on the Sims franchise was appropriate. With everything you can do in the Sims games, there are plenty of ideas and what if scenarios for it. Starting off simple, Rachel, would you rather play the Sims by recreating yourself or creating brand new characters?
I would rather create myself. I like to give myself the life I believe I deserve which is an insta-writer and I can be a hermit. Kris, would you rather play the 100 Baby Challenge or challenge yourself to create every kind of ghost in The Sims?
I would go with the 100 Baby Challenge. Unlike most Sim players, I don’t particularly relish in the idea of killing everyone off on purpose, haha! That does sound interesting, though, to be honest. Rachel, would you rather play the Sims 3 with all of the expansion packs or just the base game of the Sims 4?
Um… I love the expansion packs, but there’s still a lot to do in The Sims within the base game. I think I would rather stick to The Sims 4 over The Sims 3. Similarly, would you rather only play The Sims 2 for the rest of your life or The Sims 4?
That’s actually a tough one. I enjoy the more controlled aspects of the Sims 2, but the Sims 4 definitely has more options when it comes to your sims. I think I would choose the Sims 4 as well, with its additional mechanics. Would you rather always have to find a creative way to kill your sims as soon as they become elders or would you rather be forced to finish playing only as them until they die naturally?
I’d rather play with my elderly sims until they die from old age… or they accidentally electrocute themselves. I’d rather squeeze as much gameplay from each of my sims as possible. Finally, if you were to get sucked in a Sims game would you rather be aware of it and be controlled by the player – whoever that may be – or would you rather be unaware that you’re living as a sim being able to make some of your own decisions but still being controlled by someone else for the most part?
Oh, God, that sounds like some sort of horror movie. I would probably rather be unaware and blissfully believe that I’m in control of my own life. It sounds rather much like today’s world, anyway, with my job and such, haha!
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Our next Would You Rather post has to do with the little holiday that happens at the end of this month but likes to invade everything earlier and earlier each year… Kind of like Christmas, actually. Anyway, we’re going to try to put a video game twist on these Halloween questions. For example, Rachel, would you rather explore Luigi’s Mansion on your own or help Link navigate the Shadow Temple in Ocarina of Time?
I would rather explore Luigi’s Mansion on my own. It’d be creepy, but it’s really not that big of a place. And yes, while there are ghosts, there are no redeads, so… that makes it 10-times better already. Kris, would you rather get stuck in some horror game and have to beat it to get out or try to make it through the house in Hello, Neighbor?
So, my choice is either Hello, Neighbor or some other random horror game? I’ll take my chances on another random horror game. At least the majority of those have weapons and such for me to defend myself instead of a creepy guy with a secret in his basement. Rachel, which Pokemon treat would you rather have your trick-or-treat bag filled with: various poffins or malasada and curry?
Probably various poffins. I feel like those are sweeter than malasada, which isn’t my usual. However, I think I’d be more inclined to like how those taste more so than malasada. Of course, they all come in different flavors. Would you rather have Halloween night be infiltrated by ghost Pokemon or by the ghosts from Luigi’s Mansion?
My first instinct is to say Pokemon, but some of the ghost-type Pokemon are actually pretty creepy. Have you ever dived deep into the Pokedex entries on some of those? The Boos and other ghosts from Luigi’s mansion may be tamer… You know what, though, in the spirit of Halloween, I’ll stick with the Pokemon. From Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask, would you rather have to work with the witches Koume and Kotake or with Dampe the Gravekeeper?
Dampe the Gravekeeper. I don’t know why, but the witches seem to actually know what they’re doing while Dampe seems to derp around. Also, I might as well stick with my ghosts. Last question, would you rather play Hello Neighbor in VR or some sort of zombie game in VR?
Again with the Hello, Neighbor? I’m going to go with the zombie game, haha! The undead can be scary, yes, but I presume I’ll have some chainsaws or something to deal with them in VR. The neighbor is just too creepy for me.
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It’s been quite a while since we’ve done a “Would You Rather” post here, and this time we’re focusing on one of our favorite series, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. Our streams of the first game have been on a small hiatus, so this is us letting you know we haven’t forgotten about it, haha! Starting right off the bat, Rachel, would you rather be a character in the games from the original trilogy when Phoenix was the defense attorney or arrive during the Apollo Justice trilogy when Phoenix was… well, in the process of picking himself back up?
I would want to be a character from the original trilogy. Miles, Gumshoe, Maya, Pearl, and other characters are there consistently while some of them aren’t really there in the later games. Kris, would you rather be the judge or the prosecutor against Phoenix?
I’d rather be the prosecutor. I would hope I’d be the type to, you know, want the truth to come out rather than always want a guilty verdict. Would you rather be able to somehow communicate with spirits or have a handy little gadget, like a magatama or Athena’s mood matrix?
Hm… Medium, magatama, or mood matrix. Lots of Ms there. I think I’d rather be a spirit medium. Despite my fear of ghosts, it would be awesome to communicate with the dead and talk to old friends again. Would you rather be Phoenix’s assistant or Gumshoe’s assistant?
My first instinct was totally Gumshoe’s assistant, haha! Phoenix is awesome, but Gumshoe is a giant teddy bear who works with Missile the dog and the prosecutors enough. Yeah, I think I’d go and hang out with Gumshoe. Would you rather help out Phoenix during the witch trials in the Professor Layton crossover game or help and stay with Apollo in Khura’in after Spirits of Justice?
Wow, both of those are kind of creepy. Witches for one and the other is about dead people and monsters. I think I’d have to go with the Witch Trials though. Layton is there and I’d love to get to know him as well. If I’m with Phoenix at that point then I must know Apollo already. Final question, would you rather always get a guilty verdict or cheat to win the trial? Like, forging evidence or withholding it or something along those lines.
Hmm… Well, granted, I probably wouldn’t be in business for too long if I always get a guilty verdict, to be honest, but I would not want to cheat to win a trial. I suppose I’ll go with the guilty verdict and hope that the prosecutor just always knows what they’re doing. Maybe I’ve just always been picking the wrong clients!
Maybe you put your faith in the wrong people, that’s true! Anyway, this was fun. I love a good round of Would You Rather, especially with a series such as Ace Attorney. We’ll have to do another round soon.
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It’s time for another rousing edition of “Would You Rather!” This time around, our questions are focusing on one of our favorite eras of Nintendo gaming, the GameCube. To kick things off, Rachel, would you rather have a GameCube with a memory card that only has room for your top three GameCube games or a memory card that has ten random games?
Right off the bat we’re starting off with a fairly difficult question… I think I would rather have ten random games. I honestly played a ton of Gamecube games and while I do have a top three list of my favorites, I enjoyed the console as a whole and wouldn’t mind playing a nice variety of them. Kris, would you rather have the Gamecube be the last console Nintendo ever made or have them never had made the Gamecube in the first place?
Oh, shit. What an unfair question! I think… I would rather the GameCube not exist. I love the GameCube’s library, but I think I would definitely miss games from the later consoles more. Alright, if you could only have one of the following two series that started on the GameCube, which would it be — Animal Crossing or Luigi’s Mansion?
Hm… that’s a tough one. I think I would have to go with Animal Crossing. I like story-based games but there’s more to do in Animal Crossing. I mean, the game would last longer for me. Kris, out of all the multiplayer games we have for the Gamecube and have played together, would you rather have only multiplayer games (Four Swords Adventures, Mario Party, etc.) and no single player (Twilight Princess, Starfox Adventures, etc.) or vice versa?
Considering the fun we’ve had with multiplayer games on the GameCube, I would choose those. The single player games were great but the ones I really cared about — such as the Legend of Zelda titles — do get ported later, so I’ll cut my losses with those, haha! Rachel, would you rather have to play future Nintendo games using the GameCube controllers or have the GameCube controllers not exist (such as still using N64 controllers or the Wii controllers for the GameCube console)?
Ah, that’s an easy one. I would prefer to use the Gamecube controllers for everything. I have baby hands so, aside from the Joy-Con, the Gamecube controllers seem the most “fitting” for me. The Wii controllers weren’t too bad, but definitely were an interesting shape. Last question Kris, would you rather do without the memory cards and have the games save right onto the disc or console or have to use those memory cards and keep buying more for all the Nintendo consoles?
Hmm, I don’t mind the memory cards. Sure, they’re kind of annoying to keep track of, but they do save space, both physically and digitally when it comes to save files for games. That was a fun “Would You Rather,” and I like that we had more technical questions rather than focusing on just the games, haha!
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We’re having a blast playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and we thought it was time for another round of “Would You Rather?” this time based on the popular Nintendo Switch game. Might as well dive right in. Rachel, would you rather always have to play heavy characters with a strong punch or quick, lighter-hitting characters?
Honestly, I think I might prefer the heavy characters. I’ve actually gotten pretty good at them even though I adore my Zelda and Young Link. Kris, would you rather every mode be only single player or every mode be only multiplayer?
Oh, that’s kind of a tough one. Considering the nature of Smash Bros., I’d go with every mode be multiplayer. While I tend to prefer single player games, Smash Bros. is made in mind with playing with others. What kind of adventure mode would you rather have, one with platform-like levels such as the Subspace from Brawl or a series of challenging battles like World of Light on Ultimate?
Hmm… I think I would prefer the way World of Light is. I enjoy the various battles even though I loved Subspace, but having the multiple battles is Smash to me. Would you rather only have the Adventure mode in Smash Ultimate (you know, have it be more of a story-based game) or get rid of the Adventure mode all together and have it be a sole fighting game.
World of Light definitely reminds me of the Event mode from Melee with the battles, haha! On that note, I think I would rather have the game be a fighting game rather than be a story-based game. I prefer story-driven games to fighting games, but I can’t imagine Smash Bros. being a story-driven series. Would you rather the game’s fighters be filled with Miis pretending to be Nintendo’s best characters or have the game’s roster be overwhelmingly filled with characters from one single franchise, such as more Fire Emblem or Legend of Zelda characters?
Considering that the point of Smash is to have many characters from multiple series, I think I’d rather see the Miis. I think they’d be cute too. Would you rather be locked into playing as one single character every time you play or forced to choose a different character each time you play?
Ugh, you know I have my favorites… I think I’d rather be forced to choose a different character each time I play. I didn’t mind it during the Smackdown mode and, with the limited number of characters despite how large the roster is, I’d eventually get to play as my favorites every once in a while. What answers would all of you have to these questions?
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Hello everyone! With the second release of the NES Classic at the end of June — along with the fact that it outsold the Playstation 4 and Xbox One with its resurgence — we decided that mini Nintendo consoles would be the topic of our latest round of “Would You Rather?” With us for this go-round is our good friend Jett from In Third Person.
Thanks for joining us, Jett! To welcome you, I’ll start off with asking if you would rather have a mini console, doesn’t matter which one, that has every game from its library on it or if you would rather be able to choose your top ten games from the library for a customizable mini console.
Thank you Kris & Rachel for having me! I’m an avid reader of your site and I also love this modern wave of mini consoles, so this is great all-around! Between those two choices, I would have to go with the mini console that has every game from its library. Yes, it would be full of crappy games that I would never play. Yes, it would be a pain to navigate from game-to-game if the console didn’t allow for segmenting the list by favorites. But it would also have all of the games I would want, plus a few rare titles that I would never have access to if I tried to track them down in the aftermarket. I would grin and bear the poor user experience for a mini console with my favourite games, all of the rarities, and filler that I might play for a laugh.
Question for you, Rachel. Would you rather have the existing SNES Classic that has 21 games, or a Sega Genesis equivalent with 30 of the best games in that library? If not, what number of Genesis games would tip the scale?
Ah, that’s an easy one. We’ve never had the Sega Genesis before so I don’t really know what I’m missing and have no attachment to those games. With that said, I’d rather just have the SNES Classic. It’s familiar and honestly, a lot of those games are pretty new to me since I wasn’t even born yet when the SNES was first released in 1991.
Kris, if Nintendo were allowed to make only one more mini console, would you rather have a Nintendo 64 Classic or Gamecube Classic?
That’s a tough one. Those two were great consoles with fantastic games. I think I would go with the Nintendo 64 Classic. While we do have all of our old consoles and games, it’s easier to set up and keep playing our GameCube rather than our older Nintendo 64. Best to keep a bit of history with the Nintendo 64 Classic.
Speaking of older games, Jett, would you prefer to have Nintendo’s Virtual Console back or a mini version of any — Nintendo or otherwise — console?
One of the biggest benefits to the current mini console formatting is that it’s a great value proposition. We get dozens of games for a fraction of the cost of buying them separately. Where they falter is in their game selection. None of these consoles at this point are built with expandability in mind, which ultimately limits their value. Even if it costs more in the end, I would prefer a Virtual Console style infrastructure that would allow players to expand and customize their game library well beyond what’s possible within the current mini console price range.
Rachel, let’s revisit the idea of the Nintendo 64 Classic. The N64 controller is often criticized for its unusual form factor, as well as its flimsy analog stick that quickly grinds into dust, making them less precise over time. If/when Nintendo releases the Nintendo 64 Classic, would you rather it come with the original controller with all of its faults? Or a modified one that addresses the issues relating to form factor and/or durability?
I think I’d want the classic N64 controller. That controller was always hard for me because I have small hands and, let’s be real, how do you hold it? But if they came out with a mini console, the controller would be mini. Plus, I believe it would be better made because there’s a lot more technology and knowledge now. I assume – I would hope – Nintendo would fix those issues with the mini controller.
Kris, if Nintendo had the ability to add updates to the NES and SNES classic consoles, would you rather have them update them with better experiences such as more games, customization for the home screen, and more always working to make them better (and never work on another mini console) – or would you rather leave them alone once they’re out and work on the next mini console?
I think I would want them to update the NES and SNES classics. Those games are the hardest to come by, unless you were able to completely preserve your original console and games, and I imagine that a Virtual Console-like aspect will come with the online subscription service. I’m hoping that more popular games from the N64 and GameCube era will be available with that.
Jett, would you rather enjoy the classic consoles as they are, in all their old-school glory, or be able to equip the classic consoles with online capabilities so you can play with Internet friends rather than just local co-op?
With the consoles already seeing adjustments for modern times, such as the units being mini, the controller ports not being the same, and with HDMI out instead of RF or AV, the mini consoles already stray from their original forms quite a bit. On top of that, we got NES controllers that were authentic in cable length, and those are awful to use in modern times. As such, I’m all for adding online play to those classic games if possible. It’ll greatly extend the lifespan of the console and its games to be able to play with friends at any time, even if the magic of playing together in the same room is lost. Even then, just invite them over!
Rachel, if Nintendo were to release a Game Boy Classic, would you want it to look and function like the original Game Boy in its iconic gray casing and green screen? Or would you want it to look and function like the newer Game Boy Color with its slimmer form-factor and colored screen?
I’d love to have the Game Boy. I only have the Game Boy Color and I do love it and still try to use it sometimes. However, I’d love to see what the Game Boy would have been like. Though maybe they could just keep it the same size rather than making a mini version… it’s kind of already on the small side.Kris, speaking of the handhelds, they’re already pretty small with Nintendo creating XL versions. Would you rather have Nintendo create classics of the handhelds such as the Gameboy Advance, SP, and DS, or have them keep coming out with new handhelds, despite the Switch?
I think I would rather Nintendo come out with new handhelds. I use the Switch docked most of the time, and I believe the games for the Advance, SP, and DS aged better than the older consoles. Most of them you can still use with backwards compatibility and many of the favorites are available on the eShop as well. This was a great round of “Would You Rather?” and it brought up some great ideas for the development of the mini consoles. Nintendo, take note! We’re going to wrap it up here, and we want to give another shout out and thank you to Jett for joining us on this post!
Thank you for having me! It’s been a pleasure chatting about mini consoles. Fingers crossed that the rumored Nintendo 64 Classic is true and coming soon!
It was a pleasure having you here, Jett. I hope to see a Nintendo 64 Classic in the future as well. Thanks for joining us!
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We’ve done a couple of “Would You Rather” posts in the past, and we thought it’s time for another. This round will be all about Mario, considering we’re big Nintendo fangirls and we realized we haven’t quite celebrated Nintendo’s best-known mascot just yet. So, Rachel, would you rather play a game that has Bowser as Mario’s ally or the antagonist?
I think I’d rather have Bowser as the antagonist. That’s what he’s well known for and he’s usually funny as the bad guy. Of course, I do feel bad for him and would love to see him as an ally again like in Super Mario RPG. Kris, would you rather only be able to play Mario Party 10 or Mario Party Top 100?
Really? I would have thought you’d pick him as an ally. Why start me off with such a hard question? If there’s no option for “neither,” then I suppose I would pick the Top 100. At the very least, I can play the mini games. Would you rather have tea time with Princess Peach or Princess Daisy?”
I’m surprised you didn’t pick 10. The mini-games is a good point though. We don’t know each other that well with Mario, huh? I think I would prefer to have coffee with Peach. Daisy is kind of annoying sometimes. Would you rather have a Goomba friend or a Bomb-omb friend?
Apparently not, haha! I think I’d like a Bomb-omb friend as long as, you know, they can regenerate after exploding like the ones that were partners in the Paper Mario series. Goombas can be cute, though! Would you rather live in a haunted mansion with Luigi or live in the Comet Observatory with Rosalina?
Despite my fear of the dark and ghosts, I’d have to pick the haunted mansion with Luigi. In Dark Moon the ghosts are friendly anyway, so it should be okay. Would you rather live in the Paper Mario world or the Yoshi’s Island world?
Paper Mario world, I believe. The world seems so lively when Bowser isn’t stealing the castles and whatnot. I’d love to see Shooting Star Summit from the original Paper Mario world! One last question to wrap this up. Would you rather only play the Mario Party series or the Mario Kart series as your source of Mario games?
Hm… That’s a real tough one. I think I’d have to go with the Mario Party series. Each game is different and I think I’d get tired trying to beat my own high school in Mario Kart.
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It’s been a little while since Kris and I have done a Would You Rather game so we decided to play another one. This time we’re going to focus on the Nintendo Switch!
Kris, would you rather play only games developed by Nintendo or only indie games on the console?
Sure, start off with a hard one! I’m going to say indie games. We’ve played so many fantastic indie games on the console so far, and the main Nintendo games that I really love on the console — Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe — have been ports or are also available on other consoles. Would you rather play the Switch only in handheld mode or only docked to the television?
Hm, touche. I didn’t think about that. I’d rather play it docked on the TV. I love handhelds, but I enjoy the 3DS XL size. The Switch screen is too big for me to toss into my bag and go without worrying it’ll scratch or break. Plus, the bigger the screen, the better.
Would you rather buy every single physical game or only be allowed digital downloads with no extra SD card?
Haha, didn’t we have a similar post about this? I’d probably rather get the physical games. I find most of the cover art for games nice, even if we don’t have much room to keep them all for long. Would you rather play games with a singular Joy-Con held horizontal or always use both, with one Joy-Con in each hand?
We did, but I threw it in the single SD card to throw you off.
Hm… I think I would go with the single Joy-Con. It really depends on the game, but I’m used to having one controller in both hands instead of trying to think of two controllers in two hands.
Would you rather only have multiplayer games but have to play alone or only have single player games and have to split the Joy-Con?
Probably single player games and split the Joy-Con, or pass it back and forth. Single player games tend to have better story lines, in my opinion, and the stories and characters of the games are my favorite parts. Would you rather be able to collect all the different colors of the Joy-Con or save your money for games while keeping your original pair?
Oh, why’d you have to ask me that…? You know I love collecting things. Hm… I’d say get all the colors and then have you buy the games. That sounds good to me! Now let’s end this because I’ve run out of questions and I know you’re going to say something about my loophole!
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To help celebrate Pokemon Month here on Double Jump, we’re going to play another Pokemon round of “Would You Rather?” The beauty of the main Pokemon games is the sheer diversity of your teams and how you go about completing your adventure, so there are so many different options as to what you can do in your save files. To start off, Rachel, if you had to choose one to join in the Hoenn region, would you rather join Team Magma or Team Aqua?
Hm… Probably Team Aqua. My favorite color is blue, and I do love swimming. Honestly, I could probably join either team. Kris, would you rather make it through Victory Road and never win against the Champion, or not bother to try to get your gym badges at all?
I think I would love the challenge of getting my gym badges and going through Victory Road. Even if I never won against the Champion, going through Victory Road is a challenging feat in itself. I’d probably occasionally try again against the Champion, but he or she can reign from their throne while I continue traveling and bettering myself and my team. Would you rather be someone’s rival, always the antagonist to someone else’s story, or going through your journey with only your Pokemon team, always being mere acquaintances or a passing face to everyone you meet?
I think I’d rather be a rival. At least I’d be known and I’d still have my team. Plus, no one said I had to be a mean rival. I could be like Barry from the Sinnoh Region.
Would you rather be able to explore only one region, catch only that region’s exclusive Pokemon, and never travel anywhere else, or would you like to be able to travel anywhere but only be able to catch Pokemon exclusive to your home region?
That’s a mean question! I think I’d like to travel to the other regions, perhaps keep my original team with me as my main partners. At the very least, if my home region is Kanto, I’d have a better chance of seeing those Pokemon out and about in the rest of the world! Would you rather be a Pokemon doctor like Nurse Joy or work with your Pokemon in catching criminals like Officer Jenny?
I’m pretty sure you already know the answer to that. Work with Jenny, of course. Ever since I was little I wanted to be a detective of some sort. I would not do well being a doctor. Plus, Jenny has Growlithe. And no offense to Chansey, but I like Growlithe. Kris, out of everything there is for Pokemon, would you rather have the Pokemon Trading Card game because its main gaming source, or play all the Pokemon spin-offs games forever? (Meaning, the main journey games don’t exist.)
I’m definitely more into the games rather than the trading cards, so I would go with the spin-offs. The Pokemon Ranger games weren’t too bad, Conquest seems interesting, and the Mystery Dungeon games are unique where you get to play as the Pokemon. Speaking of being a Pokemon, if you were one, would you rather be part of a trainer’s team or live as a wild Pokemon?
That’s easy! I’d rather be with a trainer. I like the companionship.
I’m out of questions, but if you have any more for us, leave them in the comments!
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Since we’re a bit obsessed with Breath of the Wild after having played it for a little over a week now, Rachel and I found ourselves discussing what we would be doing if we were in Link’s shoes. It prompted us to do another round of “Would You Rather,” this time for Breath of the Wild. So, Rachel, would you rather live in Kakariko Village and assist Impa or live in Hateno Village and assist Purah?
As much as I love Impa, I’d have to say Hateno Village with Purah. The tech stuff seems really cool and I would love to have the beach right there. Kris, would you rather only have the paraglider assist you to get around or only horses assist you?
Aww, what a tough question! While I love the paraglider and flying around, I would have to go with horses. There may be places where I wouldn’t be able to have them accompany me, but I would love the animal companions. And who doesn’t like horsies? Alrightie, would you rather have the shrines be all combat orientated or physics and puzzle based?
Physics and puzzle based… You know me, I run from a fight. Would you rather go through the game using only tree branches as weapons (or the next weapon level up) or never be able to heal yourself (never be able to cook)?
Oh, geez… Considering how much I die, this is a tough question… You know what, I’d rather go through the game never being able to cook. I’m too interested in the multiple weapons to only go through the game with silly tree branches! Would you rather game over from battling a tough opponent or from falling off a mountain after running out of stamina?
You would never beat the game then, haha! I would rather die from an opponent. At least I’d have a little dignity from that death. Would you rather only have close-range weapons or long-range weapons? Like, only have swords and spears or only have a bow and arrows?
Augh, I love both the swords and the bows in this game! Despite how horrible my initial aiming would be (I would hope I’d get better with practice), I think I would choose bows. The different number of arrows — ice, bombs, electric — alone would be fun! The long-range and going against armored enemies would be a fun challenge as well. Last one, Rachel: would you rather have lived 100 years ago and been a Champion while trying to rid the world of Calamity Ganon or wake up 100 years later with Link as being the last hope against Calamity Ganon?
Neither… I told you earlier, I’d run away from a fight. I’d probably have to say wake up as Link. We all know Link would win in the end and I’m not keen on dying.
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