(Asker) I think it would be a good idea if done correctly. Something along the lines of another person controlling a character with similar equipment to Link, and be able to perform teamwork moves together such as combos on tough/numerous enemies. There could be a single player storyline and a separate one for 2 players with harder/more complex puzzles and tougher/more enemies. What do you think? --Jesus Kravitz 17:12, May 18, 2012 (UTC)
You should play the Four Swords games, they both allow you to have up to four players at a time. The original Four Swords game has only three levels, unless you download the DS version, then there are bonus levels. Four Swords Adventure has eight/nine levels plus a VS mode. Timelinesplitter 17:19, May 18, 2012 (UTC)
I`ve played Four Swords Adventures and I liked the concept of Link having some help. What I meant by the question, though was a 3-D console game. Kind of like the Splinter Cell co-op levels, Final Fantasy-esque combo moves with more realism(Link is human, after all), with Zelda puzzle solving thrown in. All of this could then culminate in a final battle against a Ganonforf/Vaati tag team or something. --Jesus Kravitz 17:28, May 18, 2012 (UTC)
^ That is an interesting concept, but if it was to be another co-op game it would likely be another Four Swords game. A 3D Four Swords Game would be interesting though, it'd probably have to be Split-screen or an MMO...Please God, no MMO Zelda games, they already ruined the Elder Scrolls... Timelinesplitter 18:15, May 18, 2012 (UTC)
^ And now a modified quote from Zelda: Wand of Gamelon "You dare bring MMO to my Zelda question? You must die!" Thanks for the input, Timelinesplitter. --Jesus Kravitz 18:37, May 18, 2012 (UTC)
^ I'm going to admit, I've never played a CD-i game in my life. haha. You're welcome though Kravitz! Timelinesplitter 04:42, May 19, 2012 (UTC)
Two words:Spirit Tracks.