@getyeryayasout: Ironically, the biggest risk Nintendo is taking with Zelda is announcing DLC and the online multiplayer subscription service. The open-world, voice-acted, traditional western RPG questing type game they're producing is making a bunch of safe bets on the mass market. I'd be far more concerned if they were attempting to pull off a 2D "real puzzle" driven Zelda, y'know the kind of game where you can't pass it to a friend and let them just run around and explore.
I know what you want, a new Oracle games with more Subrosians!
Damn right, bring back Holodrum.
To be honest, that's the most important thing for me to see - not the action and combat and other crap. No, it's about the chickens and the dancing and the creepy things the fairies say and Tingle and weird fish ladies and all the other odd crap that's hiding in the world. The best Zelda games have been weird puzzle boxes like Majora's Mask and Ages / Seasons. I do hope this latest Zelda is a puzzle box pretending to be an open world.