The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Under the watchful eye of Nintendo director Eiji Aonuma, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess stands to topple The Ocarina of Time as the largest Zelda game ever. Hyrule field is said to be quite a few times larger than it was in the N64 classic. Mix into this even more dungeons, new weapons, monkeys, and a darker, more expanded, and more serious plot, and it’s easy to see why this game rose high above the rest at E3 2005.
"Ocarina of Time had Hyrule. Majora's Mask has Termina. Wind Waker had the ocean. And now Twilight Princess has dual worlds, offering two different perspectives into space and time itself. With such a vast setting, who CAN wait to explore it?" – Karl Castaneda
"If the game world is half as big as Eiji Aonuma says it is, this will be one giant adventure indeed." - Jonathan Metts
"I can’t even remember what the other nominees were. Do they matter?" - Daniel Bloodworth
"The new boomerang is awesome." - Mike Sklens