Although the final boss battle in is incredible – arguably even better than 's ending – the game occasionally hints that there’s going to be a monumentally significant battle for Hyrule. However, this battle, disappointingly, does not manifest. Though this would be dissatisfying in isolation, it is made even more so by the Memories that show Ganondorf commanding an assault on Hyrule.
[Warning: The following article contains spoilers for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.]
The battle against Demon King Ganondorf and his draconified form, Demon Dragon, is outstanding, but it seems as though players were promised a different final contest, one with a heightened sense of significance for the citizens of Hyrule. With the memory sequences and a number of lines of key dialogue, players are made to expect the ultimate final showdown against Ganondorf for the safety and future of Hyrule. Ultimately, makes an effort to set up an absolutely perfect final boss battle, only to disappoint at the final hurdle by not delivering on the potentially outstanding ending hinted at throughout the duration of the game.
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Coming at the culmination of the “” quest, the final boss battle in pits Link against his notorious archenemy, Ganondorf. The battle comes in two stages, the first against Demon King Ganondorf, and the final phase against his draconified form, Demon Dragon. Being quite difficult, these two manifestations of Ganondorf are a true menace, and they can't be defeated easily. 's epic final confrontation is arguably one of the best boss battles in any game; it even overcompensates for ’s lackluster final boss battle against Calamity Ganon.
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