Legend of Zelda Director Apologizes for the Water Temple

Eiji Aonuma, director of the Legend of Zelda franchise and lead of a 40-piece band(formed by Nintendo Employees), was in apologetic mood in a recent interview with guardian, Eiji said,

The Water Temple in the Ocarina of Time was notorious for being very tough to conquer, I am most sorry that it was not easy for you to put on and take off the heavy boots; that all the time you had to visit the inventory.
I am, very sorry about that. I should have made it much easier to switch to the heavy boots.

The apology is about time but Zelda: Ocarina of time was a great game which introduced features such as a target lock system and context-sensitive buttons that became common elements in 3D adventure games.

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Later in the interview, Aonuma claimed the Next Zelda title might change the way players control the main character, Link
“I have an eight-year-old son myself at home, and quite recently he started playing The Phantom Hourglass for DS, because when the software first hit the market he was too young. When he started playing with the boat, I told him: ‘In the next Zelda, you are going to be able to ride on the train.’ He answered: ‘OK, Dad, first boat, and then train? Surely next time, Link is going to fly in the sky…'” Aonuma said, “I just don’t know. If many people make many speculations…some of them might be correct. Right now, I have to refrain from commenting on anything.
There you go he leaves it up in the air, giving you Zelda fans another fantastic puzzle to solve, go ahead shout out your ideas in the comments.