There's really not all that huge of a difference between WW and WW HD. It's well done, but I think it looks mainly because the visual style of WW aged much better than TP and served itself easier to being uprezzed. Whether or not it's worth it is entirely up to the customer. Personally, I think the HD version is a good step up. Worth $60, I don't know, but I don't know if $50 was right for WW HD either, but it is what it is. As Killer said, you are underestimating a good deal how much work is put into game development. Just looking at that tech demo, you can tell that Link's model is different, and that the whole thing is way more refined looking than TP ever was. You can't just snap your fingers and overhaul a game's engine like that. You have to make new models for every character, you have to redo entire levels, etc. A lot of work. Even the 3DS Zelda remasters (which borderlines on remakes) didn't have that much work, they still took the base models of the game and improved on them. I won't dispute that more could be doe, but it's wholly unrealistic to expect what you apparently did. And yeah, I wouldn't call any of those games realistic. Like I said, I get that you're just using it that word to mean not overly cartoony, but...I don't know, it's just not the right term to me. I mean, look at those pictures I posted from TP above, there's nothing realistic at all about how those characters look or the environments they inhabit. Maybe 'less stylized' would be better, but even then, those games still seem really stylized to me.