Meanwhile, just a random thought, does anyone else wanna see another top-down perspective Zelda game again?
You can bet that, with the notion of how well Phantom Hourglass did, that a sequel/follow-up will probably come soon enough. Top down Zelda will always have a home, at least on portables like the DS, if nothing else.
What I wish for, is for another side-scroller, a la "Adventure of Link". Still remains my fave Zelda to this day, too bad it's such a black sheep. Could I at least get a remake of the game on the DS? Let those dudes at Capcom give another try at a Zelda, eh?
Any way, what could I want?
What I probably would desire, above all else, is maybe something that would be a bit more in the way of "off-beat". I mean, looking back, I can say easily that my fave games in the Zelda series (Zelda 2, Link's Awakening, Majora's Mask) all have one thing in common: they're rather off-beat games in the saga. So much so, they don't really do anything to often involve Zelda, Ganon(dorf), or the Triforce to that much of a degree; hell, in LA and MM's case, they don't even take place in Hyrule!
This is the thing I think that they really consider for a future Zelda game. The whole subplot revolving around Ganon, Zelda and the Triforces has been done to death by now, with not much in the way of change from that dynamic since OoT (or LttP, if you construe it that way). If they lack the storytelling ability to deliver something in that era yet, then by ALL MEANS...give us something different to wrap our heads around. A new story and a new setting, could be enough of an excuse to try a number of different things with the series. I'd even accept the proposed "Ganon's POV" angle, provided it isn't a clever ruse for Nintendo to cop Soma Cruz's style, and "humanize" Ganon even more than he's been in recent years.