I think so, yes. It has a unique style, which I think is what the goal is whenever a Zelda game is created. It definitely stays true to the usual Zelda "formula" while sporting its own distinct qualities. It was a fun game, and a nice addition to the Zelda series. :)
The musique is dreadful, compared to the other Zelda games. I haven't found one single catchy, beautiful, hummable tune in there.
Link is ugly. His mouth makes him look like Michel Jackson. And he's not the only one; Zelda's ugly, too. In fact, I haven't found a single nice-looking character in there - and that includes those birds in Skyloft. They're hideous.
And I don't like any of the characters' personalities. I don't think I'd get on with any of them, in real life. Ghirahim was a bad invention. He's not scary, he's just annoying. Demise was good, though. Kind of a Ganondorf with long fiery hair. He looked a bit like Robert Plant. But I wish they'd brought back Vaati...
The storyline is shallow. I wasn't moved at all. And it wasn't well thought out, either.
And Fi! Don't get me started on Fi... She is a bazillion times plus annoying than Navi and that, as I'm sure many of toi will agree, is saying something. Fi almost always comes uninvited and almost everything she says is something we already know. And I don't like the way she has hardly any personality; it's like they couldn't be bothered to think of one, so they just made her almost incapable of emotion, so that we'd be moved, when she disappeared at the end and a dit she had been happy with Link. Well I wasn't moved. I was just glad to see the back of her.
It's like a bigger version of one of the DS games, but with different graphics. I hate the DS games, they have rubbish music, too.
Also, they made the bosses harder, and the puzzles easier. No wait... looking back at Majora's Mask and that giant fish, they made the bosses about the same. But they made the puzzles easier, anyway. They really dummed down Skyward Sword.
And there's something else that really annoys me, too: there are only three areas!! They just made toi revisit them multiple times, making the game really repetetive! I know they made the places bigger, but the new areas were just plus of the same, really. plus desert, plus forest, plus fiery mountain.
There's loads plus I could mention. The lack of side quests, for instance. But I think this answer might be getting a bit too long.
I think many of the fans of zelda just don't want to admit that the newest zelda game is a disgrace and an insult to zelda, because that would mean zelda is going downhill and none of us want that. But I'm disappointed that I'm the only one, so far, giving this kind of answer... I thought at least SOMEBODY else out there would feel this way and not be ashamed to admit it... But apparently not.
par the way, this is ImAnEasel; I made another account, in case one of them got deleted, ou something. It also allows me to answer my own questions, which is something I often want to do.
to be honest i think it just doesn't seem to fit into the story line of the legend of Zelda games, but i`m not saying that i hate it, it's just i think the game developers are getting a bit sloppy, that's all. and also i feel this way to other legend of Zelda games also, but i`m just giving my honest opinion.