Well how cool is this? I'd say VERY. I'm a big fan of the Legend of Zelda games by Nintendo. My first was Link to the Past which debuted on the SNES during the mid-90's, and I've played a few since then (but never beaten them; Ocarina of Time, Four Swords, Skyward Sword and Twilight Princess, though I'm close with that last one.) The games are called Legend of Zelda even though the main character is Link, a young hero chosen by the goddesses to save Zelda and Hyrule time and time and time again. The timeline itself of the world of Hyrule is a bit confusing, but that's besides the point. I would play THIS game gleefully over and over again and I think it's exactly what the industry needs (with a few more like it). Aaron Diaz of Dresden Codak has done someething very very interested, and muchly needed, with the Clockwork Zelda idea. I hope Nintendo is paying attention! (Probably not) For a more indepth, and excellent analysis of women invideo games, check out Tropes vs Videogames on Youtube.