Personally, I think it should be a game where Ganondorf like flies around and you'll randomly see him and need to hide or like try and distract him from a village or something. It would give the feel that he's not just sitting on a throne, and I feel it would work best with this version. I can't imagine OOTs hovering around being god. Well, I can, but not how I described And WWs...he IS just sitting on a throne or whatever the entire game. So, with this, the point is, he should be DOING something.
He kind of looks more like the manipulative palpatine type character. Actually thinking about it that could be awesome having a Ganon who doesn't take hyrule by force but by getting the throne in a semi legal way if that's the best way to say that.
Not just the Great Sea, love. The entire ocean. The entire wo'ld. Wherever we want to go, we'll go. That's what a ship is, you know. It's not just a keel and a hull and a deck and sails, that's what a ship needs but what a ship is... what the King of Red Lions really is... is freedom.
I can probably get behind evil wizard/vampire Ganondorf if used well enough. I wonder what made them decide on using the classic pig monster instead? Actually I think the only thing that could be dropped to make this workable would be the overly large collar. It is just a little too extravagant for a villain these days. But as far as evil wizards that also moonlight as dark overlords go I can actually see this working out compared to the rest of the character design that came along in the Oracles. Just about everyone in those games were an interesting mix of anime and over exaggerated cartoon style.
Don't forget that we did get a boxing kangaroo in these exact same games and people accepted that well enough.
Somehow vampire Ganondorf does not seem so out of place at all knowing this guy is roaming around Labrynna and Holodrum.