The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

| March 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Zelda-SS-BannerWhen the 25th anniversary for Zelda happened, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was released (And the cool thing about it, was that they actually worked the anniversary thing into the story when Owlan tells you the rules of the Wing Ceremony). It features motion control and some other awesome junk in there. And it also has Zelda singing, if you can call that having someone talk for the first time in the Zelda games.

Princess_Zelda(Skyward_Sword)This game is based on the very, very top of the Zelda timeline (before it splits) before the creation of Hyrule. In a nutshell, there was a huge war with demons from a fissure and Her Grace the Goddess with her Ultimate Power (probably the Triforce?), sent the remaining humans on an outcropping of earth skyward, to the heavens, even beyond the reach of even the clouds. And then the Goddess, along with the other races, fought the demonic hordes back.

Years later, there’s Link and Girahim and Zelda and Demise.

But this game is very good with its motion controls; it felt like you actually were link controlling his sword, even though there might be some problems with the motion plus in the remote (but if you get the Wii Motion Plus remote, you’re problems will go away).

And even though the new navigation and partner character Fi was annoying at times, (like saying the same thing over 5 times) it was still a very good Zelda game.

And this is one of those amazing Zelda games that has a really awesome name for the final boss!


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