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|Rating:||E10+ (Everyone 10+)||Release Year:||2011|
|Video Game Name:||The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword||Genre:||Role Playing|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Platform:||Nintendo Wii|
|Video Game Series:||The Legend of Zelda||Game Name:||The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|
|"The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword" game is the 16th entry into the historic Legend of Zelda series from Nintendo. Despite being the 16th entry, this Nintendo game still feels original thanks to a host of inventive ideas. One of these ideas involves the use of a unique game story that strays from the typical conventions of the original Zelda series. Rather than focus its tale on defeating the evil Ganon, the game instead revolves around new antagonist characters Demise and Ghirahim. Additionally, the adventure takes place in the sky kingdom of Skyloft rather than Hyrule. When Zelda is kidnapped and taken to the world below the clouds, Link must venture into this mysterious land to rescue her.The first thing gamers will notice about this Nintendo release is that the controls are unlike any other Zelda game. While past Legend games like "Twilight Princess" and "The Wind Waker" had you attacking with the buttons, "Skyward Sword" is different. This Legend game uses the Wii MotionPlus to have gamers control Link via motion control on the Wii remote. You'll swing the Wii MotionPlus controller in the direction you want the hero to swing. For example, swing from left to right and your character will do the same. This innovative control scheme allows for precise attacks against enemies in the game.Navigation in "Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword" for Nintendo Wii is also different. Rather than walking from location to location, Link uses a giant bird to fly. When a location of interest is discovered, Link will plummet from the bird to explore the world underneath the clouds. "Skyward Sword" is a huge game with many different areas to find in Skyloft. If you ever feel lost at any time, you can ask Fi for assistance. Fi is the spirit who lives in your sword and will provide help in many ways. For example, she can guide you to your next location and point out a weak spot on a boss.At its core, "Skyward Sword" for the Nintendo Wii retains similarities to past games in the franchise. Players will discover classic weapons, such as the bomb and the bow. New weapons are available as well, including a whip that lets you grab items from long distances. On his quest, Link will explore treacherous locations, such as the Eldin Volcano. In each location is a dungeon that will reward him with new items and weapons. These dungeons also house dangerous bosses that drop items necessary for rescuing Zelda. This adventure will take most gamers around 40 hours to complete. However, fans who want to do everything can expect 60 hours or more of game time from this Nintendo Wii video game."The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword" for Nintendo was directed by Eiji Aonuma. His previous work includes Legend of Zelda Nintendo video games, such as "Twilight Princess," "Spirit Tracks," and "Phantom Hourglass." "Skyward Sword" also features original music composed by Koji Kondo and is the first Legend of Zelda Nintendo title to use a live orchestra. "The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword" is packed full of content that fans of the series will love to play time and time again. The game is also accessible to newcomers to the series thanks to its standalone story.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||70915337|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|
|Rating||E10+ (Everyone 10+)|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Rating||E10+ (Everyone 10+)|
|Game||The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Blood, Comic Mischief, Fantasy Violence|
|Game Series||The Legend of Zelda Series|
|Game Special Features||Soar through the sky on the back of a giant bird Control Link's sword in 1:1 motion with the Wii Remote Plus Use motion controls for rolling bombs, shooting arrows, and more|
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Game was for another country, but works in USA Wii and is all in English (as description stated), so no worries. Game is awesome. Not too hard, not too easy; just as I would have expected from a Zelda game! The motion controls do take a little getting use to, but playing other Wii motion plus games helps. Just make sure you have your setting right for your distance to your screen. It helps a lot! Just goes to show, just because a lot of people don't like something, doesn't always mean it's bad; just not what they expected or wanted.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : recycledfungame
Better then the last but not perfect.
It's a great game. Puzzles are plenty and quest/objectives are laid out fairly well. It's not too scary for my young son to watch while I play. Some of the usual later Zelda game problems are still persistent while they did take care of others. They can't seem find a balance between showing the grand scale of the playable world without making it a pain to travel from one end to the other. Auto travel or way-points or warp would be great. In a lot of ways there aren't enough monsters. It seems too sparse and open. I'm glad they fixed the fairy annoyance issues, the lame songs, and objective tracking through reminders and their radar like seeking mechanic but it just comes up short in a lot of ways and I wonder how much actual time is spent waiting through mini cut scenes every time you open a door or chest. That being said, it's still Zelda. It's still has some interesting challenges and it's still worth buying to play through.
Good game so far! I'm about 3/4 of the way through. The controls were a bit wonky at first, but once you get the hang of it a lot of fun can be had. Good story with memorable characters. Can't wait for breath of the wild! Gonna be twice as epic!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : jacobmcclain
The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword Wii review
The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword is the game that marked the 25th Anniversary of The Legend of Zelda series. This game has been both praised and criticized but overall a wonderful game. The game is said to have taken place before all the events of The Legend of Zelda games, starting the timeline that would be under scrutiny by many fans and theorists alike. The control scheme is very easy to follow once the player squeezes in some time to practice. The Wii remote acts like the sword and the nunchaku as the shield, and the combat system relies on pinpoint accuracy to strike a target with the sword and shield, not just swinging aimlessly or at random. There are also many points in the game to fly across Hyrule's skies with the bird known as a Loftwing. Multiple side quests also make this game a joy to play and never gets boring. And the enemy AI is smart so it will counter every sword swing and parry. One of the game's downsides is that the controls for the Wii remote and nunchaku can glitch out, sometimes removing and reconnecting each other could solve it temporarily. Also constant adjustment for the Wii remote's field of operation can cause certain motions to be misread. Overall, the game is a wonderful masterpiece and it is a game not to be missed by any fan of The Legend of Zelda series or any video game fan. The story is also a compelling one to the point where tears are shed. At the right price, this game can grace any gamer's game archive, and it can help to get in the swing of things.
Awesome game!! Worth the price
I bought the game because I had always been a fan of it. I've been playing "Legend of Zelda" ever since I was a little girl; and I continue to support it and play it as long as it exist. I love the game, the story was really good all though I'm not totally finish with the game. The two things that they could done better was the graphic and the dialog. I they could have the character talk instead of having to read, it would of been great. Because I have kids that also wants to play too, that was not able to play because they couldn't read. If I was to compare this "Skyward Sword" to "Twilight Princess" I would say that this version was made much more for younger kids, age 8 to 10. This video game was a lot easier to play compared to "Twilight Princess." Plus you can till my the graphic that it was more design for younger kids. So in conclusion, this version of Zelda does have it's value in it too. Older kids may say "It's not as good," "It's too easy", "Or the graphic is not enough" but, for the younger kids, it's the right kind of game. I highly recommend it to any parents out there that would like to purchase a "Legend of Zelda" video game for the children. It's an awesome game and they would enjoy it.