IGN Reviews - Zelda: Skyward Sword Game Review

IGN Critiques – Zelda: Skyward Sword Recreation Evaluation

The long-lasting RPG franchise has been going sturdy for many years with out ever turning into stale or boring. Nintendo has one way or the other managed to maintain the magic going, …

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33 thoughts on “IGN Critiques – Zelda: Skyward Sword Recreation Evaluation

  1. I still think the Wii motion controls were one of the greatest gaming ideas of all times and can't help feeling a little bit of sadness knowing they came and went just to be forgotten. Anyway…still loving my Wii after almost 15 years…

  2. Honestly I don't blame this dude for seeing motion controls as the future for the series. This was a phenomenal game. Breath of the Wild was a much bigger step forward for the series, but I do wish it implemented the motion controls from Skyward Sword. Just imitation! Though they scrapped that to appeal to more gamers, it could have been much better

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  4. I didnt like how the three regions were split up and not connected. Also, these regions are just more dungeons… they are not overworlds… The most annoying thing about this game is the bokoblins that block your every attack! Wii motion controls are very annoying because I can never just chill and sit down while playing this because nope, a slime caught me and I have to shake my wii remote to get rid of it…. I did love the music and the story though.

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