A decade after its initial launch, Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, fixes all of the problems that plagued the 2011 original to bring you a very loveable Zelda game
Revolutionary for its time, the Nintendo Wii brought along fun Motion Controls (where players interact with the system through body movements) to replace controllers, the Wii setup the foundation Nintendo Switch was built upon. At that time, the prospect of a fully Motion-controlled Legend of Zelda game was an intriguing proposition. When Skyward Sword — the 16th mainline entry in The Legend of Zelda series — landed in November 2011, it was one of the most divisive games in history. Nintendo listened and, now, 10 years later, came out with a new version of the game, on the Switch.
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