Reviews and Problems with The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword
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Just what I was looking for to interest my 4 year old in one of my favorite hobbies.
16 August 2014
Summary: Me and my 4 year old daughter play this, or I play and she watches rather. She normally isn't interested in games so it makes it impossible for me to play them, but I have put over 10 hours into this so far and she is loving it. I read the dialogue to her since she can't read much yet. Besides that the gameplay gets an A plus.
Summary: This is a beautiful game, full of intelligent action and interesting puzzles. My middle school daughter spent half the summer playing it through... and then immediately turned around to play it again. As a parent, I felt like my child developed more grit and persistence and also did some good reading playing this game. As a gamer, I was deeply jealous that she had a whole summer to devote to it and I had to go to work.
Summary: Game is good, only bad thing: I came to disgust the necessity f using the Wiimote while playing games because it forces me to stay standing or remain seated, while normal controllers let you lay down in your bed while playing.
Summary: Great Game.. Though i bought it for the wiiuu..meaning that you need a wii controller with motion plus and a nun chuck because it isnt compatible with the new controllers...The game was great had many side quest and you can replay it at many levels.
Summary: I only gave it four stars because while it was awesome, it's not as good as it could have been. The gameplay is excellent and I love the storyline, but nintendo kind of rushed on the graphics. Often while looking as something the game zooms in on (like a cut scene) the picture will get fuzzy. So while its an awesome game if just a little more time had been put into the graphics it would possibly be one of the best games I've ever played.
Summary: I've played every single Zelda game (except maybe 1 or two) and I really don't like people saying "Nintendo sells the same thing over and over again" because it's wrong. This Zelda game is one of the best in the series because it offers a new way to play a beloved classic.
Summary: I've been a fan of "The Legend of Zelda" series since 1995. My introduction was actually a game called BS Zelda that never saw release outside of Japan, and then I only got to play through the first two dungeons. I've been hooked to the series ever since. So as the series has evolved over the years, there were things I both liked and disliked, but usually the games proved to be fantastic when I finally picked them up.