Summary: The description and pictures did not mention it was the disc for use in Singapore, Malaysia, UAE, and Saudi Arabia. I bought this as a gift for someone in the USA and know that WiiUs are nation or geographic area specific.
Summary: Rented this game from a local library and fell in love with it so I decided to buy a copy myself. Finally came in the mail and discovered it's a Malaysian import. Very disappointed. Seller should have said that in the description
Summary: About half way through this game I realized "oh no.. I'm going to be one of those people that hate a 10/10 reviewed game" the more I played the more I realized I CANT BE INSANE but this game is TERRIBLE for a Zelda. I could go on for 30minutes giving precise detail in how this game disappoints me.
Summary: To date I have played numerous Zelda games, which include: Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, Wind Waker, and Twilight Princess. All of these games were great, and played very well. I bought Skyward Sword expecting the same greatness from Nintendo.
Summary: I finally got around to playing Skyway Sword, a year and a half after it's release. If there is one thing I can't stand about the Nintendo Wii, is the lack of option to play with a traditional controller. Skyward Sword is no exception.
Poor controls and weak game play doom this game...
Amber Mason, Amazon
23 March 2013
Summary: Coming from a Legend of Zelda fan, I would highly suggest by-passing this particular installment to the franchise due to the number of flaws it has. 1. The control system is horrid and requires the motion-plus controller or controller add-on.
Summary: As someone who has played Zelda for their entire gaming life, the series holds a special place in my heart. The land of Hyrule was always a place worth visiting. While some games were certainly better than others, the console titles rarely disappointed. Worlds that only Nintendo could deliver.
Summary: Nintendo needs to learn about the concept of an "Options" menu. Such as "Instant Text" and "Allow Cut Scene Skip". Locking people into a painfully slow cut scene and nose bleed slow text boxes is really just an attempt to add Hrs of playtime to a title with a shocking lack of actual content...
Pros: Taking the sword to the motion+ controller was overall a success i think. I really enjoy seeing the sword turn with my hand. The art style (aka graphics) is done well and in that respect makes this my favorite Zelda title to date. I think the overall layout of the item menus is strong, its VERY e...
Cons: Nintendo really went too far into the "casual gamer" aspect of this title. The FI character is absolute the most annoying "feature" of an application EVER. Far surpassing "Clippy", in fact Fi went UFC on Clippy not simply winning the title but DOMINATING it. Then Fi stole clippys wife, car and cr...
Summary: Ugh where to begin with this game. Clunky controls are a great way to start. As you progress through this game using link as somesort of dummy for the motion controls you will find that almost every enemy in this game is a motion puzzle and bearly any can be fought in normal awesome combat.