Summary: I love Zelda,. all of them (exapted the cd-I games). I think Nintendo learned their lesson, and won't license out there characters to anyone again. A little to easy for me as a Zelda game. But still a good game. Have not try hero mode, need to beat the game first. Hope hero mode will be harder like OoT and LtP. Nintendo keep up the good work.
Challenging, but still inferior to "Link to the Past".
J. Meek, Jr. "Paljoe", Amazon
11 July 2013
Summary: Link does not have a horse or a boat this time. He glides the heavens on a bird. As a joystick fan, had to get used to motion which is not easy. I still do not have the bugnet mastered. Killing things is much easier, but still lacks the decisive thrust and parry of the joystick. Movement is still a little difficult with one hand, but more realistic. Jumping and running are easier, but take a good hand and eye coordination.
Summary: The game itself is good. The story is good, the graphics are great, and it takes total control of the WiiMotion Plus tool. BUT, the puzzles in this game are VERY hard. It took me a week to figure out one. I think Nintendo saved its most challenging puzzles for last, and if not, I don't want to play the next game in the franchise. Other than that, the game is spectacular, along with its graphics and controls.
Summary: Service in terms of response and time received was excellent. description of used goods, good condition accurate.However product was supposed to be controller with zelda game, listed as music edition, music CD included. The music cd was not in the case, only the game.
Summary: Where should I begin. I really dislike this game for some reasons: 1. The motion controls 2. The timeline 3. The lack of stamina and lack of jumps/sidejumps. I would only recommend this to you if you're a really huge The Legend of Zelda and even after all that you might still rage at the annoying motion controls.
Summary: Although I went into Skyward Sword expecting a lot, I was still amazed in a lot of ways. The graphics were staggering, the sound and music was impressive, and I could tell after a while that the small, but well-distributed side-quests were an aspect of the game I really enjoyed. Despite this, unless you have an extreme love of Zelda, I encourage you to not buy this, and save up for Wind Waker HD, Twilight Princess, or Zelda Wii U.
Summary: Overall, this game is very good and I enjoyed it all the way to the end. Zelda games like this still retain that grand epic feel while you play them, and the dungeon/overworld theme still plays well today. I liked the storyline and the settings, and mostly enjoyed the new wiimote method of swinging the sword.