Reviews and Problems with The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword
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Very good game
Daniel Wilches, Amazon
12 August 2014
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: 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: It was a little weird to think of Zelda as anything but "Princess" but according to the Historia this IS the first game in the timeline and you are actually MAKING the Master Sword and setting the land up for Hyrule to be the place we all know and love. The villan was interesting and actually even fun, the different variety of weapons was also nice (I always like the different weapons across Zelda games) but I did feel like the controls were a little sensitive and...
Summary: The game arrived on time. The disks are in perfect condition. The Remote Bundle is everything it promises, but as a collector the box was quite damaged and not by the shipping, but when it was opened :( 4 out of 5 stars because of the state of the collectors’ box.
Summary: I love Zelda and I've never played a bad Zelda game save for the dreaded CDI titles but this one has something that bothers me. The characters all look very weird and unappealing to me. The game play is the same since Zelda Orcarina of Time. It's fun but its just more of the same for the past 3 generations.
Summary: The motion controls really make you get up and perform the swordplay! This made my heart jump with excitement! The sword swinging plays a huge part in defeating your enemies (Example: If the enemy is shielding your attacks from the left, you have to swing right!) This zelda game is a little on the easy side (making it user-friendly for anybody!).. and the final boss is easy just like Ganon in windwaker. Literally defeated him in 5 minutes lol.
Summary: I really like the general gameplay. The only two exceptions are: 1. Too much player support. Too many clues are given to help you figure out how to proceed. Given that Zelda usually is a complex puzzle game, this one is a little too easy. Even my 10 year old is jumping right through it without much trouble. 2. Inconsistent sword swings.
Summary: Well, it is a good game. I like the style and the intro was amazing. Then you have the motion control. I don't think it translates very well. I would be trying a right downward slice and I do a straight overhead attack. It did not kill the game I was just frustrated when i got block.