You Should Reconsider 'The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword'

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You Should Reconsider 'The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword'

It's now available on the Nintendo Switch in an HD edition, which overhauls its 2011 graphics to 2021's standards, and a new control scheme, so players on a Switch Lite can play through the game. If you liked the motion controls from the original version, those are here too, courtesy of the gyroscopes built into the Switch's JoyCons.

As a Zelda game, Skyward Sword is a strange experience. At its worst, Skyward Sword feels like a tech demo, so in love with the possibilities offered by 2011-era motion controls that the overall experience suffers; it's linear, easy, and won't stop holding your hand.

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At its best, Skyward Sword is one of those video games that convinces people to like video games. It’s playing in the shallow end of the franchise’s pool, but it’s a really good pool. If you’re looking for something to do until Breath of the Wild 2 comes out, why not explore its spiritual predecessor?

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