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Submitted by Autydi 648d ago | opinion piece

Skyward Swords music is not as Skyward as we had hoped

Link's Hideaway writes:

"When you listen to some tunes from the old Zelda games, you hear a distinct and loveable tune. You find yourself humming along to the songs later on, and then whistling them. Some of the most memorable parts of the game come from the music alone. The End Credits themes are always fantastic and memorable, and the over-world themes are always full of life, and buzzing with excitement. However, not all of this is true in Skyward Sword." (Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda, Wii)

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