Submitted by legendoflex 1035d ago | opinion piece

Skyward Sword’s Best Combat Moments: Horde Battle and Enemy Gauntlet

GenGAME writes: "If Zelda players are going to get a truly challenging game, Nintendo’s going to have to respect the player’s abilities and not save “real difficulty” until the very end. Integrating the kinds of combat scenarios seen in the horde battles and enemy gauntlets into ordinary overworld and dungeon progression could be the key to achieving this." (The Legend of Zelda, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Wii, Wii U)

Jadedz  +   1035d ago
Great title
SS and Redsteel 2, made me a believer in the motion plus device. Hopefully it's supported for Wii U titles (while adding traditional controller support for those who detest the device).
FlairSomewhere  +   1035d ago
I picked Red Steel 2 up out of the bargain bin for $9.98 at my work (toys r us).
Though I think it would be difficult to justify a $49.99 purchase when it launched, I'd say it was easily one of the greatest (among few) titles to show why motion+ was here in the first place.
Jadedz  +   1035d ago
Bought it day 1 (lol, no regrets for me! :P)
I believe the Wii died a little too early, though I'm not complaining because I'm enjoying my Wii U.
herbs  +   1035d ago
Great article, I also miss the challenging Nintendo games of old. I really enjoyed the way Skyward Sword controlled and if they can improve on it while increasing the difficulty substantially I will be very happy indeed :)

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