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Submitted by Pozzle 913d ago | news

Skyward Sword on Sale at Target for $20

Until this Saturday. For $19.99 at every Target, if you haven’t already, you can pick yourself a copy of Skyward Sword. Though Nintendo has a reputation of never putting first party games on sale (unless a re-release comes along, such as the Nintendo Selects series), Skyward Sword seems to have found its way to the sale isle. (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Wii)

bullymangLer  +   913d ago
Nintendo needs to come up with a diff solution in regards to playing this game in the HERO MODE difficulty . .that mode is what hardcore gamers NEED to experience, but in order to play that mode, one needs to first pass the whoLe enchilada, then hero mode is unlocked ? . . i played hero mode and found my self getting my shield broken many times having to fly all the way back to skyfall to upgrade my shield and buy some potions . awesome hero mode is .

Nintendo needs to fix that . please thanks.

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