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The Next Zelda May Vex Lefties, But Only Briefly

Stephen Totilo: Adjusting isn’t hard, but it’s something a left-handed person gets used to having to do. Some things in life don’t feel perfectly made for those of us who got the rubber-handled scissors in kindergarten or have always smudged ink on the pad on the side of their hand as they write. But we can get used to these things that require our patience to adjust. Into that category, I’m adding The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, which I played two different ways last week.

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Solidus187-SCMilk2257d ago (Edited 2257d ago )

Im left handed but this wouldent be a problem for me because I do alot of things like a right handed person anyway. Like throw, use scissors, surfs/skate and some other random stuff.

As a mostly lefthanded person, the only thing I really cant do at all with my right hand is to wright. I cant wright worth crap with my right, and I also cant throw AT ALL with my LEFT hand.

I also have seen videogame controls for lefthanded people and I dont understand them and cant use them at all. I see videogames as something that doenst really matter what hand is your dominant one because you have to use both of them anyways. But I can see why lefties would want to swing with their left maybe. I feel like I would hold a sword in my right tho, even thoug I swing a hockey stick lefthanded.

HAHAHAH I lol at the part about the ink and pen. I hate pens because I wright with my left and ink get all over my hand. Even graphite from pencil will get all over your hand if you write enough.

pr0digyZA2257d ago

Lol I am the same as you only thing I do left handed is write, the rest is all done with my right hand.

CraigUK2257d ago

I am right handed and do everything with my right hand, this article isn't really aimed at me. I don't think I will have a problem.

Dovahkiin2257d ago

That's some conclusion you've come to there, Craig.

FalconR2892257d ago

I'm both handed and won't be affected ether way. I generally favor my left except when I throw which I can throw a good 100 feet more, and I can throw like 60.5 feet which is the distance from the pitchers mound to home plate with my left, but then when doing other sports its all bout the leftside.