MMGN: With just over a week to go for Australians, it’s time to let yourself get excited. After development was confirmed in 2008, followed by a teaser poster at E3 2009, there were some thoughts of a 2010 release. As hope was eroded, it quickly sparked fear that it might be delayed until 2012. Perhaps even ported to the Wii U, repeating the controversial history of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, which had to be shared across two generations to keep both corporate types and loyal fans happy.
With confidence we can now say that won’t happen with Skyward Sword. It’s time to count down the days, rest assured that no last minute delays will ruin the game all Wii owners have been waiting five years for: the first Zelda game designed for the Wii.
Take a look at nine reasons to get excited for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.