The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD – Review | Sirus Gaming

Sean: "As much as I loved Breath of the Wild and its open world freedom, I did miss this aspect of older Zelda games. So when I heard that Skyward Sword, which is similar to the entries I adore, was getting an HD remaster for the Switch, I was right on board."

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Ristul63d ago

Motion control killed this game for me, sucks there is no option for standard control.

Shuckylad63d ago

I was under the impression you can use standard controller on this switch version?

Samonuske63d ago

You can. In pretty much all the trailers they showcase the button controls…

CDbiggen63d ago

When I first played this on Wii, I never had a problem with the motion controls. It's all I ever see people complain about.

Lord_Sloth62d ago

It isn't that they didn't function, it just wasn't fun imo.

CDbiggen61d ago (Edited 61d ago )

Fair enough. I can't remember much but I do know I liked the game, and that the motion controls didn't bother me. The only thing I didn't like was how empty the Skyworld was.

CrimsonWing6963d ago

I thought that they redid the controls so you have the option to play with traditional controls

meganick62d ago

But are you really Ted Cruz though?

TheRealTedCruz62d ago


How dare you question my authenticity.

RedDevils62d ago

I played it with a pro controller, does that count as a standard control?

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Levii_9263d ago

And this wii port is 60 bucks btw .. lol ahh Nintendo

TheRealTedCruz62d ago

Yeah. That's asking a lot while offering little.

-Foxtrot62d ago

" and its open world freedom "

It's pretty limited compared to other games before it, and it's on the same loop, dungeon, boss fight, cutscene, side mission for heart container, cutscene, next dungeon rinse and repeat.

Zeldafan6462d ago

I don't think that ruins the experience for most people.

jjb198162d ago

The game is great. I'm not a fan of the motion controls. I've been playing with the stick controls and there is a learning curve. Once you get the hang of it, it's manageable. When this came out on the Wii, I gave it a pass. Now that I've been playing it, I realized that I missed the linear, old dungeon, find item, rinse and repeat method of the Zelda games. I'm ok with it, even though it was a $50 game and should have been closer to $40.