TLoZ: Skyward Sword = The Pot That Stayed Full?

From HDWarriors.com:

It is being widely accepted that The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will be the end for the Wii. That after that release, there will be no more reason to bother with a console famous for its lack of replay value in the majority of its games. However, Skyward Sword, being the last major release on the system, may just be the game that makes up for it all.

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NESpower4554d ago

"Skyward sword will likely appear to be the biggest, most content packed game so far in the series. It should keep us coming back for more, and more. Replay after replay."

I hope you are right although I can tell it will be awesome. I love replaying games in the Zelda series as it is.

Loadedklip4554d ago

I don't think Wii games lacked replay value ... Brawl, Mario Kart, Tatsunoku vs Capcom ... then their single player games were MASSIVE like Zelda TP, Mario Galaxy 1,2, Metroid Prime ...

The real problem was that the Wii didn't have the quantity of games that the PS3 or 360 has due to lack of third party support.

8bit_Nes_Rambo4554d ago

Nice stealth trolling in that blurb, HDwarriors.com.


Ranking Every Spider-Man Game From Worst To Best

From the Amazing Spider-Man series to the most recent titles and DLCs, explore which Spider-Man game deserves to be ranked first and why.

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Sonic18816d ago (Edited 6d ago )

Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Ultimate Spider-Man use to be my favorite until Insomniac games took over.

Inverno6d ago

I'd still choose Ultimate above all other games, followed by Shattered Dimensions

Abnor_Mal6d ago (Edited 6d ago )

My favorite and still champion Spiderman PS2, followed by Marvels Spiderman2, then Miles Morales, followed by Marvels Spiderman, and finally Ultimate Spiderman.

I need to drag out my PS3 and try Web of Shadows, owned the game for years and years and never played.

Rimeskeem6d ago

Shout out to cultured vultures for NOT making this 40 separate pages.

Relientk776d ago

Spider-Man (2000), Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro, and Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions were all so good! I have fond memories playing them.


Super Mario RPG review (Nintendo Switch): Colorful, charming and chock-full of humor - Beyond Pixels

The 1996 SNES classic returns on Nintendo Switch. There's lots of new aesthetics and features, but still lots of nostalgia as well. Is the weirdly funny and seemingly off-brand game worth its money in 2023?

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Zelda: Ocarina of Time - A Legend 25 Years in the Making

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time debuted 25 years ago, forever changing the face of video games and becoming a legend of its own.

Number1TailzFan8d ago

I used a guide to beat part of it but some of the rest myself, still enjoyed it regardless. Too bad they didn't stick with this kind of gameplay for the rest of the series as I would prefer it over what they're doing now.

TheBrainZ8d ago

A definitive moment in video game history. Played it countless times, and Zelda was the best reason to own an N64.

FinalFantasyFanatic8d ago

I played through OoT so many times on the 64, then I bought it on the 3DS before the Eshop shut down. I wish we could have a Zelda collection like we did for Mario, I still can't believe that never happened.

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