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Zelda: Skyward Sword Available on Wii U eShop Today

News Bot Sep 1, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    Nintendo has announced The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will be available today on the Wii U eShop. The announcement was made during the latest Nintendo Direct presentation by Nintendo of America exec Reggie Fils-Aime.
    Nintendo didn't mention any further information on the re-release, so it seems there will not be any changes made to the game such as visual improvements or gameplay tweaks. Instead it seems to be the original version of the game for Nintendo's current home console.
    It is unclear as of yet if it's possible to play the game without the use of a Wii Remote.
    In GameSpot's The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword review, the game was awarded a score of 7.5.
    "The good elements do outweigh the bad in Skyward Sword, creating another engrossing experience in this venerable franchise. Strong visual design meshes the cartoony world of Wind Waker with the more realistic approach offered by Twilight Princess, and the riveting orchestral soundtrack brings back many classic tracks while offering a few tasty new ones," said critic Tom McShea
    "However, the formula is beginning to show its age. There just aren't enough new ideas to separate Skyward Sword from its predecessors, and the few additions come with mixed results. Even with many bright spots, Skyward Sword still feels like a nostalgic retread. Those yearning for something new will be disappointed, but anyone thirsty for another exciting adventure will find plenty to enjoy here."


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