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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Takes Flight November 20th

Posted on Wednesday, August 17 @ 10:44:24 Eastern by

Still got that Wii sitting there? Let me guess, either a Mario game or The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is sitting in the disc drive. You're probably wondering when you'll have to dust it off for a new game that's worth playing? With the barebones release schedule for Nintendo's home console, you've only really got one game on your radar:

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.

Nintendo's announced the exact date you'll be able to get the next dungeon-crawling, high-flying Zelda adventure to be November 20th, 2011. Skyward Sword does require a Wii Motion Plus to play, but Nintendo hasn't yet announced whether or not the game will come with a Wii Remote Plus or a Motion Plus attachment for those of you who haven't given your Wii very much attention in quite a while.
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