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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Trailer Doesn't Disappoint

Posted on Saturday, October 29 @ 13:30:00 Eastern by

Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto have been doing their share of hyping for the latest Legend of Zelda game, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Perhaps, moreso than usual, the company behind the Wii, Nintendo DS, and every gamer's childhood is talking up a Skyward Sword storm for a number of reasons.

Maybe the company knows Wii sales are dropping like a rock. Maybe it knows it needs to send the Wii off right. Maybe it knows they've got an Ace up their sleeve and it's a goddam Zelda game!

Everything I've seen of Skyward Sword points to it being the crossroads of everything people have loved in Zelda games in the past two decades: a cast of characters with emotions an drama like Ocarina of Time, colorful design and tons of exploration like in Wind Waker, and more mature overtones like in Twilight Princess.

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