An exciting addition to the Wii accessory armoury arrives this November when the unique Gold Wii remote is introduced as a fantastic accessory to the hugely anticipated Legend of Zelda Skyward sword game on the Wii. Zelda has an army of fans from over the years so this release is sure to bring out all the diehard fans who will want to get their hands on this fabulous bundle. Skyward Sword prices are likely to vary considerably so as well as reviews and news on this game, we also bring you Skyward Sword supermarket prices as well as all the deals, offers and voucher codes from gaming stores and online stores.
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Compare prices for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii)Title               - The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii)
Platform         - Nintendo Wii
Category        - Adventure
Release Date  - 18/11/2011
RRP                - £31.23
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|Release Date 18th November 2011
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|Release Date 18th November 2011
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Full Description and Features
Amazingly, the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword – Limited Edition Gold Wii Remote Bundle – is the 16th version of the Zelda series and has been developed by Nintendo onto the Wii format. This means that sword fighting using the Wii MotionPlus controllers is something of a workout as well as a fun-way of getting though the Zelda levels.
Being sold as a Limited Edition version with a golden Wii remote, it's not only unique but it makes your Wii stand out from the rest. Mixing up the style of the levels from dungeon exploration to over-world fight scenes as in previous games, the Skyward Sword is more about the sword fighting itself, and ensuring the direction and speed of the attacks is more important than the timing. There are mechanical beetles that can be thrown to grab items as well as bombs, a bow and a slingshot, all of which are controlled with the Wii remotes.
The health of the player can be increased by picking up items such as wooden shields from fallen enemies and by drinking health restoring potions, the player can regain life back. A stamina metre is shown so you know how far you can sprint or run up walls, and thanks to the maps being easier to read and it more difficult to get lost, the game is more user-friendly than previous incarnations.
The plot is a prequel to the Ocarina of Time, and Link eventually discovers that evil forces are behind the ownership of the land. The Demon Lord Ghirahim wants kidnap Link so the game is all about defeating the enemies in order to remain safe, using upgrades and health boosts to keep him alive throughout the game. Using the Wii's MotionPlus controller and enhancing the sword fighting status of the game, Zelda is just about to become even more popular with die-hard fans.
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Not a particularly tempting offer but if you turn up at the Game store on Oxford Street dressed up as Link then you qualify for a free copy of Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword. This offer is only available to the first 100 customers dressed up as Link. Don't worry if you miss out on that though as there's also a purpose built medieval Zelda glen in store on the opening day for you to try out the game.
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