The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Review

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Review

A fantastic Zelda adventure that’s aged like wine, even if Wii-era motion controls still aren’t great

Skyward Sword HD Review | Should You Play It Now?

Our Skyward Sword HD Review proves one of the most misunderstood Legend of Zelda games deserves a second chance. It’s an under-appreciated gem, one that finds the space to really breathe with a more reliable and relaxing method of control embedded within it. Skyward Sword has its fair share of problems, but it makes up for many of them in moments of true brilliance and defiance against established series conventions. Say what you will about Skyward Sword, but it’s good to be out on an authored adventure with Link again – saving Hyrule one inventive dungeon and challenging boss battle at a time.

00:00 – Skyward Sword HD Review
00:35 – Game Improvements
01:45 – Game Problems
02:45 – How long is Skyward Sword HD
02:50 – The Story
03:30 – The Dungeons
04:25 – Conclusion


Is Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Better on Switch? – REVIEW

Does The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD hold up 10 years later on Nintendo Switch? Find out in our in-depth review that covers the upgraded graphics, joy-con motion controls quality of life improvements, comparisons to the Wii version, and more! All this and more in our in-depth review of Skyward Sword HD!
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0:00 Intro
1:49 Graphics – 1080p60, Textures, & a Missing Effect
3:53 Motion Controls
4:40 vs Wii Remote & Control Quirk
6:56 Button Controls
8:12 Quality of Life Improvements
8:59 Is the Game GooddAfter Breath of the Wild?
12:02 Review Score + Wrap Up
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Zelda Skyward Sword HD | The Completionist

Completing Zelda Skyward Sword HD is the final 3D Zelda game I have completed for the channel! When it first released on the Nintendo Wii, most criticism of the game was dominated by the divisive opinions on the motion controls. Now that Skyward Sword is released on the Nintendo Switch and you can control the sword with the right thumbstick, it feels like a nice reset for the game. Let’s see how this revamp of the game plays in my Skyward Sword HD review!

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Take to the skies, draw your sword, and experience the earliest story in the Legend of Zelda series. Join Link in his high-flying quest to save Zelda, a childhood friend who must confront her destiny. Soar between floating islands and descend to the treacherous surface world in this updated version of the Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD game. Master realistic swordplay that corresponds to your movements Gently swing your sword and angle your slashes to uncover and break through opponents’ defenses using intuitive motion controls. Link’s in-game movements will correspond to the angle of each strike you make with the Joy-Con™ controller, creating immersive swordplay that relies on strategy and accuracy. Movements feel smoother and more immediate thanks to the Nintendo Switch system’s increased processing power and updated Zelda Skyward Sword HD graphics. Take advantage of the newly-added button only control scheme—perfect for playing in handheld mode or on the Nintendo Switch Lite system. Fly high with the Zelda & Loftwing amiibo figure abilities. With her majestic Loftwing by her side, Zelda steps into her destiny alongside her childhood friend, Link. Scan this amiibo figure from anywhere on the surface world to quickly travel to the sky—even within the depths of a dungeon. Scan it again above the clouds to return to the same spot on the surface.

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Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Nintendo Switch Review – Is It Worth It?

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