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PublisherNintendo StudioNintendo GenreAction
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Link returns in another epic adventure in this next installment of the Legend of Zelda franchise. The game features a new control scheme through the use of MotionPlus.

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Best games 2011

mercurynews - December 29, 2011


Submitted by Zex_M19 (24) at 7:20AM PST on December 29, 2011


1. "The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword": This is the "Zelda" that fans have been waiting for since "Ocarina of Time." It manages to tell a more mature story while maintaining the sense of whimsy and wonder that's always been a hallmark of the series. But what matters most is the level design, which is top-notch, and the new gameplay elements that leverage the Wii's motion controls. It's an experience like no other.
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Game art style

Mark Raby - July 28, 2010


Submitted by apprentice (207) at 1:22PM PST on October 21, 2010


New Zelda game art style specifically chosen to "over-exaggerate" gameplay Zelda master Eiji Aonuma explains rationale behind yet another change to the franchise's visual presentation. When it comes to art styles in Zelda, Nintendo has changed its mind more times than most people change their socks. Upcoming entry The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword takes yet another graphical approach to the series, this time going for an intentionally "exaggerated" appearance. But why?
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