As many people know The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD has been confirmed to appear on the Nintendo Switch this upcoming Summer on July 16th. Its been almost ten years since Zelda: Skyward Sword had appeared on the Wii console back in 2011. When it comes down to gameplay and visuals Zelda: Skyward Sword arguably stood out more than any other entry within the entire series. The motion control gameplay when utilizing melee attacks to combat foes was something that was intriguing; while adding to the overall gameplay experience that people got with Zelda: Skyward Sword during the Nintendo Wii era. Even though, there have been more compelling storylines within the Zelda series; some aspects relating to the plot in Skyward Sword was somewhat dark for a game that is rated “E”. Not only was Link prophesied to defeat Demise who was one of the main villain in Skyward Sword; but Link had to destroy a spiritual being who lived in his sword named Ghirahim who planned on using Link as a sacrifice in order to resurrect himself. Zelda: Skyward Sword may not be on the level of popularity as Ocarina Of Time, Majora’s Mask, Link’s Awakening or Twilight Princess.
However, Zelda: Skyward Sword was probably one of the best action adventure games that Nintendo had created during the 10’s decade prior to the release of the Switch console in 2017. Along with emphasis being placed on making the combat system more robust than its predecessors; Skyward Sword allows players to travel the world through the air and on land which made for a spectacular gameplay experience. Also, Zelda: Skyward Sword is far from being the most difficult installment within the entire series; which will be a good thing for Switch owners who never played Skyward Sword on the Wii or Wii-U console before. Seeing Zelda: Skyward Sword in high definition on the Switch console will be a real treat to many people this upcoming summer. The high definition remastered version of the game has been confirmed to require at least 7.5 GB of data on the Switch console. Also, Zelda: Skyward Sword HD can be played in multiple languages including English, French, Korean, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Italian and German. As of right now The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword can be pre-ordered on Nintendo’s website for $59.99 before its official release in July 2021.