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Some fans argue that Link's recent adventure in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is wrapped in one of the most interesting stories in the franchise's history. Link's more developed relationship with Zelda, a mysterious new antagonist, and a personable rival all coalesce to deliver a narrative and gameplay climax that's worth talking about. Whether you finished the game or don't think you'll get around to it, join us as we discuss the spoiler-tastic conclusion.
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One of the things I like about these "Spoiled!" videos is that they let me see what I missed in games that I will probably never play.
Also....2 of 3 people in this video need haircuts.....but who are they?
I definitely agree with Tim when he said that the last two bosses were not the greatest. I didn't think that they were that thought out, and they ended up being pretty frustrating for me. I still loved the game though, and the story was actually pretty awesome.
yeah I felt the same way about the 2 final boss battles, they were great but the wii controls failed the game pretty bad in a few cases (especially the stab attack)
Nice musical montage at the end!
I loved the ending...of this video :)
I am disappoint.
Demise was supposed to look like Ganon as all of the adventures of the Link's to come are inherited from the events of Skyward Sword. In each age Demise's hate brings about another Ganon of some kind, Zelda appears as a guiding hand and there is a Link for every age.
Also I happen to think that the fight with Demise is one of the most satisfying (and frustrating) boss fights in all the Zelda games that I've played
thanks for the video. I haven't played skyward sword yet. I bought it for my girlfriend and she is advancing extremely slow...I don't want to be a jerk and take over so I'm waiting until she finishes to play.
Demise was incredible. He was so burly and terrifying he looked like he could rip Link in half. He wasn't Ganon but rather the original evil who powers all of the villians the many Link's will face in the future.
I really enjoyed both boss fights and didn't run into any trouble with Motion Plus. I really enjoyed the monologues of both final bosses because they seemed more menacing than every other Zelda villian combined. I think my favorite part was that Demise was actually challenging. I became concerned I was actually going to lose when he broke through my shield. The victory actually felt meaningful for me as a result.
Demise was amazing! It seemed like the duel from twilight princess aganist Ganon.
By the way, did you use the door to go back to the present because I wondered if we could still do that!?!
awesome game!i loved it!