The lights are on
In a fitting finale for the console, Nintendo delivers on the promise sparked by the initial Wii remote showing.
Nintendo has released a pair of new trailers and a mess of screens for
its upcoming game The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. While Link is
purportedly the star of the show, it's pretty clear that sand is doing
most of the heavy lifting here.
Nintendo released all kinds of content for Skyward Sword today,
including screenshots and three trailers showing off gameplay and new
Our hero will be able to collect insects, go for a dip, and even visit an island devoted to fun in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
Check out these new videos to learn about a few new locations and get an introduction to a tribe of potential allies.
In our final exclusive video, see these tongue-waggling lizard men in action and discover the moves necessary to take them out.
See Link enter this dungeon and go toe-to-toe with the imposing Scaldera.
Check out over 30 brand new images from the next Legend of Zelda game.
The realm above the clouds known as Skyloft will house many ancient secrets. Here's how you'll be hunting them down.
Go bowling with bombs and hunting for treasure using this major control upgrade for the Zelda franchise.
Nintendo's latest Skyward Sword trailer shows off Link's ability to
upgrade his items by collecting assorted materials throughout the world.
It also shows a large amount of uninterrupted gameplay.
Our first of five exclusive Skyward Sword videos shows off the game's flying mechanic.
Watch Link ride a giant ball over a lava pit, swing across vines, and slice up a three-headed baddie.
Despite the lack of recent updates, the upcoming Wii title was playable on the
show floor in the form of a new demo. I got a chance today to try out
three different sections of the game - a bird riding race, a dungeon
area, and a boss fight.
We spend some time playing the highly anticipated new Zelda title.