The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for Nintendo Wii was originally built from scratch for motion controls.
As a result, there is a lot of swing involved, and well, if you played back in 2011, you may remember how quite an exercise it was. Some players also experienced a number of problems – motion controls did not always work as intended, and certain actions were not always recorded in the more crucial moments of the game if movements were not performed correctly.
Fortunately, the HD version of the game coming to Switch is ah …look up things, by allowing players to use a more traditional control method – aka. button and analog inputs. Although Nintendo made this pretty clear during the game̵
In addition to the only control system, the Skyward Sword on the Switch also comes with improved motion control support thanks to the updated technology in the Joy-Con controllers. Right controls use Link’s sword, while left controls will handle his shield. Just like the original game, you will also be able to perform other actions with motion controls such as shooting Link’s bow and arrow.
Are you at all interested in playing with the new buttons only, or do you want to keep moving? Tell us below.