QUOTE (Rocket @ Nov 21 2011, 10:40 AM)
Auwaaaaahh Smiter-sama you're so damn lucky to get the game so early
I don't get it until the 24th [NOVEMBER TWENTY-FOOOOOOUUUUR
SS is an epic game so far, no?
I played a demo at NTC 2011 and boy, the swordplay is really
challenging. I mean, it's so... realistic, as opposed to Twilight Princess. And the graphics are simply beautiful. When I first heard that the graphics were gonna be a combination of WW and TP, to put it bluntly, I thought it was pretty gay at first, but I guess it's because it was still in the early development stage [I saw them last year]. Now that the game is released, it's turned out to be the opposite. TP's graphics were off the hook as well, but it was pretty dirty imo. Anyways, enough about graphics, the game is awesome so far since I've tried out the bird riding, dungeon and someone super special that I won't reveal
Just out of curiosity, what part are you up to exactly? If you don't wanna spoil it for other people, you can just send me a PM... or not. It's up to you
I won't spoil it for you or anyone else.
The most I will say is that I'm currently in the region under the 3rd gate you open in the clouds.
Trust me, Skyward Sword is something that you have to discover and experience for yourself.
I know I may still be a bit early in the game, but I keep feeling that Skyward Sword is something very special. The game has an insane amount of polish to it, and it completely blows Twilight Princess out of the water. Twilight Princess isn't a bad game by any means, but it does have a roughness about its edges. Skyward Sword far surpasses it in every way, in terms of graphics, world design, characters, gameplay, and music.
In fact - I know I may really be sticking my neck out here - I believe that Skyward Sword may surpass Ocarina of Time itself. If it carries on the way it has so far, it may well be the best 3D Zelda so far. A Link to the Past is still my all-time favourite Zelda, but even that could lose its place. Let's see how Skyward Sword unfolds!
One thing I really do like about Skyward is that the relationship between Link and Zelda feels more personal. I absolutely loved their interactions in the beginning of the game. XD Previous Zelda games could be pretty much summed up with "here's a princess, now go and save her". In Skyward, she's someone you've known all your life, someone special, and that weaves a more personal thread into the plot.
I definitely like this game so far.
It feels so rewarding to play it after doing the chores/errands for the day. It's the perfect way to unwind and relax.
Don't worry, North Americans - Skyward Sword will be well worth the wait once you get your hands on it.
QUOTE (Phantom_999 @ Nov 21 2011, 09:19 PM)
I'VE GOT IT TODAY!!!!!!!