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Qsabe

Qsabe

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#1

Qsabe commented on E3 2012: Miyamoto Talks Zelda Wii U Experiments:

@3DSonicPizza I am 76 years old and have loved Zelda games for longer than many game players have been around. The one exception was Skyward sword. That game is laying unfinished. Instead of creating a lot of great new ways to play a game, lets hope for a new story to wrap a game around. Lately that is where Zelda is falling flat. Standing on the couch jumping up and down while waving your arms around doesn't make up for a poor story line..

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#2

Qsabe commented on Talking Point: Why Skyward Sword Sales Failed ...:

Skyward sword is laying in my games drawer still uncompleted. The Wii was so hard to come by at it's launch, I bought the Twilight Princess for the Cube. It was an excellent and fun game in that genre. When I finally was able to get my hands on a Wii, I bought TP for it. Not bad but not as much fun as the cube version. Instead of curling up in the corner and playing a fun game, I was now standing up trying to point the thing in my hand. I finished it, but was unimpressed. Did the routine, bought the favorites, Mario Galaxy and such. they were fun. But the Wii and it's motion controller became a less than fun game box. Now I'm an older guy, old enough to have purchased every Zelda game for the TV since the it's launch with OoT. I even got the Master Quest to satisfy my Zelda passion while waiting for Windwaker. I consider it one of my favorite series, but here I was buying a PS3 to get games I could curl up and enjoy playing on my large screen TV. When Skyward Sword was released, I was on the pre-order list. Got the attachment for my wand to wave around, but the game was a sever disappointment. The entire game was built around attempting to accomplish simple actions while standing on the couch waving my arms around. I kind of liked the toon shaded thing again, but the action and storyline that in initially hooked me on the series was missing. Just accomplishing simple task was not fun but annoying. I don't have a Wii U and most likely will never buy one until a Zelda with a good story line and a curl up in the corner controller is available. I wish Nintendo would allow Sony to create some of it's really good titles, I would really like to play them curled up on the couch with a real controller. The only Nintendo game played here now is my wife and her daily Animal Crossing hour. Even that game where to have more towns you need to buy another game machine is a disappointment. Memory cards were so nice.