Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Upgrade Details - TGS 2011

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Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Upgrade Details - TGS 2011
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Added: 16-09-2011
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What's up gamers it's your girl Andrea Rene here for Clevver Games with new details on The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword. Nintendo unleashed a bunch of content at the Tokyo Game Show this week and with that avalanche came new details about one of the signature franchises. . First off, Skyward Sword will be long. I mean, REALLY long. Miyamoto said it could users anywhere from 50 to 100 hours to complete, making it by far the longest Zelda game ever. The game will also feature hint movies similar to what we saw in Ocarina of Time 3D. Plus there will be a second playthrough option that will likey be a Master Quest and a boss rush mode. . Most importantly though, there will be an extensive upgrade system for Link. He will collect items, like amber and skull which was shown in the new gameplay video, and use them at a blacksmith to make his shield stronger. It looks like there will be a large variety of objects that you can collect over the course of the game, and it will interesting to see what they all can do. . What do you guys think of this upgrading system? Did you like the simple system Zelda had before utilizing fairies? Or will this version provide a better RPG enhanced system? Let me know your thoughts in a comment below. I'll bring you more news from the Tokyo Game Show right here on Clevver Games so make sure to hit subscribe and follow us on Twitter @clevvergames for all the latest headlines. Thanks for watching, I'm Andrea Rene and I'll see you next time.

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