Check out the improvements in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD

As expected, the improvements include a feature dedicated to Fi. One of the biggest criticisms is that the character in the Wii version of the game is constantly forced into the picture by dialogues that have to be tapped away, to explain the function of various items or insects. Each time the game is restarted, this information is repeated about each item being picked.

The Switch Fi version should only show in short or “when needed” scenes, but it can still be called up manually for advice. Information about items that have been picked is displayed only once and then not shown again.

Moreover, the Switch game runs at 60 frames per second, which offers a much smoother experience compared to the Wii version. On-screen dialogs can also be quickly redirected by pressing the B button. Cutscenes can also be skipped entirely – for that, players can press the minus button. In-game introductory tutorials have also been updated to make it less intrusive. Finally, game progress is saved automatically, although it is still possible to save manually.

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD launches on July 16th for the Nintendo Switch. The game features a traditional game world with dungeons, but has a unique feature that players can use Joy-Con controllers to determine the direction of left sword strikes. However, it is also possible to play the entire game using buttons, such as found on the Switch Light and Pro Controller. The right analog stick allows the sword to be pushed in different directions.

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