The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Página 2

  • MGSmarioPRO 16 Jun 2010 17:07:46 1,524 posts
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    Esqueçam a miséria que foi os movimentos na apresentação da Nintendo neste jogo. Depois de ver no youtube uns vídeos do ign com pessoas a jogarem o jogo, nota-se claramente que o Link responde muito bem aos movimentos completamente ao contrário do que tinha acontecido na conferência. Parece que afinal havia interferência mesmo.
    exemplo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXk95ZXjBMM&playnext_from=TL&videos=HPakICnGmEE&feature=sub
  • J.Carlos 16 Jun 2010 21:55:24 1,436 posts
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    Sim, também já tinha visto e pareceu-me tudo OK.
  • armandao Moderador 17 Jun 2010 10:52:51 9,279 posts
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    Era esse o meu medo....sou fã desta série e assustei-me um bocado qd vi a falha dos movimentos....
    Talvez seja este o jogo que me fará comprar uma Wii...
  • Apagar utilizador 17 Junho 2010 11:09:33
    armandao wrote:
    Era esse o meu medo....sou fã desta série e assustei-me um bocado qd vi a falha dos movimentos....
    Talvez seja este o jogo que me fará comprar uma Wii...


    nao te preocupes. Houve um video na Gamestop onde eles estao a exprimentar o demo e estava tudo as 1000 maravilhas. Wii motion plus realmente torna mais preciso o movimento. Durante a demo no palco havia mesmo alguns problemas...
  • armandao Moderador 17 Jun 2010 12:23:38 9,279 posts
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    É que só ontem vi a conferencia da Nintendo, fui ver o Zelda que era o mais esperado e fiquei....mehhh qdo vi eles a testarem...
  • J.Carlos 20 Jun 2010 01:31:58 1,436 posts
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    No Love for Lefties in Skyward Sword

    For over 20 years, one of the things that set Link apart from other video game heroes was his left-handedness. Many Zelda fans were disappointed that there wasn't a left-handed option in the Wii version of Twilight Princess, and when the newly announced The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword showed a right-handed Link, many fans began to ask if this game would cater for left-handed gamers too. After all, left-handers make up approximately 10% of the population, and I've heard plenty of right-handed gamers say that they'd like to have the option to keep Link left-handed too.

    According to Nintendo's Eiji Aonuma, the game won't cater for left-handers, and he just hopes that everyone will want to play it right-handed.

    It's interesting because people say "all you have to do is switch it." But in reality, it's really hard. You have to change all the models -- you have to make two of everything. So really you're making two complete games, one left-handed version and one right-handed version. We just can't do that. For Twilight Princess, what we did was just create a mirror -- we flipped everything. And if that worked I guess we could do it that way, but again having to create two games is not something we want to do. We just hope that people will play it right-handed.

    Fonte: www.thesacredrealm.net
  • J.Carlos 20 Jun 2010 10:52:49 1,436 posts
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    ^^^^^^

    Isso não tem. No Youtube podes ver:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXk95ZXjBMM
  • Bart.Online 21 Jun 2010 12:34:21 653 posts
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    Uou!Que ganda jogo..mal saia compro!
  • Netweb 21 Jun 2010 18:09:18 27,430 posts
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    Isto deve ser alpha ainda.. os controlos na conferência falharam bué... é o suficiente para perder uma vida e recomeçar o nível de inicio xD
  • J.Carlos 21 Jun 2010 18:33:45 1,436 posts
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    Bart.Online wrote:
    Uou!Que ganda jogo..mal saia compro!

    PODES CRER! Isto vai ser fenomenal, e como já tinha dito, acho que este vai superar o Ocarina of Time! ;)
  • MindStrife 22 Jun 2010 13:59:53 2,380 posts
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    Eu sou esquerdino, ainda bem que a maior parte das pessoas são destras, assim não se sentem discriminadas. =P

    Cumps ;)
  • J.Carlos 24 Jun 2010 15:25:17 1,436 posts
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    Antevisão Eurogamer.pt

    http://www.eurogamer.pt/articles/the-legend-of-zelda-skyward-sword-antevisao
  • J.Carlos 24 Jun 2010 16:53:17 1,436 posts
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    Skyward Sword: A Theorist's Speculation

    It has been almost a year now since I hung up my gear and moved on from the intricacies of the Zelda theorizing community. Yet with all of the details released about Skyward Sword over the last few days, I can't help but let my roots take over and let the theorist part of me go wild. And it has. While we really don't know terribly much about Skyward Sword, we know enough to speculate with regards to the timeline and about how this new game fits into the series. Keep reading for my thoughts of some possible connections to the Oocca, the interlopers, The Hero's Spirit and more.

    First off, let's get what we know out of the way. The Link from Skyward Sword lives in a place above the clouds known as Skyloft. Due to some turn of events, he ends up with the semi-humanoid Skyward Sword which allows him to travel to the land below, Hyrule. Hyrule is being ruled by evil forces. As Link progresses he travels between Hyrule and Skyloft and comes to discover why the two places are separated by the clouds. Eventually the Skyward Sword becomes the Master Sword and... well that's all we know so far. Now for some connections that come to my mind.

    As Skyward Sword is dealing with the Master Sword origin story, that logically means that on the timeline it is going to predate Ocarina of Time. Now while some fans believe The Minish Cap, and on occasions, even more games come before Ocarina of Time, most fans still hold Ocarina of Time as the series' first adventure. Skyward Sword however seems to have taken that slot. Interestingly, three years ago Nick Geml of Zelda Informer wrote an article stating that there may be a hero before Ocarina of Time, and that was based on some vague references from Ocarina of Time. Once Link had turned into adult form Rauru says "As I see you standing there holding the mythical Master Sword, you really do look like the legendary Hero of Time." While most take that to mean that Link lives up to the expected looks of the hero, others have taken the quote to mean that Link looks like the hero of the past who also held the Master Sword. Skyward Sword may contain that hero.

    Twilight Princess is riddled with references to an ancient hero. There's Link's deeds bringing the memory of the ancient hero's kindness to Renaldo's mind and the references when Link receives the Hero's Bow from the Goron's and the Hero's Tunic from Faron. Up until now, it was generally agreed that this must be a reference to the Hero of Time, but considering that Skyward Sword likely predates Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess may have been referring to an earlier hero. The title 'ancient hero' may be more fitting of someone before Ocarina of Time, as opposed to the Hero of Time himself.

    Generally, whoever fans considered the 'ancient hero' to be in Twilight Princess was also who they considered the Hero's Spirit to be. In light of Skyward Sword, perhaps the Hero's Spirit is this new hero. While the Hero's Spirit does bear a striking resemblance to the Hero of Time, as I've written before, he doesn't necessarily have to be. There is the argument of whether the Hero's Spirit being left-handed (GCN) or right handed (Wii) reveals who he is, knowing that the Skyward Sword Link will be right-handed. Nevertheless, there is one strong correlation here. The Hero's Spirit teaches the hidden skills, and howls the wolf songs with Link in a realm in the clouds above Hyrule. Perhaps it has some connection to Skyloft.

    When it comes to living above the clouds in Zelda there's also The Wind Tribe from The Minish Cap, who live on the clouds. That alone is cause to suspect potential correlation, but I see more connections to be drawn to the Oocca and their home in The City in the Sky. The sages are the ones credited with the creation of The Temple of Time and sealing the Sacred Realm with the Master sword. However in Twilight Princess Rusl lets us know that the Oocca also helped. "The ancestors of the Hylians created the temple... Signs of their civilization--ancient, but very sophisticated---are everywhere." When you compare The City in the Sky and The Temple of Time, their construct is very similar. So the Oocca, a race from the sky, helped the sages build the temple. With Skyward Sword we have Link bringing a sword from the sky that eventually becomes the Master Sword. Is this Link somehow correlated to the Oocca? Is the Master sword a gift from the Oocca to the sages? There is potential.
    Skyward Sword Link

    Shad has some interesting information about the Oocca: "Yes, according to legend, Hyrule was made by the Hylians, who, as we all know, are the closest race to the gods. But also according to legend, long ago there was a race even closer to the gods, and some say THESE creatures made the Hylians. When they created the people of Hylia, they simultaneously created a new capital, a city that floated in the heavens." Could this quote here somehow pertain to the explaining Skyward Sword is going to do on why there is a land above the clouds and why it is separated from Hyrule? Maybe it will.

    While we're still on the Oocca and Twilight Princess there is one point that I want to highlight. In Skyward Sword Link travels between Skyloft, "the heavens", and Hyrule, "the land below". Twilight Princess mentions someone who did the same; namely, The Messenger to the Heavens that Impaz tells us of. "Among the legends of my clan, there is a story from the time when the Oocca still maintained contact with the royal family. Yes, it said that a mysterious rod was handed down from the people of the sky, and it was called the Dominion Rod...The rod was only to be carried by the messenger to the heavens when the royal family needed to communicate with the Oocca." Naturally, I always assumed that the messenger came from Hyrule and carried messages to the heavens, but given Skyward Sword I'm willing to accept that perhaps Link from Skyloft may be the messenger. Or if he's not the messenger, there may still be some connection between the messenger and Skyloft.

    The last thing that Skyward Sword has got me speculating about is what exactly the 'evil forces' ruling Hyrule are. While people's opinions will differ depending on their timelines, it is hard to pin-point what exactly the conflict of Skyward Sword will be. Considering it is a Master sword origin story, could it be about the conflict involving the interlopers where the sages had to seal away the Triforce for safekeeping? Could there have been some evil force working in Hyrule before the Civil War that unified the land under the king? Or could Ganondorf somehow have been causing havoc before Ocarina of Time, which is the game most people consider to be his rise to power.

    No doubt, Skyward Sword has a lot of questions to answer. No doubt that when it finally arrives it will raise more questions and provide some answers, but will it provide these answers? While there is the potential for numerous strong connections to elsewhere in the timeline and evidence for theories, do we really expect Nintendo to limit themselves to making connections to what exists? It should not come as a surprise if Nintendo goes their own direction and does what they want, without thinking of these intricacies. Maybe once the game is released some of these ideas will be strengthened as theories, but by no means confirmed. It is interesting food for thought, but only time will tell what speculation is correct. Considering how well theorists were able to identify the Master Sword from the Zelda Wii artwork released a year ago, I would listen to what they have to say about all that we now know about Skyward Sword.

    Fonte: http://www.zeldainformer.com/
  • J.Carlos 6 Ago 2010 23:15:04 1,436 posts
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    Aonuma: Princess Zelda is not the Skyward Sword, Wants to Keep it a Mystery

    "Basically what leads Link on this adventure is the Skyward Sword," said Aonuma. "When that sword is actively guiding Link it actually transforms into a feminine figure. I wouldn't say that it's female per se but it's a feminine figure."

    Yet Aonuma denied that the figure would eventually be revealed as Princess Zelda. "It would be kind of nice to keep this a mystery, but I can tell you right now that it is not Zelda," he said.

    This is from an interview by Official Nintendo Magazine. I am fairly certain most people assumed it wasn't Princess Zelda, but it is still nice to see them confirm it just to squash any rumors. What I find interesting is how they want to keep "who she is" as a secret, and that while she is feminine, she may not entirely be a female. Whatever that is suppose to mean, right? Sounds like this is a mystery we are not going to get to solve until we have the game in our hands.

    More Skyward Sword Nintendo Power Details

    * area from the E3 demo will be divided in the final game
    * bosses from the demo will not appear in their locations from the demo
    * the demo area was the realm below the clouds
    * the demo area was a field, not part of a dungeon
    * once again, field and dungeon layouts are being reworked
    * elements of dungeons and fields are being combined
    * some dungeons may feature areas where you have to run from enemies, or you don't have a weapon
    * there may be more items than the 8 seen in at E3
    * Gorons and Zoras are mentioned in passing, but not confirmed for the game
    * MotionPlus may lead to new puzzle types
    * the sword has a treasure-seeking ability
    * no comments on Ganon appearing
    * no interest in having Link speak due to ruining the image of the character thus far
    * Link does have a method of travel between the two worlds, but that's not being discusses yet

    Since the game is partially set in the sky, any chance Epona is a Pegasus?

    Aonuma - [Laughs] I hadn't thought of that! You surprised me with that one! Of course, you know, Link does have to travel between Skyloft and the land below, and back and forth, so he's obviously going to have to do that via some sort of conveyance. That being said, I'd like to reveal that at a later time, so I don't want to give away too much other than to say that he is going to be traveling between the two. However, I can guarentee he's not going to be flying around like [Pit from] Kid Icarus!

    Some very interesting details. So the demo area is actually part of the field, yet it contains a boss fight? The demo area IS part of the game, even though previously it was stated it wasn't? Treasure seeking sword? Just more fuel to the ever growing speculative fire.
  • V3rt1go Redator, Eurogamer Portugal 21 Abr 2011 20:30:44 1,683 posts
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    Aparentemente vamos ter novo Zelda em Setembro

    Vamos a ver se vai ser este o grande jogo da Nintendo para o Natal na Wii.
  • Apagar utilizador 21 Abril 2011 20:38:37
    Ao tempo que foi anunciado.
  • V3rt1go Redator, Eurogamer Portugal 21 Abr 2011 21:12:51 1,683 posts
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    O quê?
  • Apagar utilizador 21 Abril 2011 22:11:33
    O jogo. Eu achava que já tinha saído.
  • finexi 21 Abr 2011 22:25:08 2,777 posts
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    PedroHenrique wrote:
    O jogo. Eu achava que já tinha saído.
    Atenção acima de tudo. E foi anunciado há nem 1 ano...
  • J.Carlos 23 Abr 2011 21:00:41 1,436 posts
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    finexi wrote:
    PedroHenrique wrote:
    O jogo. Eu achava que já tinha saído.
    Atenção acima de tudo. E foi anunciado há nem 1 ano...

    O primeiro trailer sim, mas o jogo em si foi anunciado em Junho de 2009.
  • finexi 23 Abr 2011 21:09:58 2,777 posts
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    J.Carlos wrote:
    finexi wrote:
    PedroHenrique wrote:
    O jogo. Eu achava que já tinha saído.
    Atenção acima de tudo. E foi anunciado há nem 1 ano...

    O primeiro trailer sim, mas o jogo em si foi anunciado em Junho de 2009.
    ? Por terem dito que estavam a trabalhar num novo Zelda...? Nem se sabia o nome... O jogo foi anunciado oficialmente na E3 2010, quando se soube o nome e quando se soube os primeiros detalhes. Pela tua lógica o FIFA 2045 também está anunciado, mas ainda não se sabe de nada...
  • J.Carlos 23 Abr 2011 21:18:32 1,436 posts
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    finexi wrote:
    J.Carlos wrote:
    finexi wrote:
    PedroHenrique wrote:
    O jogo. Eu achava que já tinha saído.
    Atenção acima de tudo. E foi anunciado há nem 1 ano...

    O primeiro trailer sim, mas o jogo em si foi anunciado em Junho de 2009.
    ? Por terem dito que estavam a trabalhar num novo Zelda...? Nem se sabia o nome... O jogo foi anunciado oficialmente na E3 2010, quando se soube o nome e quando se soube os primeiros detalhes. Pela tua lógica o FIFA 2045 também está anunciado, mas ainda não se sabe de nada...

    Mas foram ditas pequenas informações, daí eu dizer isso.
    Mas claro que só se soube o nome e foi mostrado o trailer em 2010.
  • Blair. 21 Jul 2011 21:02:13 583 posts
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    Trailer Comic-Con

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASCayUVebr0&feature=player_embedded
  • fearme3 Equipa 21 Jul 2011 21:15:00 5,357 posts
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    Blair. wrote:
    Trailer Comic-Con

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASCayUVebr0&feature=player_embedded

    http://www.eurogamer.pt/videos/zelda-skyward-sword-comiccon-trailer
  • Blair. 22 Jul 2011 23:29:40 583 posts
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    Gameplay
  • armandao Moderador 29 Ago 2011 19:09:53 9,279 posts
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    É meu!!
    http://uk.wii.ign.com/articles/119/1191301p1.html
  • J.Carlos 29 Ago 2011 21:47:43 1,436 posts
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    armandao wrote:
    É meu!!
    http://uk.wii.ign.com/articles/119/1191301p1.html

    HEHE, aquele comando dourado...!
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