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Want to see the entire Skyward Sword E3 2011 Demo… completed in one sitting? Well, now we have that. At E3 2011 there was a time-limit as to how long you were able to play. I believe 15 minutes was the time limit before the game shut off on you, sending you back to the main screen, allowing the next person in line to play. Well, HyruleTSA has proved that it is possible to complete all three portions of the…

CVG recently posted their thoughts on the Skyward Sword Demo from E3. They were the only ones to complete the dungeon section in the time alloted, so they have a leg up on the rest of the press. Their article mentions that the overall layout of the dungeon is more expansive than we have seen in previous Zelda games. Meaning that rather than heading from one room to another, the dungeon is mostly one huge room with lots of puzzles…

Yesterday we reported on the Irate Gamer’s opinion that Skyward Sword has clunky controls. During that same video, he made it crystal clear that he wants a more adult oriented Zelda game. He went on to praise the Zelda Wii U tech demo that was shown at E3 2011 and he hopes that a future Zelda game does look like this. The Irate Gamer took things one step further in creating his own custom version of the Zelda Wii U…

The Irate Gamer is a very controversial game reviewer who some view is a direct knock-off the Angry Video Game Nerd. He also happens to be a journalist of sorts and attends various gaming events and conventions. He recently attended E3 2011 and has put together the Top 5 E3 2011 disappointments. Listed at #5 on his list is none other than… Skyward Sword? Jump inside to see what he had to say, as well as my own thoughts.

As I had expected, Nintendo’s E3 2011 press conference treated us with not another gameplay trailer but a cinematic trailer for Skyward Sword featuring much of the early story. It was well put together, giving us a good feel of what the beginning of the game will be like without actually revealing too much of the story itself. It’s enough to prepare us for it while still allowing us the full experience when the game finally comes out. As always…

Our affiliate websites at Zelda Universe and Zelda Informer are at E3 and got their chance to play through the three different demo versions of Skyward Sword. There were demos for a brand new flight mode, a dungeon setting, and a boss battle. Alex Plant of Zelda Informer wrote an extensive Impressions article discussing everything from the flight mechanics, some storyline information, the motion controls, and the boss battle. You can see a bullet point summary after the jump, along…

UPDATE: We fixed the broken link of the video. A full trailer separate from the one shown during the conference has been posted and you can see it above. The other trailer shown during the press conference can be seen after the jump. A new trailer for Skyward Sword was shown at this mornings E3 Press Conference. We are still awaiting a high quality version of the trailer, but here is a quick look at it. It was part of…

Nintendo has just released 12 brand new screenshots for the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. You can view all 12 images after the jump or check out all the screenshots we have to date for the game over at our image gallery. Stay tuned all week for more coverage on the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.

With all the latest news with Ocarina of Time 3D popping up almost on a daily basis, Skyward Sword has really taken a backseat. In fact, very little of anything has been even talked about with Skyward Sword. The last official announcements that I could even remember, was that the game development was going to take up through the end of the year. Although that quote was from last year, meaning the development would complete in 2010 and an early…