I only played the Wii version, so it might feel a bit odd when I get started, although it was a couple of years since I last played Skyward Sword so maybe I won't remember anyway I do remember the first part being annoying, trying to get out of the cell!From the videos, it looks like this will be based on original (non mirrored) GameCube version without motion controls
As most of you know Twilight Princess was originally released on both GC & Wii at the same time. However due to Link being a leftie (& holding his sword in his left hand) the Wii version is a mirror version of the proper GC level designs.
Doesn't make much difference to gameplay but nice to get the dungeons etc as they were originally designed. Also the motion controls were tacked on so didn't control as well as GC version with traditional controls.
Argos is listing this game plus amiibo for next day delivery. Surely this is a mistake. Not sure whether to risk it. 2 months early is a bit much for it to be genuine?Buy The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Wii U Game at Argos.co.uk - Your Online Shop for Nintendo Wii U games.
Sure if you enjoy wasting your own timeWhat's the worst that can happen? You get the Wii game and have to go to argos for a refund?
Link showing as £44.99 for me... would be nice if it does come down a bit and I can benefit from the Amazon preorder price policyAmazon has it for preorder for £35.85 right now. Bargain!
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD - Limited Edition (Nintendo Wii U): Amazon.co.uk: PC & Video Games