It was okay..... but, the graphics weren't as good as I thought and it didn't have as much of a plot than I thought. But, the Wii Motion Plus helped the game a load, with the action/fighting great!!!!!! So all in out, it was pretty fair because graphics weren't that great, not much of a plot, but, it has great action.
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One of my favorite games of all time is Ocarina of Time, and Twilight Princess did a good job of holding up to my Zelda expectations. So I went into Skyward Sword expecting the same kind of thrill.
I'll admit I didn't get very far (about halfway through the first "temple") but I came out sorely disappointed. From the beginning, the story never really grabbed me as exciting.
My main annoyance with this game is the use of the sword with the Wii controller. It does not flow like it should for it to be the main part of the game. I almost died to a simple enemy like a spider because I couldn't get the thrust to work.
Younger players who really like the Wii (I have an Xbox and a Wii, and I've only enjoyed a few Wii games) will probably enjoy this more, but if you go into this game expecting the same level as Ocarina and Twilight Princess, prepare to be extremely disappointed.