The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword - Episode 30: Link & Fi Future, A Shift in Time





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Published on Dec 14, 2011

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Title: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Release Date: November 20, 2011
Publisher: Nintendo
Licensing: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo EAD
Console(s) Available: Nintendo Wii
Multiplayer Settings: None
Rating: E(10+) - Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence, Comic Mischief
Supported Controls: Wii Remote/Nunchuck with Wii Motion Plus (Required)
No online experience available

SonicBlueSky's Personal Comment:

I'm writing this the night before Skyward Sword is released. It's 4 am here in California, and I've only been able to get 3 hours of sleep.
Since I ever began gaming, I had two heroes stand with me since the beginning: Sonic the Hedgehog, who is arguably the hedgehog that brought me into gaming, and Link, the little Hylian who gave me something greater. I loved Sonic the Hedgehog for giving me something I'll never be able to let go of, nor would I want to, but Link gave me something more. He gave me a solid image. He made me a true gamer. I owe him for the kind of life I'll lead. I've chosen to make a career out of my interest in gaming. I started this fantastic hobby on YouTube, in which I've met so many outstanding and amazing people, including my girlfriend, Erin. None of this would have happened had I not played "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time" back when I was just a wee lad of 7 or 8 years old. And since then, I've grown up with Link, watched him evolve from the Hylian boy, to the Hero of Time; from a simple islander, to the Hero of Winds, and from a goat farmer, to the Hero of Light. He's defined me as a gamer, and taught me so many important morals I'll carry forever and teach my kids someday: "No matter the outcome, and no matter what you might face, so long as you have the courage, you can win. You will win."
I'd like to say Happy Birthday to Shigeru Miyamoto, who recently turned 59 years old 4 days ago, as of today. Without your creations, I wouldn't be who I am today. And of course, I'd like to say Happy Birthday to Link. 25 years of rewriting the fantasy adventure genre, and still giving us more. I now stand ready to share my experiences of living with The Legend of Zelda for more than 10 years with this Let's Play. And I won't be alone. I'll be sharing it with all of you, reading this. My childhood, my teenage years, and what will be a glimpse of my future, will meet in an emotional clash of anticipation and nostalgia. I'll make memories, not only of my experiences, but of all of yours as well. 25 years have led to this moment. Here's to 25 more.
"Together, today, we will embark on our own journey one of shared experiences, of individual perceptions, but with one shared love at the heart of it." -AvalancheMike (Zeldauniverse.net)

Have a great morning everyone.


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