Zelda: Skyward Sword Global Release Planned
Zelda’s Wii outing is one of the only notable games coming out for the system this year. So fans will be pleased to hear that Nintendo plan on a global release.
Mastermind Eiji Aonuma spoke to Famitsu and said: “The whole game is complete, and we’re fine-tuning the balance right now,” said Aonuma. “We were going to have it wholly done by around E3, but there’s so much volume to it, neither I nor Miyamoto have gotten to fully play out every aspect.”
Concerning the release he added:”The non-English localizations are proceeding along now, and we’re trying to make this a simultaneous worldwide release. You have to put Zelda all out at once or else the story’s going to get spoiled -although, really, there’s a ton to enjoy here even if you know a little about the story beforehand.”
Aonuma also said that Skyward Sword is quite similar to Ocarina of Time. It has a musical tool of some kind, it explains the Master Sword a bit more and Ganondorf’s arrival in Ocarina of Time is detailed.
Sounds good to us. And while you wait for Skyward Sword to be released, you can play the remake of Ocarina of Time that hit the 3DS this month.