Why the focus on Sword in the title? Well, maybe it's because the Wiimote and Nunchuk is actually Link's sword and shield. Taking advantage of the MotionPlus technology, you do things like hold your sword (Wiimote) up in the air to charge it. We saw Miyamoto use the "sword" and "shield" to fight an Octorok. Even going through your items is organic -- you move the Wiimote around to navigate an item wheel (see the gallery for more photos).
Of course, it's not just the sword and shield that engages you with the Wiimote -- it's everything. We also saw the whip used in the same way. The game will be on the show floor this year and be released in 2011, so we have a while to wait yet, but we will bring you further coverage of it very soon. It looks incredible. What do you think of this full motion control action? Yay or nay?
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