Nintendo wants you to know that The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will be worth the wait, promising that the game will be the company's biggest project to date. Yes, even bigger than Ice Climber!
"This is the biggest project that Nintendo has ever done, videogame wise," said Nintendo of America PR man, David Young. "A gigantic team of people have been creating this game for months, having put tons of hours into it.
"The great thing about Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword is that it's filled with content so as you're going through exploring dungeons from place to place you're going to find tons of different things to explore, see and collect."
Skyward Sword has taken roughly 100,000 years to develop, so I should hope it's been a huge undertaking! The focus on Wii U and NoA's almost total abandonment of the Wii this year has dampened my focus on the game, but my excitement to finally play it is recovering. I imagine I'll be rabid for the thing as we approach its launch.
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