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Feedback -- The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword And Kinect 2 Rumors

Posted: November 30, 2011
Feedback -- The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword And Kinect 2 Rumors
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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is the topic of discussion on this episode of Feedback.

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  • AXE3_25XX_EXE

    Nice feedback, best one yet, more Jessica, less Adam, nothing personal. Anyway, i wish that Capcom would consider to put black super heroes like Luke Cage, Falcon, Black Panther, or Nick Fury as well as Capcom characters like Dudley or Balrog, at least one black super hero for Marvel.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 7:27 PM
    AXE3_25XX_EXE
  • XGrlGamerX

    Thanks for answering my question! :)

    I personally would have chosen the Zelda franchise or maybe even King's Quest (a little advance, but I was 8 when I completed 7).

    I have to agree with the girls though, "Go outside and play" is a boring game. lol

    Posted: November 30, 2011 7:21 PM
    XGrlGamerX
  • 5thGeneral

    These women are completely off on the control issues in Skyward Sword. As was mentioned by other posters, the game only uses the sensor bar to calibrate right at the beginning and then never again. You can even unplug the sensor bar and the game will play flawlessly. Jessica should have never been hit in the face by the wire, she was obviously flailing and didn't "get" how motion plus works.

    Here's the problem I think is happening, they're moving the controls position and fail to re-center it. The game recognizes were you're pointing the controller, so if you're pointing to the left of the TV, the game assumes that's the "center" of the screen. If you change how you're sitting and all of a sudden you move the control to the right of the TV, you're no longer pointing at the "center" , so, you click "c" to look around, press down on the cross pad and re-center it. If you fail to re-center the controller, you're gonna have bad controls.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 7:20 PM
    5thGeneral
  • 5thGeneral

    These women are completely off on the control issues in Skyward Sword. As was mentioned by other posters, the game only uses the sensor bar to calibrate right at the beginning and then never again. You can even unplug the sensor bar and the game will play flawlessly. Jessica should have never been hit in the face by the wire, she was obviously flailing and didn't "get" how motion plus works.

    Here's the problem I think is happening, they're moving the controls position and fail to re-center it. The game recognizes were you're pointing the controller, so if you're pointing to the left of the TV, the game assumes that's the "center" of the screen. If you change how you're sitting and all of a sudden you move the control to the right of the TV, you're no longer pointing at the "center" , so, you click "c" to look around, press down on the cross pad and re-center it. If you fail to re-center the controller, you're gonna have bad controls.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 7:19 PM
    5thGeneral
  • 5thGeneral

    These women are completely off on the control issues in Skyward Sword. As was mentioned by other posters, the game only uses the sensor bar to calibrate right at the beginning and then never again. You can even unplug the sensor bar and the game will play flawlessly. Jessica should have never been hit in the face by the wire, she was obviously flailing and didn't "get" how motion plus works.

    Here's the problem I think is happening, they're moving the controls position and fail to re-center it. The game recognizes were you're pointing the controller, so if you're pointing to the left of the TV, the game assumes that's the "center" of the screen. If you change how you're sitting and all of a sudden you move the control to the right of the TV, you're no longer pointing at the "center" , so, you click "c" to look around, press down on the cross pad and re-center it. If you fail to re-center the controller, you're gonna have bad controls.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 7:15 PM
    5thGeneral
  • Flasherflash

    Redguard=Black People in Skyrim.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 7:14 PM
    Flasherflash
  • 5thGeneral

    These women are completely off on the control issues in Skyward Sword. As was mentioned by other posters, the game only uses the sensor bar to calibrate right at the beginning and then never again. You can even unplug the sensor bar and the game will play flawlessly. Jessica should have never been hit in the face by the wire, she was obviously flailing and didn't "get" how motion plus works.

    Here's the problem I think is happening, they're moving the controls position and fail to re-center it. The game recognizes were you're pointing the controller, so if you're pointing to the left of the TV, the game assumes that's the "center" of the screen. If you change how you're sitting and all of a sudden you move the control to the right of the TV, you're no longer pointing at the "center" , so, you click "c" to look around, press down on the cross pad and re-center it. If you fail to re-center the controller, you're gonna have bad controls.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 7:14 PM
    5thGeneral
  • XGrlGamerX

    Thanks for answering my question! :)

    I personally would have chosen the Zelda franchise or maybe even King's Quest (a little advance, but I was 8 when I completed 7).

    I have to agree with the girls though, "Go outside and play" is a boring game. lol

    Posted: November 30, 2011 7:00 PM
    XGrlGamerX
  • Namzor

    Seems they're turning the Kinect 2 into a Voight-Kampff machine. Seriously though, one of the cutest Feedbacks in a long time.

    Sigh, thinking of Blade Runner makes me want to play the the '97 Westwood game again or complain why we don't have Spinners yet...........

    Posted: November 30, 2011 6:55 PM
    Namzor
  • Arm3g3don

    What is Nikole doing out of her corner?!

    Good to see some variety of guests on the show.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 6:48 PM
    Arm3g3don
  • zimmy91

    To get mew in the original game you basically have to glitch the game...

    Posted: November 30, 2011 6:35 PM
    zimmy91
  • Bitshift3r

    Gaming injustices: sexism, racism, and homophobia. I think game companies enable this crap by not verbally coming out against it. I doubt these companies can actively do anything about it, but put up a notice in the primary loading screen/intros please.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 6:13 PM
    Bitshift3r
  • Vancoor

    Blair with the ladies. I like this.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 6:09 PM
    Vancoor
  • hay_hay

    I started watching this and all it has been for 30 minutes has been obnoxious rambling about unrelated subject matter (though I did have to skip around after a while, I may have missed a minute where they mentioned something actually relating to SS). I've never watched one of these, but it honestly seems like a waste of everyone's time. I spent some time in the comments section and it looks like one of the main points made was bitching about the motion controls. That is a low blow in my opinion. I have put around 65~ hours or so into it and the motion controls are surprisingly very accurate. I am someone who has always loathed motion controls. The Wii is hands down my least favorite console out there, but SS is incredible. The motion plus must have made the difference. Anyways SS is amazing. Its metacritic rating is a 95 which is absurdly high (though I agree with it). The motion controls are accurate, you just have to plan out your movements, you can't flail wildly or you will be destroyed by the simplest of enemies. I just take issue when reviewers fault a game on their inability to play it correctly, rather than actual game flaws. G4 is really just frustrating in my eyes. It baffles me how popular they are.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 6:02 PM
    hay_hay
  • jonmann19

    dubstep assasins creed was awesome

    Posted: November 30, 2011 5:51 PM
    jonmann19
  • TraumaHunter

    More Nikole and Leah please....Please.

    Not hating on Jess..But a little variety please.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 5:49 PM
  • TraumaHunter

    More Nikole and Leah please....Please.

    Not hating on Jess..But a little variety please.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 5:42 PM
  • CareyGrant

    1) If no one bought sequels, then we would no longer see sequel games made. Simple. We, the customers, are responsible for sequels. They sell. Video game companies are in the business to make money, so they make sequels, because WE BUY THEM!

    2) I miss Adam. I mean, I REALLY miss The Sessler. Feedback has become Feedback Lite; no offense to Blair, I like him, but the depth and quality of conversation just aren't the same. Feedback needs verbose, well-spoken people like Matt, Stephen or Adam to bring those big brains to the party.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 5:34 PM
    CareyGrant
  • Axle_Magnum

    I could help the "Pokemon Advocate" (don't know her name) find Mew: You can't beat the guy with the Slowpoke in Cerulean Cape or the Gambler just to the right of Saffron City that's facing the entrance to the Underground. You also need to know Fly and have been to Lavender Town. Walk in front of the Gambler and press start really fast and Fly to Cerulean. He'll have an "!" over his head, but you'll fly away. Walk up the Cerulean Cape to the Slowpoke guy. Walk in front of him, and make him walk to you. Beat him and Fly to Lavender. Walk to the exit to the left. The start menu will pop up. Press B and you'll get into a fight. It's Mew!

    Posted: November 30, 2011 5:29 PM
  • Seluhir

    You guys should have Leah and Nikole on every one of these. They just add such a pleasant touch to it. I don't care if it means you have to have more than 3 people on here, they need to be there.

    Posted: November 30, 2011 5:18 PM
    Seluhir
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