Nintendo Switch fan finds Skyward sword accessory hilarious and impractical

An eagle-eyed Zelda fan discovers a Skyward Sword HD accessory that turns a Joy-Con into a Master Sword – and could make game cards fly.

A Nintendo fan recently came across a weird and impractical Switch controller accessory inspired by Link’s famous Master Sword from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD. Last July saw the release of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD for the Nintendo Switch, and although this new version of the 2011 Wii classic added standard button-based controls, Nintendo’s marketing for the game seemed to largely focus on and encourage the use of the motion controls that defined the original skyward sword.

As was the case with the Nintendo Wii, the Switch offers a wide range of peripherals allowing players to shape their Joy-Con controllers like swords, guns or even Ring Fit Adventure Hoola-hoop type controller. The Legend of Zelda is no stranger to this kind of peripherals, like the 2007 spin-off title Link’s Crossbow Training was packaged with the Wii Zapper gun accessory, allowing players to aim Link’s crossbow in a surprisingly solid title that almost spawned a Zelda multiplayer FPS suite. Other motion control peripherals simulated what it would be like to wield The Legend of Zelda Link’s iconic Matching Master Sword and Hyrule Shield while playing the original Legend of Zelda: Skyward Swordand now it looks like history has repeated itself with the release of Skyward Sword HD almost ten years later.

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twitter user Akfamilyhouse recently shared a photo of a third-party Nintendo Switch device that looks like The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD’s Master Sword. To use, the player inserts one of the Switch’s two detachable Joy-Con controller halves into the sword’s hilt – which will allow the player to swing the controller like a real sword while playing. Skyward Sword HD. Strangely enough, this accessory also contains several slots along the blade of the sword that can store Nintendo Switch game cards, although Akfamilyhome and other users in the comments section have noted the impracticality of this in pointing out how the cards could detach and fly. on the living room during a particularly lively gaming session.


Skyward Sword HD’s Controller Peripheral Isn’t Very Convenient

The discovery of this The Legend of Zelda device comes at a time when gamers are still enjoying skyward swordthe immediate successor to , 2017 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. A brand new sequel to BOTW was originally slated for later this year, but producer Eiji Aonuma reportedly announces it’s been delayed to Spring 2023 to allow more time for polish. This sudden delay had the perverse effect of renewing rumors of remakes of other old Zelda titles like The awakening of the wind and Twilight Princess in a manner similar to Skyward Sword HDbut previous Zelda Port developer Tantalus Media denied being approached by Nintendo for such a project.


No matter Zelda the game comes out next, whether it’s a remake or the highly anticipated Breath of the Wild 2it may not be a good idea for gamers to use the third party Skyward Sword HD device featured in Akfamilyhome’s latest social media post given how easy it could be to lose one of their other Nintendo Switch games that could be stored along its toy-like blade – and sent flying into the great unknown after an unfortunate swing from the Master Sword. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD can be played with both motion controls or a more traditional button-based layout, but fans looking to recreate the feel of Link’s sword in their hands might want to pursue a more hands-on option.


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Source: Akfamilyhome/Twitter

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