[E3 2010] Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword’s Art Style Gets a Big Thumbs Up From Me

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword‘s art style, which combines the more realistic world and character designs of Twilight Princess with the more whimsical cartoon style of Wind Waker, seems to be stirring up a lot of mixed emotions amongst gamers. But from my perspective, the visuals look fantastic, and I especially like the painterly fusion style. So, big thumbs up from me on the new look, Nintendo!

Where do you stand on the art style? Yay? Nay? Somewhere in between? Well, before you make up your mind, be sure to watch the trailer and skim through the first screenshots — you know where to find ’em…

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