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# Zelda’s Dungeons in Skyward Sword HD

Have you been wondering about the dungeons in the upcoming game, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD? In a recent interview with developers, we learned some exciting details about what to expect.

# Dungeon Variety

One of the main takeaways from the interview was the emphasis on diversity among the dungeons. According to Takizawa, the team faced a challenge in creating a “wide variety” of dungeons. To overcome this challenge, they made sure each dungeon carries its own regional look and feel, just like traditional The Legend of Zelda games. This way, players can look forward to a unique experience in each dungeon.

# Unique Environments

In addition to regional diversity, the dungeons also vary in terms of their unique environments. For example, one dungeon connects directly from Hyrule’s surface. If you dive from the sky straight into the dungeon, you’ll trigger an event. This new experience was not possible in the previous game, making it an exciting addition for players.

# Difficulty Level

According to Takizawa, the new dungeons were quite a challenge to develop. Players can expect a satisfying challenge as each dungeon is huge and carries its own unique look and feel. This makes for a more immersive experience for players as they must adapt to each dungeon’s challenges.

Overall, the developers seem to be prioritizing creativity and immersion when it comes to Skyward Sword HD’s dungeons. Zelda fans can look forward to exploring a wide variety of dungeons with unique environments and difficulty levels.

– Nintendo Life. (2021, June 15). Feature: Up Close And Personal With Eiji Aonuma On The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD.

– GameSpot. (2021, June 15). The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD – Official Overview Trailer.

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