Designed to take advantage of the extra precision the Wii MotionPlus attachment and controller affords, Skyward Sword lets you play as Link and engage in one-to-one sword fights using your Wii-Mote. Better yet, you could be waving a Triforce-powered gold Wii MotionPlus controller...um...sword in front of your television -- if you manage to grab one of the limited edition bundles before they sell out.
Whether you buy just the game or the box set, the first production run/shipment will include a music CD that features some of the franchise's most iconic pieces, performed by an orchestral. After all, Zelda's epic score is as much a part of the cannon's DNA as its gold game cartridges.
The game plus music CD retails for $49.99 while the box set with the gold Wii-mote with MotionPlus, game and music CD will set you back $69.99. You could try your luck for these items on Black Friday to possibly shave a few dollars off but you would have to fight the crazy crowds for the minimal savings. Or you could already be playing Skyward Sword on Black Friday...
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