The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is a Nintendo Switch remaster of the Wii classic, with Nintendo improving the visuals, adding numerous quality-of-life improvements and – most important of all – implementing physical controls so you no longer have to wiggle your arm like a sword.
I played the entirety of Skyward Sword HD on the Nintendo Switch Lite to determine whether the physical controls were up to scratch.
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