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Tuesday, 18 October 2011 08:15

Left-handers out of luck in Skyward Sword

Written by David Stellmack

 

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Reported southpaw mode turns out to be bunk

Nintendo has officially confirmed that despite a number of rumors that the upcoming The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword would offer a special mode for left-handed players, this is simply inaccurate.

While the game will use the MotionPlus technology, it will not allow left-handed players to flip flop controls. According to what Nintendo told Kotaku, the suggested southpaw mode does not exist and will not be part of the game.

With the Wii U coming next, it is largely expected that The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will be one of the last major titles for the Wii platform when it arrives in November. While a number of developers still have titles in the pipeline for the Wii, the number of releases is definitely starting to slow down.

Read more about no left-handed mode here.

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