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Link (Skyward Sword) amiibo (The Legend of Zelda Collection)

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About the Game

In the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword game, Link ventures off a floating island called Skyloft to the lands below in search of his childhood friend. The sword he holds is inhabited by the spirit Fi, who guides him on his quest.

Release Date: 23rd June 2017

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About the Accessory

About amiibo

Link (Skyward Sword) amiibo (The Legend of Zelda Collection)

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Product Details







 
  • Platform: amiibo
  • Release Date: 23/06/2017
  • Franchise: The Legend of Zelda
  • Age Rating: 3 and over



WARNING! Not suitable for children under 3 years. Choking hazard. Small parts.

Reviews

Link (Skyward Sword) amiibo (The Legend of Zelda Collection) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

44 reviews

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Build quality
9.1
Connectivity
9.1
Design / Pose
9.3
Overall rating
9.3
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 44 reviews
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10 out of 10

George

Watford GB
A great Amiibo! Wish they made more stock to stop scalpers though.
Confirmed purchase: 23 June 2017
Published on: 11 July 2017
9 out of 10

MARK

Houghton Regis GB
My only gripe is that his sword looks more like a banana more than anything when I received mine.
Confirmed purchase: 22 June 2017
Published on: 10 July 2017
10 out of 10

Hassan

Chorlton GB
The link amiibo is very intricate and as a result, looks very good.
Confirmed purchase: 21 June 2017
Published on: 09 July 2017
10 out of 10

Richard

Pontypool GB
I see a lot of people on social media complaining the sword is bent, mine is ok.
The action pose of the amiibo is great
Confirmed purchase: 21 June 2017
Published on: 09 July 2017
7 out of 10

Benjy

London GB
amiibo are not what they were initially advertised to be. The Zelda series of amiibo is a great example of that. Initially, at least from how I see it, amiibo were envisioned as cross-compatible data transfer devices, allowing multiple people with the same game and different compatible games to use data from one in another.
But the majority of the Zelda series has literally only been used as a means to unlock content that is otherwise inaccessible in Breath of the Wild.

Wolf Link is actually a different story because it uses data from Twilight Princess HD in an interesting way that actually affects Wolf Link's stats in BotW - so I'll give full credit to Wolf Link.

But all of the other Zelda series amiibo have not been used in such an interesting way.

I like what Splatoon 2 is doing, allowing you to save custom builds so you can use your favourite Inkling setup on a console that may not have that equipment unlocked. That's an amazing use of amiibo.
Yoshi's Woolly World also used them in a similar way to save your custom Yoshi design and use it on someone's console.

But since I'm writing about the Zelda amiibo...well, I'm sorry. I'm not impressed.
Confirmed purchase: 23 June 2017
Published on: 07 July 2017

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