The most in-depth preview (with ten hours of gameplay put in) has been posted at IGN. Reading this is making my skin crawl.
After I spent 10 hours with the game, I barely managed to squeak by two temples, with the third so far off that I could scarcely imagine getting there, let alone approach the objective. (For the record, out of 30 or so journalists, nobody came close to the third temple.) I asked how long it took Nintendo's testers to complete the entire game the first time through. The answer is a whopping 70-plus hours.
There's no way to know for sure how it'll all turn out yet, as even with 10 hours under my belt I've only scratched the surface. However, if the game keeps up or gets better - as Nintendo's people promise that it does - there is simply no way that the adventure will remembered as anything but a masterful classic and quite possibly the best launch title in the history of the business.
The Wii controls really work:
Now, slashing Link's sword with the remote feels very good and using the device to aim and target with weapons like the Hero's Bow and Gale Boomerang absolutely demolishes the traditional configuration. There really is no comparison - and there's no going back.
And it's drop-dead gorgeous (to note, the forum cuts these images off to fit. open them in a new window to view them full size):
They're calling it bigger, better, and more perfect than Ocarina of Time, which is thought by many as the best video game ever.
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