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This game came with high expectations: it met them spectacularly. It has great gameplay that will surely be replayable many times.
The controls were different and a little difficult to get used to, but once you got it down it is simply amazing. No longer do you have to just hit buttons, now you have to move the controller and hit buttons. I was expecting a full range of movement for the sword via the controller but you only get one basic move, but many others that don't include a full range of movement.
All together, this game is amazing: great story line, great gameplay, and great graphics.
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