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Nintendo 64[edit]

Type 1 (タイプ1?) Type 2 (タイプ2?) Type 3 (タイプ3?) Control
Neutral control Neutral control Neutral control Move cursor
Left dpad or Left c Left dpad or Left c Z button Strafe left
Right dpad or Right c Right dpad or Right c R button Strafe right
L button or R button Up dpad or Up c A button Jump
Z button Z button B button Fire
A button L button or R button Left c or Down c Switch cursors

GameCube[edit]

Type 1 (タイプ1?) Type 2 (タイプ2?) Type 3 (タイプ3?) Control
Neutral control, Neutral cstick Neutral control, Neutral cstick Neutral control, Neutral cstick Move cursor
Left dpad or Y button Left dpad or Y button L button Strafe left
Right dpad or X button Right dpad or X button R button Strafe right
Z button or R button Up dpad A button Jump
L button L button B button Fire
A button Z button or R button Y button Switch cursors

Wii Classic[edit]

Type 1 (タイプ1?) Type 2 (タイプ2?) Type 3 (タイプ3?) Control
Neutral lstick, Neutral rstick Neutral lstick, Neutral rstick Neutral lstick, Neutral rstick Move cursor
Left dpad or Y button Left dpad or Y button L button Strafe left
Right dpad or X button Right dpad or X button R button Strafe right
Zl button, Zr button, or R button Up dpad A button Jump
L button L button B button Fire
A button Zl button, Zr button, or R button Y button Switch cursors

Special techniques[edit]

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Select controller:
Nintendo 64, GameCube,Wii (classic)
  • Rolling: Double-tap either Strafe button to perform a roll. This moves your character quickly to either side.
  • Double-Jumping: Jump, then press the Jump button again to perform a second jump in mid-air.
  • Sword Attack: Press the Fire button when an enemy or projectile is near to swing your sword. You can use this to deflect enemy projectiles.
  • Switching Cursors: Press the Switch cursors button to toggle between the Manual cursor (red) and the Lock-on cursor (purple). The Manual cursor must be aimed manually with Neutral control. The Lock-on cursor, once it's placed over an enemy, will lock on to that enemy and follow its movements automatically as long as you don't touch Neutral control. However, when using the Lock-on cursor, your shots are weaker.