Yes, but note that both games require the Nunchuck attachment as well.
Twilight Princess requires any kind of Remote, and a Nunchuck attachment.
Skyward Sword requires a Remote, MotionPlus, and a Nunchuck attachment.
There are two versions of the original Remote (or "Wiimote"):
The original Remote has more limited motion ...
No, you can't really do anything for him (at this moment in time anyway).
Just leave him be in the Sealed Grounds, he'll be fine. Sometimes being shown up to be useless actually motivates people to be more helpful in future.
I didn't believe Fi either and I searched the sand from corner to corner. Turns out that there is nothing in the sand aside maybe a few hearts and a few green rupees, mostly what you'd expect from cutting grass.
There's really nothing of awesome value in there, so you might as well leave the area... doesn't mean you have to go back to the plot right away ...
You will also need the Wired Sensor Bar. When you are launching the game, there is a step where you have to calibrate the Wiimote with the Sensor Bar. After that calibration you don't need it anymore (except if you want to calibrate your Wiimote another time during the game phase), but it will be needed each time you launch the game again.
There is no relation between Fi and Scrapper prior to them meeting in Skyward Sword. Scrapper just becomes instantly infatuated with Fi when he first meets her.
He probably likes her because of her robot-like speech and emotions. Out-of-game, I bet it was just used as a plot device to provide a reason for Scrapper to help them. But to answer your ...
Yes, it's the same harp.
As Pyritie's comment points out, Sheik specifically played the Goddess Harp in Hyrule Warriors.
Sheik with the Goddess's Harp in Hyrule Warriors
Sheik played the Goddess Harp in Hyrule Warriors,
the two harps look extremely similar, if not identical, and that
it seems that the harp Shiek plays in Ocarina of Time ...
Go to the Item Check to see if your pouch contains the Cursed Medal. If so, remove it and put it in storage, and you'll be able to open your pouch again. If not, then there must be some sort of bug involved, and it's not one I've heard other people have.
What you are supposed to do is destroy all the Beamos and Technoblins in both rooms, which of course requires the past to be active. So you have to find a way to turn on the past after you've passed through the electric door. You did something like this when you got the map, right?
Re-watching the flying tutorial shows this isn't very well explained at all, but you almost had it: A vertical swing of the Wii Remote is necessary for wing flapping, and is where you are supposed to be getting most of your bird power from.
There is a specific chest in the Fire Sanctuary that requires a decent amount of backtracking, so I will assume this is what you're looking for.
You will need to go to the first outdoor bridge you crossed, where you fought a Dark Lizalfos. Go through the door on the east side (the one leading towards the dungeon entrance) and look for a spot to dig into ...
There is a dark portal at the bottom of the Sealed Grounds in the past.
From the zelda.gamepedia
"Demise invites Link to do battle, and the area where the seal on The Imprisoned once was becomes a portal to a place where they "will not be bothered by distractions."
Here's a video showing someone enter the portal (and subsequently fight Demise)
In the controller set-up screen, there is a checkbox labelled "Attach MotionPlus", if this is unchecked, your emulated controller will not be recognised as having MotionPlus capabilities.
Additionally, the Dolphin Emulator Wiki says that versions of Dolphin prior to 5.0-10056, released 4 months and 3 weeks ago (May 3rd), were not capable of emulating the ...
The sidequest becomes available only after you complete the fire sanctuary. Once this is done, Guld will be waiting on top of one of the rock pillars as you dive underground at the base of Eldin volcano. If Guld is not there, then that means you haven't completed enough of the story yet. Guld will mention something about it being too hot to find treasure ...
In order to use potions in Skyward Sword, hold down -, then point the Wiimote to your potion, then release -.
Once you have your potion out, just press A. Link will chug that red magic and you'll heal those precious hearts.
If you're running out of potions, just take a seat on a chair, tree stump, or any other chair-like object that brings up a prompt, ...
hold the wii remote flat, buttons up, facing the TV. Tilt it left to move him left, right to go right, dip it down to move forward, and tilt it up to move backwards. Also, I do believe if you hold down A you will slow down. And holding B will bring up the sailcloth.
Hopefully these tips help!
According to the wiki he (Eldin) can be found in the Volcano Summit
The Volcano Summit is a super-heated area surrounded by flows of lava located deep inside Eldin Volcano. No human can traverse the landscape without the protection of the Fireshield Earrings, which are obtained after Link completes Din's Silent Realm and enable him to traverse the boiling ...
Here's a map of the area from IGN:
According to it, the entire Goddess Statue subarea is out-of-bounds, and there's no secret Dusk Relics located there (the only collectible found in Silent Realms). So even if there were a way to sneak your way over there (which I haven't heard of anyone successfully doing), there's nothing to be found.
According to several walkthroughs -- which I had consulted in desperation -- you have to crawl into that hole/tunnel because one of the pink switches is there.
I am 99.9% sure I never did that. I don't believe I even noticed the hole until after consulting the walkthroughs -- shame on me -- but at that point I had already raised the water level.
But as it ...
If the game saved your pouch status from the original boss fight, you would be forced to use whatever shield you had equipped at the time. This is clearly not the case. Therefore, I posit that your pouch status during the boss rush depends solely on what you have when you initiate the game and not at all based on what you had back then.
If you press the - button the Wii controller, you will take out your current item from your pouch.
If you hold the - key, it will show you all of the items you have in your pouch.
There are other ways to restore your hearts while your in Skyloft. You can sit on a bench, or you can slash around in bushes and find hearts.
I think you're talking about the Skyview Temple. I don't quite remember what part of the temple you're asking about, so here is a video walkthrough. Hopefully you'll find the part troubling you. If you don't, here are video walkthroughs for the whole game.
Reach critcal health and call Fi by pressing D-down. After doing this once or a couple times Fi will tell you that you can dowse for Hearts. (You don't have to unlock additional Dowsing Targets slots before getting this one).
To get Fi you need to find Goddess Sword.
Location of Goddess Sword :