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    Katosa Aug
    Toto Sah
    Myahm Agana
    Joloo Nah
     
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    Is that true? Why do they let you use the Pro controller then?
     
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    Well you don't have to do every shrine. So if thats it no problem. I'm concerned major story line will require gamepad and I'll be stuck (mine broke)
     
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    My gamepads gyro Sensor is broken too.
    I couldnt rotate weels in rayman legends, there it was a game breaker. But in Zelda the shrines i could work around the foult by exiting and reusing the Maschine after making some progress
     
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    Do they tell you that you need to swap controllers at some point?
     
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    yes it is quite clear, and isolated in this instance, you just need the gamepad for a gyro based puzzle. I've heard of later parts of the game where you can tilt things but no idea if they use gamepad there.
     
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    The gamepad is needed to complete some shrines. Not sure yet if they is other part in the game except shrine that uses the gyro.
     
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    7 shrines require Gamepad so [I have ~20-40 shines already so don't ask what shrines...] [It might be more]
    Some require gyro in order to complete [Hammer physics etc.]
     
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    Cool, but annoying If anyone post the names, i'll put them in the OP, also any gamepad bypassing tricks I'll add should anyone discover methods to compelte the puzzles without.
     
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    [read: every gamepad puzzle] Every puzzle so far uses gyro so i don't think it's possible to bypass it.
     
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    I beat that shrine easily with pro controller?nevermind wrong system i'm on the switch.lol
     
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    I was thinking stuff like, chunk an item down a hole, rather than using Gyro, or doing a bomb to blast yourself over something etc, ie thinking outside the box. Things like game glitches..
    My plan is to borrow a gamepad sometime, and do all the ones i'll leave them to the end, but it will be annoying if a main dungeon, has a gyro in the middle too.
     
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    You could try but most of these shrines are made to not even reach it. [ex. Too far even for bomb blast] I could attempt to bypass some but eh, it probably will not work.
     
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