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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

Platform : GameCube
Rated: Teen
309 customer reviews
Metascore: 96 / 100

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  • When Link travels to the darkened land of Hyrule, he transforms into a wolf and must scour the land with the help of a mysterious being named Midna.
  • Ride into battle against troops of foul creatures, using an incredible horseback combat system, then take on massive bosses that must be seen to be believed.
  • Many puzzles stand between Link and the fulfillment of his quest, so players must sharpen their wits as they hunt for weapons and items.
  • Characters include Link, Zelda, Midna and many others, both new and old.
  • Wii-compatible
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Platform: GameCube

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The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess brings you back tot he land of Hyrule, as you uncover the mystery behind its plunge into darkness. Link, a young man raised as a wrangler in a rural village, is ordered by the mayor to attend the Hyrule Summit. He sets off, oblivious to the dark fate that has descended upon the kingdom. When he enters the Twilight Realm that has covered Hyrule, he transforms into a wolf and is captured. A mysterious figure helps him break free, and with the aid of her magic, they set off to free the land from the shadows. Link must explore the vast land of Hyrule and As he does, he'll have to enlist the aid of friendly folk, solve puzzles and battle his way through dangerous dungeons. In the Twilight Realm, he'll have to use his wolf abilities and Midna's magic to bring light to the land. Revisit classic and new characters - Link, Zelda, Midna and many others

Despite all the hoopla surrounding the next generation consoles, the most anticipated gaming event of this year is undoubtedly the latest The Legend of Zelda game. Subtitled Twilight Princess, the game looks radically different from The Wind Waker with less stylized, more realistic looking graphics.

As ever with a Nintendo title, much of the game is still surrounded in secrecy, but previews have already shown the game's enormous scale with huge areas of rolling countryside for you to ride your horse and battle various evil enemies. Indeed, the game seems more action-focused than previous adventures, both on horseback and on foot.

One major new feature revealed in the game is that Link is now able to transform into a wolf. This gives him a whole suite of new features including the ability to "see" smells and access areas impossible as a human (or elf).

Despite the greater emphasis on action, the puzzles in the game are even more elaborate than before. A forest dungeon reveals your ability to communicate with animals. You order around a troupe of baboons to solve puzzles and to help battle the level boss.

The GameCube could hardly have asked for any better swansong than this, with utterly amazing graphics and an apparently endless range of features and settings. Even with so little still known about it, this is still on course to be the best game of the year. -- Harrison Dent,

This preview is based on an incomplete version of the game; features or problems mentioned above may not appear in the finished game.

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Platform: GameCube
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  • ASIN: B0009UBR3A
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 5.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 11, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (309 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,134 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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128 of 139 people found the following review helpful By Wander VINE VOICE on December 15, 2006
Platform for Display: GameCube
This is a review written by someone who has played both versions. In this review I'll not only touch on the aspects of Twilight Princess, but also tell you a few differences between the Wii and Gamecube versions, because some will most definitely be curious.

The Legend of Zelda is one of the most popular games of all time. When a new Zelda game marches forth, the fans are always there. Now, after spending years in development, with delay after delay and ultimately being pushed onto the Nintendo Wii, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is finally here. It's pretty generous of Nintendo to keep the game on the Gamecube as well as pushing it to the Wii. It's great that even those without the Wii can experience this amazing game.

The game is actually quite slow to begin. Mostly because we have to go through a tutorial. Though you won't find much new if you've been on previous Zelda outings, it's a good place for newcomers to start. Returning fans will mostly be waiting until it's over.

The first major difference between the Gamecube and Wii versions are the controls. On the Wii you swing the remote and Link swings his sword. Here, it's just the press of a button, far more traditional. It's just like slipping on a familiar glove. It's hard to ignore, however, that aiming is far better on the Wii. The controls for the Gamecube version are good, though, and probably even preferable to those who are used to using a controller.

The heart of the challenge from the game mainly comes from the puzzles rather than the actual dungeon crawl itself. Most enemies are easily taken down by a couple of sword swings. Most puzzles are easily solved through items you find in the dungeon itself.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Stacy C. Burns on December 22, 2006
Platform for Display: GameCube
First of all, I'm not a gamer, at least not in the true sense. There is only one game I play, The Legend of Zelda. At this point, my review will be about Twilight Princess. I will not compare this game to anything other then the other Zelda titles I have played because as I said I haven't played anything else.

Like most Ocarina of Time fans, I have waited for 3+ years for this title. Like most fans when I saw that it was going to be delayed my first reaction was anger and alot of it! After assurances from Nintendo that they just wanted to make the game bigger and better, I saw sense. I was willing to wait if it meant this game would be BEYOND my wildest dreams.

Nintendo has succeeded.

The landscapes in this game are tremendous. However this is not to be compared to Wind Waker. Remember the hours of sailing? I remember saying to my son "Here honey, sail for me while I make a sandwich, OK?"

The 'graphics junkies' might not be too happy with the backgrounds, and if graphics are a priority over gameplay then don't bother with this game. Sorry, but I still love Ocarina of Time with it's 1998 graphics! While it's true that some of the backgrounds are muddy and the twilight realm can be overly blurred, it's still the best looking Zelda game ever. I would have liked to see some of the bright flashy colors of Majoras Mask, but in the long run it probably would have been too 'cartoony' for this dark title.

The gameplay is comfortable and familar. Link has all of his classic moves although some have said that they wish the spin attack would have been more like that of the Wii. On the Wii version of this game, the spin is done with the nunchuck and has to 'charge' for each use, ie. you hear a 'shwing' of a sword so you know the spin attack is recharged.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Thomas on January 7, 2007
Platform for Display: GameCube
The Twilight Princess, will forever reign as one of the Greatest.

That is no small thing to say, and cannot be said for most games ever released. I read an interview with one of the members of the Zelda team; and in that interview, he mentioned they tried to make Twilight Princess a better game then Ocarina of Time. Now, many people who have played Ocarina will tell you how great that game is. Ocarina is considered by many to be one of the best games ever made. The Twilight Princess meets, and even surpasses its predecessor in many ways.

I finished the game today, and all I feel is stunned. Stunned by its design, the story, the characters, and the deep level of gameplay. Challenging in many ways, yet not so much it is tedious, I enjoyed every minute of the game. I took about 55 hours to complete the game, even after I found every last Heartpiece. Of course, I played through Ocarina so many times that Twilight's similar gameplay and puzzles made it easier to complete. Yes it's true; it is very similar to Ocarina in many ways, in controls, and gameplay style mostly. But different enough to be on its own , and you can play it without playing Ocarina. Although I would recommend playing Ocarina before you finish this one.

My new favorite character is Midna! Midna added so much to the game, way more then Navi. Midna is as unique as fictional characters come, and cute to boot. HA! No truly, I do not want to give out any spoilers, you'll know what I mean when you finish the game. I was yelling at Midna near the end of the game, not because something bad happens but more out of grief. Yelling, "No you can't do it!" I was so involved in the story, that at the end I almost cried.... Only to realize I can play again! Hurray!
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