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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD - Wii U

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  • To restore light to the world, team up with the mysterious creature Midna and embrace the darkness to transform into a divine wolf.
  • Fight through labyrinthine dungeons, survive puzzling traps, and meet a cast of characters you'll never forget in this legendary Zelda adventure.

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Platform: Nintendo Wii U

A dark force, shrouded in twilight, has invaded the vast land of Hyrule.

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Platform:Nintendo Wii U
ASIN B017W1771Y
Release date March 4, 2016
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4.8 out of 5 stars 466 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #363 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 8 x 5.7 x 3.5 inches
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By Vincent TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 4, 2016
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii U Verified Purchase
Instead of reviewing the core experience presented 10 years ago (2006 original release) I'll just going to give you the list of observable changes to the game:

Visuals up first, there's a noticeable difference. The grass is greener, higher resolution, revamped textures, detailed changes in polygonal models/objects, and addition of lighting effects which makes the world look less of a drab and pops out more than the original

Hero mode: enemies do twice the damage (4x if you use Ganondorf amiibo)
In terms of link's hand placement: Gamecube version on Normal (left-handed), mirrored wii version on hero mode

Loading times are a lot faster, maybe 1-2 secs faster for every screen transition. Which doesn't sound like much, but definitely adds up

Treasure boxes remain open, once you open them.

Custom miiverse stamps in hidden treasure chests

New lantern item: Poe's lantern makes it easier to hunt down poes. You carry it around the world map and it glows whenever a poe is within close proximity. You still have to wait till night time (in game) to see them

Amiibo support:
Link and Toon Link restore arrows
Zelda and Shiek: restore hearts
Ganandorf: 2x damage
Link, Toon link, Zelda and Shiek is only 1 per day (resets at midnight everyday), while Ganandorf has unlimited use and can be toggled on or off

Wolf link amiibo (only available with retail limited edition version of game):
Once you reach a certain point of the game, you can scan in the wolf link amiibo to access the Cave of Shadows where you battle a gauntlet of enemies level-by-level like the cave or ordeals, but you only play as wolf link.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii U Verified Purchase
Ah yes, the "Zelda Cycle" is as reliable as the passing of the seasons. What is the "Zelda Cycle" you might ask? It's a pattern that takes place over roughly a decade wherein a new Zelda game is released to universal critical and community praise, then scrutinized, then bashed, then loathed and hated as "the black sheep" of the series, then reevaluated and slowly accepted again, until the final step wherein it is viewed as a beloved cult classic. For a long time, admitting you liked Twilight Princess was a statement you had to qualify and justify to others (right now it's Skyward Sword's turn on the hobbling wheel, judging by internet comments anyway). Not now though, because we've finally gotten to the point in the Zelda cycle where Twilight Princess is now rightly viewed as a high quality classic. The same thing happened to The Wind Waker as well, which is now universally loved, and rightly so (As you can see by my review on that page, Wind Waker is my favorite entry in the Zelda series, which is my favorite game series of all time). For the record, I've loved Twilight Princess since I first played it roughly a decade ago, and my love for it has only grown each time I've played it since (which is about 5 or 6 times with a couple completionist runs in there, and I've played both the Gamecube and Wii versions). It has always been one of my favorite Zelda games.Read more ›
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii U
Just a quick disclaimer. My review is not a review of every detail of the game itself which includes the story, since this is pretty much the same game here and for the most part simply only an HD remaster, not a remake. If you are looking for an actual full review of the game there are some fantastic reviews of the original game on Amazon which I encourage you to read if you are new to this installment of the Zelda series that go more in depth on the story elements and overall gameplay. This review is really for those of us who have played the original game and are wondering if it's worth the price of admission. That being said, lets get into it!

10 years ago Nintendo released Zelda Twilight Princess for both the Gamecube, and at the time their brand new system, the Wii. Prior to the release this was considered one of the most anticipated Zelda games of a generation. It was coming off the heels of what some considered to be a controversial but later universally loved Zelda game, Wind Waker, which I personally was a huge fan of and gave it a 10. The promise was a return to the vibe of Ocarina of Time. For the most this held true. Twilight Princess certainly had a lot going for it when diving into it which lent itself heavily as a nod to OoT. The problem was the game felt in spots bloated (Ugh that hour long intro still is a drag even in HD), that does not mean it was not a great game. It just means there was too much of a good thing that made some of the game more of a chore, none the less it was still an amazing experience that held true to the Zelda series and in no way did the flaws make it any less enjoyable in retrospect.
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