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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Member Review for the Wii

PsionicSoldier By:
PsionicSoldier
11/27/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Adventure 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Nintendo 
DEVELOPER Nintendo 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
T Contains Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence

What do these ratings mean?

For everyone who is going to read this i am prepared for a tongue lashing so do your best when rating this.anyway let me just star by saying that i love all the zelda games. the jumping, slashing, smashing, and hacking has always left giggity and happy. and now with the "wiimote" i love being able to do it myself instead of just hitting a button. but of course i judge a game by threee special ways. its ability to be played, the storyline, and the length of the game. well. this game has almost all three of those but those are generalities. each catagory must be broken down. the ability to be played has threee levels: controls, replay ability, and a hook that keeps you playing. twilite princess has fulfilled all of these except the replay ability. after gathering everything i usually want to be able to play it again just for fun. ocarina let me do that. i didnt feel like trying the game again after i played it. that hurts me greatly. the storyline is probably the most important part af any game. well this game seemed to have he same tune with differant instraments. (did i use that right?) i was once again greatly disappointed with this. the legnth of the game gave me everything thing i thought i would. it made me spend time looking for  keys solving puzzles and even made me frustrated when i had a problem with something. it was pretty great. yet overall i must say this game gets a C+ from me. there i said it. your all probably grabbing you torches and pitch forks and are starting a riot outside my front door. so please grab your keyboards and slam me into the wall with your hate comments. but i stay with my beliefs.


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