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

wiifan By:
wiifan
12/03/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Adventure 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Nintendo 
DEVELOPER Nintendo 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
T Contains Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence

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Finally, the  next  zelda game has arrived. And it's looking  very cool. 


The  world of  Hyrule  has been  plunged  into a strange  twilight.  Some of your friends have been kidnapped , and you , a boy  from a small village, is the only one who can save them. As link you explore the lands of Hyrule,however when you reach the twilight realm, a strange force acts upon you and you transform into a wolf.


Like in all zelda games there are lots of classic puzzles for you to solve such as lighting torches to open doors , lighting spider webs blocking your path, hitting the right target with your bow , blowing boulders up with your bombs and much much more. Some puzzles are a piece of cake and some will get you pulling your hair out trying to figure them out.

One great thing though is the combat. The Wiimote works very well during combat and it's very accurate. A quick flick of the wrist and you will get your sword out and then your ready to slice and dice your opponents. The bow works very well as well. Pressing the new B trigger underneath the Wiimote will get your bow out and holding then letting go of B will fire your arrow. Aiming with the Wiimote is fairly easy, although if your sensor bar is not aligned with your television properly, it will result with the crosshair frantically moving and bouncing around the screen. This can get quite annoying unless you can control your aim really well.

All the simple moving about and aiming is great,however there is a downside to the game. The quality of the graphics is very poor,especially for a next gen console. Yeah I know that it's not about graphics it's about the gameplay,but to be honest with you, when i was playing Twilight Princess, I felt like there was something missing,like the game wasn't finished. But I usually forgot about this because i was having so much  trying to figure out puzzles and exploring new areas.

Overall, i think that The Legend of Zelda:Twilight Princess is a very good and fun game,where anyone of any age can enjoy the game.


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