Twilight Princess Review

By nation vengeance October 4, 2011

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was the last Zelda title to be released for home console on the Nintendo GameCube and Wii. This game also had more hype than any other Zelda when it was released in 2006, and for good reason. This game does follow the traditional save the princess, kill Ganondorf, and save Hyrule theme, and yes you KILL Ganon, not seal him like in Ocarina of Time for Nintendo 64. The fact that Ganondorf is killed gave me a feeling of completion, instead of sealing him which is just delaying the inevitable. so that's a big plus for the game. The Wii version also incorporated the use of the Wiimote and Nunchuk to unleash Link's arsenal of attacks. The control scheme is fairly simple, but this makes the game more captivating to some.

Twilight Princess is definitely one of the better Zelda games, though it did have its fails, like any game. First off was the fact you seemed like the sidekick, being told what to do and such throughout the game. Another down fall was the clichéd do 3 dungeons, the story changes, now there's more. This was used in past games and is burned into our brains. The biggest and probably most obvious downfall was the overworld. Hyrule field was WAY too big, and it was very easy to get lost.

All-in-all, this is still one of the better Zelda games, and a favorite of tons of fans. The game also had a nostalgic factor that reminded us all a lot of Ocarina Of Time, which isn't always a bad thing. Overall, I give this game a 4.5 out of 5.

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

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