koopa_kid12's The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (GameCube) review

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

The Legend of Zelda:Twilight Princess takes on a much darker role than the most recent Zelda games. Instead of having to sale the seas and having a chuckle at the same time, this game has you trying to stop Zant the Twilight King and his leader(I won't give it away) from immersing the land in Twilight and letting his Dark creatures free to rule.

The fighting system in Twilight princess is basicly the same as to other GC Zelda game, there is only one attack button and you select the item you want to use by equipting it to either the Y or X from the Select screen. The reason that you only use 2 item buttons instead of 3 from previous Zelda games is because that the Z button is taken by your Mysterious companion Midna who turns out to be something different than you would expect.....

As with all Zelda games it has puzzles, luckily these puzzles were not too hard nor too easy, for instance, in one you have to set of a waterflow that will go round the temple and push a wheel that will then open a hidden door!

It takes on a different part than to its predecessor Wind Waker in the fact that instead of cartoony visuals it all looks very realistic and full of texture. Also it does'nt have the sly humor that Wind Waker did, whether this is good or bad is up to you, but it suits it well as it perfectly goes with the Dark story.

Apart from this it really is basicly plain old Zelda. This isn't a bad thing however because it means that it yet again has a fantastic story, bundles of side-quests and some charming and more unusual characters.

All-in-all The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is a fantastic adventure game and a well looked forward to addition to the REVOLUTIONARY Zelda Wagon! 4.5 STARS!
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