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The Legned of Zelda: Twilight Princess (5/5)


This game is a masterpiece.

In The Legend of Zelda: Twillight Princess you play as link trying to save hyrule from evil…as always.  But of course, there is a catch, Hyrule is not the only land that is in danger.  An evil power (and I am sure you can figure out who that is!) is blending the world of light with the world of shadows (aka, the twillight relm) and only you can stop him.  The gameplay is similar to that of Ocarina of time or Wind Waker, but with wii controls.  The motion sensing works nicely, giving an added feel of realism.

What really mixes it up though is that Link can turn into a wolf.  As a wolf, Link can dig, smell, and use a wolf sense to see otherwise invisible things.  The wolf form is a fun way to break up the gameplay, but is not quite as fun as being human.  Acually, they break up the gameplay quite nicely throughout the whole game with things such as horseback riding, flying (a giant bird), rowing a boat, and fishing.  (though the fising is not as fun as it was in Ocarina)

Also, link has a new sidekick and she is much less irritating than Navi.  Midna, is an imp from the Twillight relm that helps link through his journey.  At the beginning she seemed annoying but she grows on you, becoming one of the best characters in the series.  Acually, this game is filled with all sorts of wonderfull characters who aid Link in one way or another.

This game really manages to feel like an epic adventure.  You really feel as though you are Link, saving the kingdom.  Which, is the charm of the Zelda series.  This game is huge, it took me over 45 hours to complete it, but every minuit is worth it.

Overall, this is one of the greatest games I have ever played.  I would recommend it to anyone who plays videogames.

(oh, and thank you again Earl for lending it to me)

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