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Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

Nintendo / 2006-11-20

Action / Adventure

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When an evil darkness enshrouds the land of Hyrule, a young farm boy named Link must awaken the hero and the animal within. When Link travels to the Twilight Realm, he transforms into a wolf and must scour the land with the help of a mysterious girl named Midna. Besides his trusty sword and shield, Link will use his bow and arrows by aiming with the Wii Remote controller, fight while on horseback and use a wealth of other items, both new and old.

The most epic Zelda ever launches with the Wii.

Link roams an entirely new land of Hyrule.

Take control of your trusty horse as you travel from quest to quest.

Link must solve a number of challenging puzzles to progress to boss battles.

Fishing with the Wii Remote is a fun and worthwhile diversion.

Link's journeys, reinvented

Hailed by many as the best Zelda game since 1998's Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess thrusts players into a troubled world ravaged by a dangerous magic. Sporting a new, more realistic visual style than the previous Zelda title, Link looks much more like an adult than in previous installments and fits well into an environment that provides Zelda fans with a much more gritty and grim environment to explore. The entirety of the quest fits this darker mood, as both Link and NPC's alike share the same concern for the changes about in Hyrule.

More than just a spiritual successor to previous Zelda installments, Twilight Princess offers players a new way of controlling Link through dungeons, forests, towns, and the bizarre Twilight Realm: precise weapon controls with the Wii remote! Players can use the remote to control Links' weapons including the sword, arrows, and boomerang. This new control scheme allows for much faster and more accurate control than on previous Nintendo hardware. For example, waving the remote in the air will result in Link performing the same move with the sword. To fire off on arrow, players "pull back" on a virtual controller string as the Wii remote's speaker lets players know that the projectile is ready for release. It all works incredibly well and adds to the title's immersion and style- you feel more in the center of the action than in previous Zelda games.

As impressive as the new control scheme is, the scope and size of the new land of the Hyrule is equally as impressive- truly the Wii's first epic adventure. Beautifully crafted and four years in the making, the land players travel through is vast and diverse as the dungeons and monsters that lie within. As players collect triforce pieces from the distant sections of the continent, they will get to know many different villages and foes. Thankfully, Link will be able to move over long stretches of land faster thanks to "Epona," your faithful horse. Epona also helps Link become a more effective fighter, as a number of powerful and impressive sword strikes can be launched while galloping through fields of enemies.

The Twilight Realm awaits

Like most games in the Zelda franchise, Link begins his adventure with little more than the clothes he has on an an inkling that something has gone awry. After an initial trip to the Twilight Realm, in which Link appears as a wolf, a friendly shadow dweller named Midna will meet up with players and give helpful advice on gameplay. Fortunately for players, this virtual assistant spells out ways to be a more effective adventurer in and out of the shadow world. Early stages of the game have Link spending a lot of time in the Twilight Realm, and outdoor areas of Hyrule, attempting to clear areas of the strange darkness that has seemingly fallen over every village, forest, and field. As the story progresses, players will learn the cause of the shadows, and what they must to do vanquish them for good.

Puzzling puzzles

Link once again finds himself in a number of classic Zelda-esque puzzle scenarios in which he must light torches to unlock doors, raise and lower water levels, and fight enemies to collect keys and open chests for valuable rupees. A number of the dungeons present unique puzzle challenges that rely on the player's ability to hone their Wii remote's control, such as an air castle in the sky that can only be accessed by an extremely accurate grappling hook toss.

In general, Twilight Princess is more challenging than the average Zelda game, with a number of boss battles having protracted hit sequences with little support potions about, and even less warning. Still, there's never been an adventure experience such as this, wherein players can literally charge at a dungeon boss with their fists and punch the air to defeat an enormous foe. As the finest Zelda experience in almost ten years and the game fans have been waiting for, Twilight Princess will delight young and old gamers alike.

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Reply #82

2009-09-06 00:00:00

im so stuk im in the forest temple i have all three monkey but i dont what to do next if ssomeone knows what to do please tell me

Reply #81

2009-08-29 00:00:00

how do i bring the freakin cat 2 the shop

Reply #80

2009-08-16 00:00:00

Can anyone tell me what im suppose to do after giving ilia the wooden statue, i kind of no what to do, but i dont know im suppose to get across the bridge to get to the hidden village, if someone could help that would be great, thannxxx

Reply #79

2009-08-16 00:00:00

Could anyone tell me what to do to get across the bridge after giving ilia the wooden statue,Cause i need to get to the hidden village, Thannxxx

Reply #78

2009-07-16 00:00:00

Even if NGamer tells you to buy this game Don't buy it anyway there are several more interesting Games like Ledend of Zelda:Ocarina of Time and Ledend of Zelda:Majora's mask both ara avalible on the Wii shop channel for 1000 points $10.00 in money and this game cost $59.99 so buying this game is a waste of money

Reply #77

2009-06-07 00:00:00

i need help fighting zant. im at the last part of the game where you enter the room with zant, than he changes the environment and starts to shoot some sort of energy ball at me. i asked madina and she says basically to hit it back. the problem is he doesnt just shoot one, he shoots several and as i try to strike them back i end up getting hurt than i die eventually. can someone help me out?

Reply #76

2009-04-22 00:00:00

Dark Princess did you get an answer as I am stuck at the same point. I still can't find the last Monkey

Reply #75

2009-03-16 00:00:00

hey i need help, where is the last monkey in the forest temple i cant find it

Reply #74

2009-02-01 00:00:00

after re taming epona, how do you get past the the bosses in the field on boars?

Reply #73

2008-12-30 00:00:00

hey moose u can hit more then one target with GAle boomerang u know u see n shape in ground right? Z target all of then ib the order the path goes


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Lure the final boss's final form with the fishing pole:
The true final boss of this game can be distraced by the fishing rod. Just cast it out while Z-Targeting him and his head will turn to look at the lure. Quickly put away the fishing pole and get in a few quick attacks.

Daytime whenever:
You need to be able to get to the City in the Sky. At whenever time you go there, when you come back, it will always be daytime.

Worms for fishing:
If you go into the fishing hole behind the sign at the very entrance there will 3 little mounds of dirt.

Turn into the wolf and dig these up, earth worms will appear, scoop them up in an empty bottle and use them as bait for your fishing hook to make fishing extra easy!

Easily discover Heart Pieces:
To easily find the locations of all Heart Pieces, go to Fanadi's Palace in Hyrule Castle Town and pay her 10 Rupees for a Love fortune. You will then see an area in the game that will contain a Heart Piece around it, obtainable in some fashion. You can keep paying her to show you other locations, but she will sometimes repeat the same location a few times over.

Unlock Special-Edition Rollgoal:
If you visit the Fishing Hole in Upper Zora's River, there's a mini game Hena will let you play for 5 Rupees called Rollgoal. If you make it past 1-8, you'll be rewarded with the Frog Lure. However, if you keep going and beat the entire thing, up to and including 8-8, you'll be able to play the special-edition version of Rollgoal. You can choose any level, the cost is free, the time limit is raised to 4:00:00, and you cannot win any Rupees. Also, as an added bonus, once you beat 8-8, Hena will fill your wallet completely!

After locating the Gerudo Mesa and Cave of Ordeals in the Gerudo desert, you are able to unlock fairies and later Great Fairies at each spring around Hyrule. Smaller fairies can be bottled, restore 8 hearts when used, or when you run out of hearts. Great Fairies will give you a bottle full of Great Fairy Tears, which heal you full and temporarily boost your attack, provided you have an empty bottle and no Tears in your inventory already.

Both have an infinite supply once unlocked:

  • Fairies in the Ordon Spring Complete 10 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals
  • Fairies in the Faron Spring Complete 20 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals
  • Fairies in the Eldin Spring Complete 30 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals
  • Fairies in the Lanayru Spring Complete 40 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals
  • Great Fairies in all springs Complete 50 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals

Malo Mart-Castle Branch and Magic Armor:
After donating 1000 rupees and completing the hot springwater sidequest, donate 2000 more rupees to Malo Mart. A new Malo Mart will open in Castle Town and magic armor will be available for purchase there. The amount owed can be reduced (see Secrets section below).

Poe Rewards:
You can unlock certain rewards for returning Poes back to Jovani.

  • Bottle W/ Fairy Tears Bring back 20 Poe Souls to Jovani.
  • 200 Rupees (talk to him again for another 200) Bring back 60 Poe Souls to Jovani.

Bomb Bag Upgrades:
There are 3 bomb bags to obtain and 1 capacity upgrade that affects all 3 bags.

  • Bomb Bag 1 Purchace from Barnes Bomb Shop in Kakariko after 2nd temple.
  • Bomb Bag 2 Free the goron from the giant lava rock located underwater in zoras domain.
  • Bomb Bag 3 Destroy the rock barriers for the River Canoe mini-game owner.
  • Bomb Bag Capacity Upgrade (Double) Score 25 points or more on the River Canoe Mini-Game.

Quiver Upgrades:
To upgrade you arrow capacity, you need to play the "STAR" game located in the large tent in Southeast Hyrule Castle Town.

  • Giant Quiver (100 Arrows) Beat "STAR" game lvl. 2 .(Double Clawshot Required)
  • Big Quiver (60 Arrows) Beat "STAR" game lvl. 1. (Clawshot Required)

Wallet Upgrades:
To upgrade your wallet size to carry more rupees, you need to catch Golden bugs for Agatha in Hyrule Castle Town.

  • Big Wallet Give Agatha 1 Golden Bug
  • Giant Wallet Give Agatha all 24 Golden Bugs

Donation Reduction:
Donate 1000 rupees to Goron inside the Malo Mart in Kakariko Village (you must progress past the third dungeon beforehand). Talk to the old Goron outside the shop and complete the quest he offers. Once completed, the second donation amount will be reduced from 2000 to 200 rupees.

Magnetic Ceiling Glitch:
This can be done wherever there is a magnetic ceiling, such as the first one encountered in Death Mountain Mines.

First equip the boots to the D-pad but don't put them on. Go under the magnetic field and equip the boots. In mid flight up to the ceiling press the - button and put an item where the iron boots were on the D-pad, and make sure the Iron boots are not anywhere on the D-Pad. Unpause the game and finish flying onto the ceiling. You should be on the ceiling with the Iron boots off and you will stay there and be able to walk faster.

To get down walk off the magnetic part of the ceiling or equip and unepuip the Iron Boots.

Sinker Lure:
To obtain the Sinker Lure you must first catch a Hylain Pike, Hyrule Bass, and a Ordon Catfish in the fishing hole area with the lure rod. After you have caught one of each you go to the south east corner of the water closest to the house and take out your Fishing Rod(bobber) with the coral earring hook. After that you will catch the Sinker Lure. Make sure Hena doesn't see you use it or she will take it away.





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