The Legend Of Zelda Twilight Princess ISO
Nintendo Gamecube / GC GCN NGC ISOsGenre: Action-Adventure
Rating: ESRB: T, PEGI: 12+, CERO: B, OFLC: M
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Twilight Princess's story begins with the image of Link, a young peasant who works as an assistant in Ordon village farm. One day, children go chasing a monkey that was crippling to the forest. The young man rescues. When it goes to Hyrule to take gifts, is attacked by a monster that kidnaps young. Link through a mysterious wall, thanks to a hand that catches him. Shortly after, he learns that this place is known as the Twilight Realm, and that every creature and place it there is a dark and corrupt version of what the peaceful kingdom of Hyrule. Upon awakening, A Link in wolf form is also imprisoned in Hyrule Castle, from where it is released by a strange creature named Midna, who leads him to where the Princess Zelda. The latter explains to Link that Zant, king of the Twili race, has conquered Hyrule having defeated the "spirits of light."
Giving the fanboys what they wanted, what they needed, what they desired, Nintendo skipped all that cel-shading crap and delivered the goods on twilight princess.
Pretty much the same game on the wii, well, it is the same game on the wii, but it’s the little things that make it cool, like in the gamecube version, Link is natural left-handed, but on the wii he is a right-handed to combinate with most Americans that are right-handed. That’s freaking awesome!
Aren’t you excited yet? How about Horseback fighting and huge boss fighting? And he now turns into a wolf!
Twilight Princess is a prime example of how graphics, controls, challenges, innovation and story elements can improve dramatically over the years. Nintendo has it's feet firmly rooted well doing as it does best. Containing the same expertly designed puzzles, advanced gamecube graphics and gameplay that you've come to expect - you can't help but give praise to the fantasy series that provides amazing adventures - one after the other and presented so well, so intelligently. Compelling characters and story create a game that fans of the series and newcomers will instantly fall in love with. I highly recommend anybody to play Twilight Princess. Once again Zelda has convinced me to leave it shining with top marks - a five out of five.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is the latest home console game in the Zelda franchise. You play as Link, a farmhand in the Ordona region, who has volunteered to go to Hyrule on behalf of the mayor and present a new sword for Princess Zelda. However, the land of Hyrule has been covered in Twilight, and it is up to you to remove it and save the land of Hyrule with your trusty steed.
A hot feminine-looking guy, Link, has to save Hyrule again. This LOZ game features Midna, a shadowy cat princess-- who's attractiveness downright confuses my brain by the end of the game.
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