The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess Download Free WII Game


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When the game opens to a sweeping view of Link as he rides Epona across a vast landscape, you can’t help conjuring memories of Ocarina’s epic beginnings. And at least for the first half of the adventure, Twilight Princess does indeed feel very much like Ocarina of Time for a new generation of players. Not only does Link start his quest from a small village on the outskirts of Hyrule proper, but he eventually makes his way to cities and temples that have all been seen before – in less detail, of course – almost a decade ago. Were these familiarities representative of the adventure as a whole, the title might find itself with an identity problem. A good identity problem, mind you – even a full-blown remake of Ocarina would be destined for greatness – but an identity problem nevertheless. Thankfully, though, the game also sharply divides the old from the new by way of an engrossing storyline that travels Nintendo’s beloved hero into an alternate realm known simply as the Twilight. It is from this beautiful bloom-filled, particle-drowned Hyrulian wasteland that some very different changes are introduced to the old gameplay formula.

Such a small number of places and people made sense on the Nintendo 64 because of system limitations, particularly the small storage capacity of the cartridges the game was stored on, but that excuse doesn’t work for the Wii, or even the Gamecube. Other Gamecube RPGs have included a far greater cast of characters, as do games on the even lower tech Playstation 2. The absence of a large supporting cast and the atmosphere and side quests that they bring leaves Twilight Princess feeling somewhat dated compared to other current generation games. Given the fact that there is no audio for the voices, the dearth of characters in the story is all the more perplexing as it would not have taken much space to store a few extra characters with a couple of lines of dialogue apiece. It can only be laziness on the part of the developers to keep the cast so small in a story that was billed as epic.

Let’s get the hard truth out of the way: In recent years the bloom has come off the rose for 3D Zeldas. Skyward Sword was a regrettable misstep, because endearing characters and absorbing locations have for years been the foundation stones of this treasured, highborn series, and 2011’s Wii adventure had a paucity of both. Twilight Princess is a link back to that old magic of searching across its plains, alone but prepared, discovering new societies and cultures and races and people who resonate.

Once again it’s the Gorons, a pugnacious tribe of pot-bellied rock eaters who live in the eye of Death Mountain, that rise to the occasion. They are notoriously prickly, especially about matters that undermine their physicality, but once plonked in their hot baths they melt into bliss and call you brother. Twilight Princess sees nearly every character as an opportunity to inject more personality and charisma into its world; the cannon operator is a downtrodden clown with bulbous, pitiful eyes. The yeti up in the wintery north sports an adorably gigantic bum and speaks in all-caps. The Hyrulian town beggar promises good fortune if you keep donating rupees (I’ve spent more than 700 clams so far. No results.) One standout moment in this 40-hour adventure is a ten-second interaction with a moody Persian cat, who offers Link a helping hand at his most desperate hour. When you see the little white puff hours later, it meows as if nothing happened. It’s such a charming touch, so unexpected.

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. Using the power and…





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