The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006)
"Zeruda no densetsu Towairaito purinsesu" (original title)

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Link, a young man from a small farming village, finds Hyrule is being consumed by an otherworldly twilight. Guided by a strange pixie named Midna, he endeavors to return light to the land and confront the usurper king Zant.


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Credited cast:
Akiko Kawamoto ...
Imp Midna (voice)
Akiko Kômoto ...
Human Midna (voice)
Akira Sasanuma ...
Link (voice)
Jun Mizusawa ...
Princess Zelda (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sayaka Aida ...
Hiromi Hirata ...
Junji Kitajima ...
Hironori Miyata ...
Ganondorf (voice)
Juri Takita ...
Naomi Wakabayashi ...
Takeharu Ônishi ...


An all new and exciting adventure from game company Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Join link, along with the help of a new and mysterious character Midna, discover why the land of Hyrule is being engulfed by a mysterious darkness known as the Twilight. Written by MetroidX

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Ganandorf makes his appearance very late in to the game. We do not see him for the first time until the after the 8th dungeon is completed. See more »


When Ganondorf is knocked off his horse in the final battle, he is seen holding his sword. But when he starts to get up, he has his sword sheathed. See more »


[first lines]
Rusl: Tell me something... Do you ever feel a strange sadness as night falls?
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The Greatest Zelda Adventure Yet!
2 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am a huge fan of the Zelda franchise, and I was very excited when I heard about this game on the Wii; I must say that the game delivered a grander adventure than I ever dreamed it could of. The story of Twilight Princess (I won't spoil any of it for those who haven't played it) is simply breathtaking, it has heart and emotion; the script for the game was marvelous, the whole story was just very cinematic and magical. A great addition to the story is being able to play as Link when he transforms into a wolf, and that is all I'll say about it, it's really fun. The biggest concern from most gamers were the controls which after playing the game are just perfectly suited for the Zelda franchise, swinging the wiimote as a sword never gets old. One of the greatest things about the game is the wide array of side quests. Zelda has always been known for its many side quests and this one delivers, you will be playing this game long after you've finished it to complete them all. Finally the graphics are just superb and need to be seen in action to believe.

This is a Zelda adventure that appeals to both old fans and new, it moves the franchise forward into shining new directions without alienating the old fans. I have played many of the big games on the Wii like Mario Galaxy and Metroid Prime 3 and I must say that I still enjoyed this game the most thus far. This is the best game on the Wii.

A perfect 10/10!

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