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Zeruda no densetsu Towairaito purinsesu (2006)

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:
Akira Sasanuma ...
Link (voice)
Akiko Kômoto ...
Midna (voice) (as Akiko Koumoto)
Hironori Miyata ...
Ganondorf (voice)
Junji Kitajima ...
Zant (voice)
Jun Mizusawa ...
Princess Zelda (voice)
Takeharu Ônishi ...
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Juri Takita ...
Ilia (voice)
Sayaka Aida ...
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Hiromi Hirata ...
(voice)
Naomi Wakabayashi ...
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Akiko Kawamoto ...
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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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Enter the twilight realm. See more »


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19 November 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker 2  »

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Early designs of Ilia (Link's childhood friend) show her with a symbol on her forehead. The symbol looks like Navi, Link's fairy companion from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998) (Ocarina of Time), suggesting that there is a link between the two characters. Ilia also has a bow on her back which give the appearance of wings. See more »

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Link's house does not have a bed even though it is implied he sleeps there at night. See more »

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[first lines]
Rusl: Tell me something... Do you ever feel a strange sadness as night falls?
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Setup by Ocarina of Time, Perfected by Twilight Princess
28 January 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Many people put this legend of zelda game down and say that it is not innovative, I really am not in a position to comment on that since the only Zelda games I've played were Ocarina and Twilight Princess, and I see a formula created by Ocarina prefected by Twilight Princess and the genius developers down at Nintendo. As with all Zelda games, you start slow, and continue to work your way up with the never ending plot twists. The controls work perfectly on the Wii version, and the sounds coming out of the wii remote just add extra immersion. The music is the same Zelda music that has been praised by everyone around the globe. Ocarina of Time was the best reviewed game of ALL TIME (gamerankings.com), and using a winning formula is not a bad thing. Twilight Princess has beautiful artistic perspective, and one of the best looking GAmecube games to date (even the Wii version was developed on the GAmecube, so they count as gamecube graphics). There is nothing more fun than shooting an arrow all the way across hyrule field, then riding your horse trying to find it again. With award winning sound and gameplay, the most in depth plot, great graphics, great artistic perspective, over 60 hours of gameplay, and a character that never talks, The legend of Zelda Twilight Princess is sure to bring enjoyment to any gamer who appreciates games for what they are, an art.


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