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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess ROM
Considering how appealing The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker was with its cartoon-style cel-shaded graphics, fans were expecting that the next Legend of Zelda release for the Gamecube should follow in Wind Waker’s footsteps with the same look. But with Nintendo’s video presentation during E3 on May 2004, Legend of Zelda fans got the surprise of their lives. Gamers got a glimpse of the upcoming Zelda title for the Gamecube which, instead of using the cartoony look everyone was expecting, used more “realistic” looking graphics making the game have a more mature appeal. And of course the game became one of the most anticipated Legend of Zelda releases ever.
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Twilight Princess takes place after the events of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time where we find Link settling in a peaceful village called Ordon. One day, the village is attacked by unknown monsters and takes away some of the village’s children and so Link sets out to rescue them, but as he moves out to find the missing children, Link gets faced with the Twilight and a shadow beast appears and drags him into the Twilight, transforming him into a wolf and getting him captured. But luckily, an imp named Midna appears and releases Link from captivity and leads him back to Princess Zelda. Link learns from Midna that Zant, King of the Twilight Realm has defeated the Guardians of Light and is crossing over to our realm and spread darkness all over the land. Link now sets out with Midna who helps him master his new acquired wolf form, on a journey to stop Zant and his evil plan.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is available for both the Gamecube and the Wii. The Wii version makes use of the Wii remote where players need to swing around the remote to make link swing his sword, while the Gamecube version simply makes use of the standard controller for the console. A little thing about the Wii version of the game that received criticism is that there is no left hand option for the Wii-mote, and Link has always been left-handed. This is also the first that portrays Link as right-handed. But after everything, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess remains to be a great game, only a bit more mature, and gaining a T rating from the ESRB.