Twlight Princess was Awesome PDF Print E-mail
Written by Adam (Vergil)   
Sunday, 11 March 2007
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Okay so this is actually something  close to three weeks late but I have beaten Twlight Princess on the the Wii. While avoiding spoilers I do want to say the game was very very very good, and I am currently having issues deciding where to place it on my list of favorate Zelda games ever.  I really want to just hand it that award, but I'm definately more likely to pick up and play through Link to the Past or the original The Legend of Zelda at random than re-play-through Twlight Princess. 
However I will easily declare TP better than OoT or WW as it lacks my problem with each of those games.  I still take great issue with OoT's ending, and WW has all sorts of parts in it that make me want to tear my hair out.  Yes, overall WW was an out-freakin'-standing game, but having to colllect Triforce maps followed by Triforce peices one after another is a much lamer thing to do than give me like 3 more dungeons to the game.   Some of the bonus stuff in WW too was just dumb and I never wanted to do it.  TP on the other hand, I do want to go and find all the bugs and maybe all the poes and beat the last STAR challenge, and all that stuff. 

Still, I'm not sure how badly I want to play through TP again, especially so soon after I beat it, but it's not like the game has a part that makes me go "ugh, I don't want to do that again," which to be honest is real cool. TP's Link is definately one of the coolest of them and the mounted combat sequences were fun (at least for me they were). 

If nothing else, TP is good enough to have my dad play it, and my dad never played Zelda before.  He still doesn't care for the "hookie story" as he calls it, but he loves the dungeon puzzles and seems to enjoy the combat.  He's still waiting for Prime3 of course, but this is an okay hold over.

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