The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
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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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

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Rated 16 Feb 2018
The kinky one. The one where when darkness falls, you turn into an animal, and a strange pubescent woman with a Master fetish rides your back and barks orders. When you reach the climax, Zelda is penetrated by evil magic and you have to wrestle both evils into submission. Let's just say that when this Link returns home to Ordon, he's now a man.
Rated 24 Feb 2018
It's still good and all but it's so fucking BROWN. I liked that you actually got to have a proper sword fight with Ganondorf.
Rated 29 Jan 2018
Without a doubt this is just Ocarina of Time 2. But I love Ocarina of Time, so I won't complain too much about that.
Rated 05 Feb 2018
It's like Ocarina of Time except even easier. I liked the darker aesthetics, it has easily the best music of the series and Midna is the best companion, but the bug-hunting Wolf setpieces were extremely tedious.
Rated 15 Jan 2019
Good, but not the most memorable Zelda game. A few parts stuck with me, but I was just watching some Youtube videos and I realized I have no memory of most of the dungeons or any of the boss fights. It was almost like watching a game I've never played.
Rated 19 Jan 2018
A pseudo-remake of Ocarina of Time. While it could have benefitted from little bit more originality in terms of story and world, it nails the Zelda formula. Nitpicks: The wolf mechanics are kind of boring, too many of the items fell like they were designed for one specific dungeon, the sky temple is boring. All-in-all still a great Zelda game.
Rated 28 Jan 2018
This game gets a lot of shit for being an edgier version of OoT in terms of flair, which is warranted. But I'd go so far to say it's better in terms of combat and dungeons. TP actually has some semblance of crowd control and it works surprisingly well with multi-enemy encounters. But the thing is you rarely need to play defensively because most enemies have low aggression towards you and the camera causes many headaches. It also doesn't really salvage the usual formula of garbage Zelda puzzles.
Rated 26 Jan 2018
This game is supposed to be really solid. I get that. I still prefer Ocarina of Time.
Rated 24 Oct 2019
I remember playing this at my friends. None of us at the time had any idea on where to go. My friend probably beat this by now. I don't like these games mainly because it's just a struggle to get from point A to B.
Rated 04 Mar 2018
A great addition to the franchise.
Rated 22 Oct 2018
It's essentially Ocarina of Time 2, which is just fine by me but also severely hampers this game's potential. The wolf-mechanics don't do enough to differentiate this from the N64 classic.
Rated 13 Apr 2018
Twilight Princess is exactly the Zelda game which was needed at the time. It is an improvement on Wind Waker as far as the world is concerned. It does falter occasionally during the Twilight wolf segments.

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