this deserves, it is one of the best games i have ever played, creative dungeons, interesting charectors, good story, good gameplay, long game with alot of side stuff. it has it all. the only thing i can say bad about the game is that it seems to have alot of glitchs, one person is stuk in a place where it thinks theres someone in the room and there isnt and he wont let you leave and you cant warp out if someone is nearbye, so hes stuck there. and for some reason my wii has an anti-zelda thing now or something causs its the only game that wont let me use the -,+, or home buttons, and the sword wont work, and it does it only with that game and even if i put another zelda game in it, it does it again, but besides all those glitchs it is a great game.
I waited over 2 years for this and look what I got, an absolutely AMAZING game! Now, like all games this is not without flaws, but it is one of my favorite games nonetheless.
Okay...you may be thinking this should be lower, but it was made for the GameCube! Some of you may think that it should get an even lower score because of that, but would like it delayed AGAIN for better graphics? I didn't think so. Actually, I find it incredible that the GC could pull this off.
This has the most amazing story for a Zelda game ever. It had me at the edge of my seat the whole time wanting to know what happens. Perfect.
Music: 7/10 Sound: 10/10 Overall: 8.5/10
Okay, normally the music in Zelda games is so memorable, but, in all honestly, I can't remember an original tune as I type this. Don't get me wrong, it sounds great...just doesn't stand out.
Now the sound...perfect. I really couldn't ask for more. Now it doesn't have voice acting...but in my opinion, that's a plus!
This is the most important part people, and it's -almost- perfect. This game feels made for the Wii remote...not tacked on. The only bad thing about it are your tools. Most of them are so new and creative, but do you use them outside of the dungeon you got them in? Not all that much. Kind of disappointing. Also, what's with the lack of interacting with NPCs? After the second dungeon you almost just are by yourself for the rest of the game, (not counting one "person" who tags along with you the entire ride).
Replay value: 10/10
Like any Zelda game so far, I have not gotten tired of it. I beat it twice so far, (first playthrough being 33 hours), and it's just so much fun!
I love this game, but it just feels like there's something small missing. Still buy...err...rent it, then buy it ASAP.
Okay, I think I should begin by saying that I am somewhat new to Zelda. I played the N64 Zelda's in the past, but I was so young that they couldn't hold my attention. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is my first REAL experience with the Zelda franchise. I bought the game about two days ago and I'm already 11 hours into it. I can hardly put it down long enough to write this review. The combination of a great storyline and intuitive controls has never been done this well. I would suggest that anyone who has the slightest interest in puzzles or RPG's play this game. If you are a non-gamer or "casual" gamer, however, you would do good to stay away from this one. Twilight Princess is for people who don't mind investing 80+ hours in one game. To me this just means that I get more bang for my buck. My only complaints about the game are that it does look like a port and the fact that there are no voice-overs. Now, the graphics are good, but every gamer knows that this game started out on the Gamecube and it shows. There is no excuse, however, for not haveing voice-overs. No Zelda has ever had voice-overs and to be honest the loyal Zelda fans are tired of reading cut scenes while Final Fantasy fans just get to sit back and relax during cut scenes. The good far out weighs the bad. This is one of the only times you will ever see me give a game a 10 out of 10.