The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess marks the first time that a Zelda game launched with a Nintendo console. This is also the thirteenth game in the series to be released. Another first, this is the first Zelda game to earn a rating of “T”, or Teen, from the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB). Quite a few milestones for Twilight Princess to hold up to on its first day.
Keeping to the style of the other titles in the Zelda franchise, Twilight Princess is an action adventure set in a fantasy world. A generic description for an awesome franchise. This is also one of the few titles that was released on both the Wii and Gamecube, each with their own distinctive differences. The Wii verison makes use of the speaker and motion controls in the Wii Remote for instance. Obviously, the Wii version is more intensive for the player through actually swinging the Wii Remote to get Link to swing his sword in the game.
If you are wanting to play The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess you are going to have to find an original copy as it is not available digitally yet. This could be rectified in the future on the Wii U though, if it is, we will make sure to alert you.
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