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The Legend of Zelda: The Twilight Princess Review

Posted on Wednesday, December 13 2006 @ 13:24:44 CET by


All the grumbles you’ve heard are true. Technically speaking, this is a Gamecube game with Wii knobs on. On occasion, it features low-poly models and spectacularly fuzzy, N64-era textures. It could have done with a spot of anti-aliasing. Swinging the sword using the remote is not as natural or as lifelike as you hoped it would be. At times, switching to the bow and trying to aim means spending a few seconds trying to get the remote to register properly with the sensor bar. The music sounds dated and synthesised, and could have done with full orchestral treatment. The save system is flawed. Link looks a bit of a nonce.



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