Summary: I admit, I'm not much of a gamer, so I probably am not the best person to be reviewing a game. I felt that this game was, graphically, quite beautiful, but the movement seemed kind of clunky and it wasn't always clear what the game wanted me to do.
Summary: Ok, I will agree that some of the reviews here say that "There isn't enought action" or whatever. And other reviews say "This is the best ever." I am glad to say that both of these statments are correct. This game can only be enjoyed by a Zelda fan.
Summary: I bought his game, brought it home, and tore open the packaging with the hope of finding a quick, clever, traditional Zelda game. I didn't find that. I'd start with listing the cons, but the list is a bit too lengthy. So I'll start with the pros!
Near fatal bug can prevent the user from completing game
S. Shelton, Amazon
10 August 2007
Summary: This is an amazing game, up until the point where software bugs prevent the player (i.e. me) from continuing the adventure. Therefore, since only about 2/3rds of the game was available for me to play I rated it no greater than 2/3rds of the maximum.
Summary: I was hoping I was going to get the game with the cover that is displayed in the picture. I did not though, I instead got the red border Nintendo Selects edition. Now I know some are probably thinking, "WTH that's a dumb thing to be mad about" but as a collector I wanted the OG cover, not this...
Summary: I am sick of all the whining about NINTENDO deciding to delay LOZ:Twilight Princess. I would rather be able to play it now, but at least they didn't decide to scrap it altogether. I can wait a few more months for more content, which will make it a better game.