Summary: Bought this for the kids for Christmas last year. They played it for about two weeks, off and on, perhaps an hour or two at a time, and then never turned it on again. Apparently, there was not much gameplay that appealed to them.
Summary: Oh no! Haters will be all over me! How?! How did this game receive a 3. Well, that's simple. I do not like it. I recognize the artsy graphics are nice, the great controls are intuitive, and the story line is intriguing -- that's where the first 3 stars are earned. However, it lacks in every other dimension. I found myself doing simple mundane tasks for a video game that is supposed to entertain me. That's not entertaining.
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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. Newcomers will have a harder time getting used to the style of this game, since this was Link's first time in HD.
Summary: Don't get me wrong; I LOVE the Legend Of Zelda series and readily admit that it is the BEST series Nintendo has. But that also means that the standards are pretty high. I admit that I played Skyward Sword before this one, which may have influenced my opinion for the sake that Skyward Sword just feels so natural and smooth to play. Skyward Sword is a true motion control game; Twilight Princess is not. If you want to see what I mean, go to the end of the review.
Summary: older game with older graphics but still fun and a good time to play as a single. I bought this to get into the Zelda experience and to build my skills. Not as good as new graphic games and a bit difficult to work through. I have Link's crossbow training and I like it a lot better. Still a good game.
Summary: I love the Legend of Zelda series. That being said, the start of this game dragged on for what felt like hours. The incredibly slow start to the game made it near impossible to get into it, and made it feel more like a chore to pick up and start playing then to do it for fun. After you get through the first couple hours of the game (progression, not exploring), the game picks up and is a lot more fun.