Though many will be picking up this superb action-adventure game purely for the Wolf Link and Midna amiibo, there's still a stellar adventure to be had in Hyrule's darkest iteration yet.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess has a somewhat muddled timeline. Back in 2003, a new Legend of Zelda was announced for the GameCube consoles, this was eventually revealed to be Twilight Princess and was slated for release in November 2005. However, as the release date drew closer Twilight Princess was delayed to allow time for developers to port the game to Nintendo's upcoming console, the Wii. Eventually, Twilight Princess released for the Wii in November 2005 (with added motion controls) and then on the console it was intended for in 2006. Now, just over 10 years later, the game has made its way to Wii U consoles as an HD remake. If you were too late to the game with Nintendo's Wii or never had the pleasure of owning a Gamecube, you too can experience the magical Midna and lycanthropic Link in Twilight Princess on Nintendo Wii U.
Often remembered as the darkest Hyrulian adventure, Twilight Princess features a version of Hyrule that is less lush and colourful than usual.
Set several centuries after the Ocarina and Majora's Mask timelines, Twilight Princess introduces to a Link who has been living a normal life as a ranch hand. When the village is attacked by creatures with mounts and spears, and the village's children are kidnapped, Link (with a newfound ability to transform into a wolf) sets off on a journey with the Twilight imp, Midna, to rescue Hyrule
Best of all, you can pick up a copy of Twilight Princess that comes bundled with an exclusive Wolf Link amiibo. Here are the best prices in Australia you can find it for.
- JB HIFI: $89.00
- EB Games: $99.95
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