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Zelda for Nintendo wii
Zelda for Nintendo wii has a title "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" can be considered the carrier game of Nintendo's latest baby, the Nintendo wii game system. The Nintendo wii system was originally codenamed "Revolution" but the company chose to change it so it sounds for customer friendly. During the launching date of Nintendo wii on November 14, 2006, Nintendo believes the "wii" pronounced, "we" is a game for everyone and designed so not only for video game aficionados but for the general customer populace as well who didn't quite appreciate video games.
Much of the reviews of Zelda for Nintendo wii stated that it is crafted with the same expertise as the other games in the series. The puzzles and gameplay are featured in 3D graphics that started since the games first release in 1998. Zelda for Nintendo wii is an updated version of the games from the series featured in a more exciting and marvelous ways.
For those who are unfamiliar with the Zelda games series, Zelda for Nintendo wii provides a lengthy adventure and many more exciting new characters and puzzles that you will not find in the previous Zelda games. However, Zelda for Nintendo wii tells the same tale. Zelda was a princess in Hyrule, a land on the brink of destruction. The character, manipulated by you of course, needs to act outright to save this land. Zelda for Nintendo wii is designed distinctly to have none of the twists featured in the previous series.
The setting in Zelda for Nintendo wii resembles a twilight, hence the title name "Twilight Princess". A darkness creeps in over the land and blanketing it in eternal dusk. Your role is to play as a Link - a boy with pointed ears who herds goats for a living in a distant village. Getting involved in the conflict, the Link transforms into a wolf in the twilight. At the beginning of the game, Link meets with mischievous little creature, Midna who rides on Link's back while in the wolf appearance. This character actually serves a similar purpose as to the character Navi in Ocarina, so for those familiar with the Zelda series, you should have a pretty good hint of how to manipulate this character in Zelda for Nintendo wii.
The background in the early parts of the game is set outide of the overworld as well as in various outdoor places. However, as the game progresses, you'll always encounter temples and dungeons where items lay for you to collect, solve puzzles, and fight masterminds. Zelda for Nintendo wii should now be available in video games stores at a retail price $59.99.