When bad darkness covers the land of Hyrule, a young farm boy named Link must find his inner hero and animal.
- Link changes into a wolf when he goes to the Twilight Realm. He needs the help of a strange girl named Midna to search the land. Using the power and controls of the Wii, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess lets you aim with the Wii Remote in a very precise way.
- The Wii Remote and the NunchukTM controllers are used for fishing, sword attacks, and aiming projectile weapons, among other things.
- Players ride their horses into battle against armies of nasty creatures and use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers to use a sword and a shield. They then face huge bosses that you have to see to believe.
- Link’s quest isn’t over until he solves all the puzzles that stand in his way, so players need to be smart as they look for weapons and items.
Game storyline: Link, a young man who has grown up in a small village as a wrangler, is sent to deliver a gift to the royal family of Hyrule. Before he can leave, something bad happens in the village, and he is pulled into the darkness that has fallen over Hyrule. When he goes into that realm, he turns into a wolf and is taken, prisoner. Someone named Midna, who is unknown, helps him get away. With her magic, they set out to get rid of the shadows and free the land.
Characters: Link, Zelda, Midna, and a lot of other new and old characters can be found in this game.
How to move forward in the game: Link has to explore the huge land of Hyrule and figure out why it went dark. As he does this, he will need to ask friendly people for help, figure out puzzles, and fight his way through dangerous dungeons. He will have to use his wolf skills and Midna’s magic to bring light to the land during the twilight.
Special powers, weapons, moves, or features: In addition to his trusty sword and shield, Link can use his bow and arrows by aiming them with the Wii Remote. He can also fight while riding a horse and use a lot of new and old items. Players can swing their swords, spin their attacks, and push their shields with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers.