Returning to the Twilight Realm

You discovered it once, you saved it twice and now you’re back for a third time!

If you missed the ability to turn into a wolf and travel with an interesting character, say no more.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is here for those who are playing it for the first time and those who want to remember an epic adventure.

Of course, it brings new elements. You’ll be able to scan the place with the minimap and switch items easily, on the Wii U GamePad. You can also take advantage of the Wii U GamePad screen to play without the TV (Off-TV play).

Some Miiverse Stamps are scattered around the world. Use them while posting your drawings or thoughts!

There’s also a Hero Mode for the bravest of adventurers, which places you in a mirrored world, where Link takes double damage. The Wii version of Twilight Princess is also a mirrored version of the GameCube game. Since most people are right-handed, and Link is originally left-handed, they inverted the whole game (world and character).

The Twilight Zelda HD is also compatible with Legend of Zelda amiibo figures. Use Zelda or Sheik to restore hearts, Link and Toon Link to restore arrows and Ganondorf to take extra damage! Tap the new Wolf Link amiibo to unlock the Cave of Shadows, a new level where you can train, with Wolf Link and Midna, and record your efforts.

Wolf Link Amiibo

You can watch the launch trailer at the end of the post and you can also watch a Retrospective of Twilight Princess by its developers, below.


Also, why not take a look at GoogleMaps? Use the cushion pin for amazing adventures on Earth!

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is available for GameCube and Wii.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is available for Wii U.

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