# Sunday, 25 February 2007

I recently brought The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess for my Nintendo Wii. After nearly 80 hours of game playing I have now just completed the Temple of Time and am well on my way to starting the sky level. I have always been a fan of the Zelda games having owned A Link to the Past on my SNES. I think its the problem solving that appeals to me most. Twilight Princess has many new features such as the ability to ride a horse which you can call to your side using the special horse grass and later in the game the horse calling charm. I also like the feature that allows you to switch between wolf and person. This adds a new puzzle element to the game as there are certain things you can only see when you are in wolf mode such as the diggable places and the Poes souls.

The game starts off quite simply but as you collect more and more weapons from the various creatures you kill it becomes quite complex and can be puzzling when you have to switch between several different weapons to kill a particular creature. Whilst so far I have managed to go through most of the game working it out for myself I must admit to a few sneaky peeks at this particularly good walk through guide http://uk.gamespot.com/features/6162248/p-2.html in moments of dark despair at three 0 clock in the morning (yes this game really is that addictive). In all I am so far very impressed with game and as I estimate I am half way though it probably have many more enjoyable hours game play ahead of me.