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I remember buying The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on my Gamecube not long after it was first released, and was immediately let down by how formulaic the gameplay was after having played Ocarina of Time. It also didn’t help that the game started off really slowly, with more nimble action adventure games making Nintendo’s title feel incredibly sluggish in comparison. As a consequence, and despite its rarity, I sold Twilight Princess soon afterwords, and don’t regret it to this day.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is actually a HD remaster of the age-old Gamecube / Wii game, and benefits from the Wii U’s extra graphical horsepower. At the same time however, it’s also a lazy cash-in, as the original assets weren’t given a significant makeover, but were merely polished up a bit. Add to this, the price for which the game normally sells for still makes the whole package seem ridiculously expensive. But hey, that’s Nintendo for you…

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