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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:The first Legend of Zelda adventure for the Wii finds Link taking a walk on the wild side! A menacing darkness has enveloped the land of Hyrule. We've seen Link become a hero before...but this time he'll turn into something else, a wolf, to free Hyrule from this great evil. With his feral powers, plus the magic of a mysterious new ally named Midna, Link will attempt to bring light to the darkened land. Use weapons new and old, strike down hordes of revolting enemy creatures in thrilling horseback battles, then conquer gigantic bosses. Get help from commoners, solve puzzles, navigate perilous dungeons, and more.
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