The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Review
The darkest of the series makes its HD debut
There is no denying that Twilight Princess HD, despite it's new HD moniker, is a dated game. Now whether those dated mechanics are a pro or a con is certainly subjective. Much of the gameplay mechanics we take for granted like waypoints are really nowhere to be found here. On the flipside, those who like the challenge of exploring the world themselves and discovering where to go next, will certainly love to return to this darker Hyrule to get lost in it all over again.
But best of all, if Twilight Princess came out before your time, then what better way to get to play it once again, than with improved controls and item management. It's certainly not perfect, and still a little rough around the edges, but it easily the best way to either experience for the first time, or re-experience it all over again.
That means we're getting a Skyward Sword HD remaster next, right Nintendo?