The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Thriller
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Eiji Aonuma
2 nominations
Country: Japan
Release Date: 2006-11-19
Akira Sasanuma
Akiko Kômoto
Hironori Miyata
Junji Kitajima
Zant (voice)
Jun Mizusawa
Princess Zelda
Takeharu Ônishi
Juri Takita
Ilia (voice)
Sayaka Aida
Hiromi Hirata
Naomi Wakabayashi
Akiko Kawamoto
Herself (uncredited)
Yuiko Tatsumi
Agitha (voice) (uncredited)
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According to the official Legend of Zelda timeline that was created by the makers themselves, the Zelda chronology is split in parallel timelines during The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998). This created a Child Era and an Adult Era timeline. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006) is a sequel to the Child Era of Ocarina of Time, and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (2000).
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The Gamecube version was the last game that Nintendo ever produced for the console.
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Ganandorf makes his appearance very late in to the game. We do not see him for the first time until the after the 8th dungeon is completed.
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Link's house does not have a bed even though it is implied he sleeps there at night.
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Any time Link is using the magnetic boots to walk on the ceiling, his clothes remain the same as if he was standing on the ground, that is, gravity does not seem to affect them. The only exception to this is in the Death Mountain dungeon, when Link is being carried by the magnetic cranes, when his hat does hang down.
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In the flashback scene where Princess Zelda is offered the ultimatum to surrender or die, there is a close-up shot of her dropping her sword to the floor in front of her. In the overhead shot immediately following, Zelda is holding her sword again.
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Ganondorf: Do not think that this ends here... the history of light and shadow will be written in blood!
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Ganondorf: [to Link] An impressive looking blade... but nothing more.
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If this is a sequel to Ocarina of Time, why is the flashback to Ganondorf's defeat and imprisonment different from the events of Ocarina of Time?
Because they both show a different event.Ocarina of Time ended with the Seven Sages trapping Ganondorf in the Dark Realm. The Sages were friends of Link, who he helped reawaken to assume their role as sage. In Twilight Princess, which takes place a century later, the Sages are ghostly apparitions who try to execute Ganondorf, and after failing so, subsequently imprison him in the Twilight Realm. However, these are technically two seperate Ganondorfs.The reason is that Ocarina of Time splits the entire chronology into three timelines: the Child Era, the Adult Era and the Defeat Era. In the Adult Era, Ganondorf was defeated by Link, and locked away into the Sacred Realm with the aid of Link's Sage friends. This timeline is followed by The Wind Waker (where Ganondorf escapes from the Realm). In the Child Era, the story happened in a different way, and a different group of Sages was called upon to banish Ganondorf at the Arbiter's Grounds. These events were not shown in Ocarina of Time as they happened after the events of that game, and Link did not take part in this since he was only a child then. It should also be noted that the Link from Twilight Princess is another reincarnation of the Hero, and thereby a different person than the Link from Ocarina of Time, since there is a century between them. However, the Ganondorfs from both games are (more or less) the same, as Ganondorf's trapped spirit from Ocarina of Time is released in Twilight Princess.
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