Twilight Princess, one of the Zelda games that Zelda fans have mixed feelings about. Some love it, some are dissapointed. I, for one, like the game. It is incredibly addicting and fun, and has a great story. The World is large and, for the most part, detailed and seems to draw you into Link's world. One of the few things I have against it though is that there is no voice acting what-so-ever. I know that Zelda games haven't ever had voice acting, but nowadays, it is almost a requirement for voices. I mean, you could make the main character not say a word while the rest of the characters in the game speak (like Metroid), and it would work out fine. Another thing that kind of bugged me was some of the graphics. TP looks great but many times, when entering a large field or plane, the textures are repeated in way to obvious a fasion and remind you of something you would find in a PS2 game! Also, the large fields and areas seem desolate, with not much being able to thrive on them, which is I think the opposite of what the developers wanted you to feel. For example, when I was about to enter the first large area in the game, I was kind of excited and was expecting to see an amazing, lush landscape. What I ended up seeing was a bland looking area that seemed to have not thought put into it whatsoever. Also, one more thing on graphics, when I hooked up my Wii to my HDTV and had the special cable you should get in order for the picture to turn out better (i can't remember the name of it), TP looks AWFUL! Very "boxy..." And if you go into a town or city that has buildings, try looking at them from far away and they just look like an ugly blotch on the horizon. Everything that is far away looks horrible. Now, I know the Wii does't support HD... but when I put Metroid Prime 3 in and played. It still looked amazing! No blotchiness or ugliness anywhere! So the Nintendo team needs to work on making the next Zelda for a console (not the DS cell-shaded crap) that has graphics, voices, and a gameplay experience worthy of the Zelda name.