Zelda no Densetsu: Twilight Princess (Wii)
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This game is titled The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess in North America, Europe, and Australia and Zelda no Densetsu: Twilight Princess in Japan.
Strange looking Malo
Whenever you get the Slingshot or Bow and arrow, look
for Malo. He is the child that resembles a little infant. Pull
out either of these objects and stand in front of him. Shoot him
with it. He will pull his head back and say nothing. Alternately,
when you defeat the Darbus from Death Mountain go back into Kakariko
Village and find Malo. He is up on one of the higher ledges scouting
the area for monsters. He will ask if you can show him how to
use a bow. Say yes and you will be brought down next to Malo for
instructions. Turn your camera but do not move yourself and look
at Malo. His eyes will make him look like a child from a horror
Better quality sound
During game play, sounds like your sword being swung,
menu selections, item switching, etc. are played through the Wiimote
speaker, which is shallow and sounds cheap. Although it makes
the experience have more depth, the sound quality of that depth
is low. Press Home and turn the Wiimote speaker volume
all the way down to shut it off. All sounds will now play through
your television or sound system, and will be of much better quality.
Mario series reference
There is a Bullet Bill on Fyer's left arm.
At Jovani's house there are various pictures over the room. The one to his left
Wii or right
Gamecube resembles a Fighter Fly from the arcade game Mario Bros.
Zelda: Ocarina Of Time reference
- The three spirits that watch over Hyrule are a reference to the goddesses in Zelda: Ocarina Of Time. Their names are similar.
- In the house in the fishing hole, there are pictures on the wall. The one on the far left is that of the fisherman from Zelda: Ocarina Of Time.
- The songs that are played during the game (for example, the hidden skills and when you call for your horse or summon a bird), are the songs that you play in Zelda: Ocarina Of Time.
- When wearing the Zora Armor, if you look closely, The Zora Sapphire is used as a brooch on the armor.
- There are many paintings hanging on the walls of Snowpeak Ruins. They are all places of Hyrule, such as the goats from Ordon and the access to Temple of Time's Chamber of Time.
The Legend Of Zelda reference
After Midna destroys the barrier around Hyrule Castle, go to the Goron shop in Castle Town. On the balcony at the top of the stairs, talk to the Goron that is selling arrows. He says that they had been blind and such, then says, "Yes. It's a secret to everyone". This is a reference to the original The Legend Of Zelda on the NES.
The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask referenceThe Skull Kid leading you to the Sacred Grove is a reference to the Skull Kid in The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask and Zelda: Ocarina Of Time.
Wrong donation amount
In Kakariko Village's Malo Mart (after donating the first 1,000 rupees to repair the bridge), when asked to now donate the 2,000 rupees, give exactly 350 rupees. You will be thanked for your donation then the shop will open in Castle Town.
When you are in wolf form and Midna is not on your back, your shadow will still show you with Midna on your back.
As Link, go up to an edge. Then, ask Midna to warp. If done correctly, Wolf Link will appear to be floating just before you teleport.
Go over Kakariko graveyard
To activate this glitch, you must have first unlocked the Jump Strike hidden skill. After you have done this, go to Kakariko graveyard. As soon as you enter, go to the right. Go to the location with the rock jutting out of the wall. Then, look at the wall in front of you, which should have one layer that looks like you can climb up on it and another layer of plain wall behind it. Charge your Jump Strike while facing this wall and release. If done correctly, you should go up on the ledge. If not, keep trying or look elsewhere, as you may be in the wrong place. Once on the ledge, make your way along, as it is shaped somewhat like a path. There will be a point with a gap, with you on one side and more on the other side. Jump very carefully over to the other side, although you may slip. Make your way along the path again, shooting down crows if needed. Make your way up the mountain, but do not fall over the edge. You will eventually see the grave of King Zora. Go up the path and beside the waterfall. You may now jump behind the waterfall and swim under the graveyard. You may also use this trick to dive down under the grave and travel to Lake Hylia. However, be careful to use your Zora armor, and also be aware that you may randomly die by falling through the water.
Swim below the bottom of Lake Hylia
Go to where the small waterfall that is available from the Iza's bomb arrow jar game. Go to the left of the waterfall. Put on your Zora amor on take out your Clawshot. Hold L-targeting then hold the button your Clawshot is assigned to. Swim into the wall and you will be on the other side. You can then swim down and under the bottom of the lake. Do not go past the boundaries of the lake or you will fall and die.
Relocating pieces of heart
This trick requires the boomerang and the horse call. Target a piece of heart with the boomerang. When the boomerang catches it and is returning to you, use the horse call. This will stop the current flow of things for except the boomerang returning. The piece of heart will just fall on the ground. Note: If you are not fast enough, you will pick up the piece of heart. The boomerang can also be re-targeted toward anything else to increase the places where you could send the heart.
The Fused Shadow returns
After the last battle against Ganondorf, Midna appears in the fields, wearing the Fused Shadow Ganondorf just broke into pieces before the horse fight.
Mirror Of Twilight: Solid rock slab
Go to the Mirror Of Twilight in the Mirror Chamber. Look at the giant rock slab that the Mirror is reflecting onto. It looks hollow. Take out your ball and chain and throw it at the rock slab. Notice that it hits solid rock. Therefore, the portal may seem hollow but it is not. If the portal is not hollow, how does Link go through it?
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