Whole story of The Legend of Zelda and Metriod?

Ok so i might get Twilight Princess and Metriod 3 for wii and im wondering whats the story behind them.

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    metroid is a vague and boring game and i cant even comprhend the game i quit on the second level because it was so boring

    but the zela game is the best single player game ever made in my opinion and its about link living his life and stuff and then monsters attack, and kidnaps children of the village and link trys to save them but along the way he gets turned into a wolf and a twilight monster helps link, and then once you save the childen you owe the monster named midna a favor and must save the whole land... theres much more but play the game for the rest

    any ways it seems that your only getting single player games and get some fun multiplayer games like super smash bros brawl

    have fun :D

    Source(s): i have all the games i listed
  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Hey,

    I easily got for free Broken Sword Return of the Templars here: http://j.mp/1ub0KzR

    no surveys, no scams, just the full game!

    The story is based on the ancient order of Templar Knights and their dark secrets.

  • 1 decade ago

    Okay I recommended you not to read the whole story because there a lot to read but you can watch a video

    here a video kinda old not that much.

    story line http://www.gametrailers.com/player/15194.html

  • 1 decade ago

    wikipedia is a wonderful thing...

    Set more than a century after the events of Ocarina of Time,[6] the game begins with Link living and working as a ranch hand in Ordon Village. When monsters suddenly attack the village and kidnap the village children along with his close friend Ilia, Link pursues the attackers. When Link approaches the twilight entrance he is pulled into the Twilight Realm, where the powers of Twilight transform him into a wolf. A monster drags him off before he wakes up and imprisons him in Hyrule Castle. An imp-like creature named Midna appears and after helping Link escape his cell, guides him to Princess Zelda, who is locked away in a tower.

    A Shadow Beast pursues Wolf Link and Midna in the Twilight Realm.

    Midna explains (after two Fused Shadows are found) that the Twilight King Zant is trying to change the Twilight Realm and Hyrule into a land of darkness using an evil power. Zant is a member of the Twili, a race of beings descended from magicians banished to the Twilight Realm by the great Light Spirits of Hyrule. Midna is a Twili who is searching for a weapon called the Fused Shadows to defeat Zant, who is evil, and save the Twilight Realm. Restoring the four Light Spirits of Hyrule, Link and Midna reassemble the Fused Shadows that had been broken up and hidden in the Forest Temple, Goron Mines, and Lakebed Temple, while finding Ilia and the children along the way. However, Zant then appears and takes the Fused Shadows, embeds a black crystal in Link's forehead (trapping him in his wolf form), and exposes Midna to the light of the Light Spirit Lanayru, critically injuring her. Link rushes Midna to Princess Zelda, who reveals that the only way Link can return to his normal form is to find the Master Sword. Zelda combines her heart with Midna's to heal her, allowing Midna to exist outside of the Twilight but causing Zelda to mysteriously disappear. After Link reaches the Master Sword, Zant's black crystal is forced out of him. Midna keeps the crystal, allowing Link to assume his wolf form at will.[29]

    Link and Midna travel through Gerudo Desert and conquer the Arbiter's Grounds dungeon to reach the Mirror of Twilight—the only way to enter the Twilight Realm and stop Zant—only to discover that Zant has broken it. The ancient sages who guard the mirror reveal that they banished Ganondorf to the Twilight Realm using the Mirror, and that he may be the source of Zant's newfound powers. They also state that Zant tried but failed to destroy the Mirror completely. His failure was because his powers are false, and only the true ruler of the Twili has the power to destroy the Mirror. He could only break it into four fragments, and three are missing. After journeying through the Snowpeak Ruins, the Temple of Time, and the Oocca's City in the Sky, they obtain the missing Mirror shards. After Link and Midna restore the Mirror, the sages reveal that Midna is the true ruler of the Twili, the Twilight Princess, and that Zant's curse turned her into an imp. When Link and Midna confront Zant in the Twilight Realm, he explains that he encountered Ganondorf while in a rage about being passed over as the king of the Twili. Ganondorf offered to make Zant's wishes come true, and made Zant a vessel for his power. A now furious Midna regains the Fused Shadows, and uses a fraction of her ancestor's magic to seriously injure and depower Zant.[29]

    Link and Midna return to Hyrule Castle, which is surrounded by a seemingly impenetrable magical barrier in the form of an octahedron, but Midna breaks through it with the Fused Shadows. They then encounter Ganondorf, who possesses Zelda, and Link is forced to fight Zelda. After Link defeats her, Midna purges Zelda of Ganondorf's spirit. He then transforms into the form of a giant boar (his "Ganon" form). After Link defeats Ganon, Zelda's spirit is released from Midna's body, bringing Zelda back to life. Ganondorf then reappears in the form of a floating, flaming apparition that looks like his head (his "god" form). Midna teleports Link and Zelda to safety, and tries to destroy him with the Fused Shadows. However, after Link and Zelda are safely transported to Hyrule Field, Hyrule Castle is destroyed. Ganondorf defeats Midna, and appears on horseback holding the Fused Shadow that Midna wore on her head and crushes it in his hand. Zelda prays to the Light Spirits, who grant her the Light Arrows, and she and Link battle Ganondorf on horseback. Ganondorf falls from his horse in battle, and challenges Link to a sword-fight. After battling, Link drives the Master Sword into Ganondorf's glowing wound. Ganondorf stands, impaled, believing the Triforce of Power will save him. However, the image of the Triforce fades from his hand, leaving a dying Ganondorf. Because Zant's life force had been tied to Ganondorf, Zant dies as a result of Ganondorf's death.[29]

    With Ganondorf defeated, the curse that Zant put on Midna, who survived her defeat at his hands, is b

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