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Submitted by Pozzle 1022d ago | opinion piece

Twilight Princess Dungeons: Arbiter’s Grounds

ZD writes: My apologies for the delay in writing this review, but now I can finally cover Arbiter’s Grounds. Scary dungeons are common in the Zelda series, starting with Ocarina of Time’s Shadow Temple. The Zelda games have often had a single dungeon ripe with scary elements, and Arbiter’s Grounds continues this trend but combines it with multiple other elements, particularly those of a desert dungeon. But how does it stack up to other dungeons in general, scary or otherwise? (GameCube, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Wii)

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