The seventh dungeon of this game - The City in the Sky - is likely based on M.C. Escher's painting "Another World".
Contributed By: KeyBlade999.
Twilight Princess is available on 3 consoles(GameCube, Wii, and Wii U), more than any other Zelda game to date.
Contributed By: XTheGamerX.
Another scene from the first trailer showed a small army of monsters marching up a hill and Link riding out to meet them on Epona, set amidst a fiery sunset, and a scene in the second trailer showed Link walking through a forest with some kind of a giant. Both scenes were cut, though it's speculated that the monster army might have been an early version of the Bulbin attack on Karkariko. The giant doesn't appear in the finished game at all.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is the final licensed game released for the GameCube in Japan.
Contributed By: ironyisntdead.
The first trailer had a scene of Link walking through a dark, shadowy forest by the light of his lantern. For some reason there are a lot of cats in the forest as well, implying animals held a bigger role (as do several early screenshots). This forest (dubbed the "beta forest" by fans) was absent from the game. A different unused forest exists as a Debug Room but the actual "beta forest" isn't in the final game.
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