Someone Found Leeds Castle In The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess launched 14 years ago for the Wii and Gamecube, with a subsequent port to the Wii U, but still people are finding hidden details to this day. One Redditor, BanzaitheBat, found the origins of a framed picture found in the game – it turned out to be an image of Leeds Castle.

Banzai stated that they were playing on the Gamecube version of Twilight Princess and found the framed picture in Chudley’s Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium. They clocked that it was Leeds Castle in particular because it reminded them of a place they went to as a kid.

After making this connection, they went online to try and find the picture only to discover what is, in their words, “a near-perfect match.” However, they looked to see if the image of Leeds Castle was in the Wii U port, Twilight Princess HD, only to find that it had been removed for whatever reason.

It could be that Nintendo either didn’t have permission to use the image in the first place and simply wanted a generic picture of a castle with the hopes that nobody would notice. It could also be that Nintendo did indeed purchase the stock only to no longer have the rights to use it for the remaster.

If you do have the Gamecube version lying around somewhere, you can find this picture by heading over to the aforementioned Chudley’s Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium in Hyrule Castle Town. However, after the bridge is repaired in Hyrule Field, the shop gets replaced by Malo Mart Castle Branch.

It’s not the only change that the HD port made to the shop, as all of the prices shot up a significant amount, whether it was the bombs that changed from 3,000 to 12,000 Rupees or the Magic Armor that went up a staggering 4x from 100,000 to 400,000 Rupees. If this slept-on Zelda ever gets the Super Mario 3D All-Stars treatment, hopefully, Nintendo opts for the original copy not only for the prices but also so we can fawn over this framed picture of Leeds Castle once more.

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