Any little change in a Legend of Zelda game—tweaks to established mechanics, a shift in art style or sly nods to a previous iteration—excites and infuriates the players who love Nintendo’s iconic RPG series. Eiji Aonuma knows this and the designer who’s charting the future for the franchise came to New York ready to…
As you know, the graphically (and otherwise) upgraded version of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker arrives in brick and mortar stores around the US early next month. Good thing there's also a digital download version which comes out today.
If you've ever had the misfortune of drinking with me and bringing up the subject of video games, you'll have suffered through me telling you how Wind Waker isn't just my favourite Zelda game of all time, it's my favourite game of all time.
The Wii U remake of the the GameCube's Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker will be available two weeks earlier than initially announced by Nintendo, but only if you download it to the console. The download will be available on September 20.
Nintendo's longtime chief of all things Zelda, Eiji Aonuma says the development team on the Wii U remake of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker will not be adding content to their remake of the open-ocean 2002 GameCube classic. But you will be making some.