If you run away from him, he runs towards you. His steps make a noise like ‘teeter-teeter-teeter’. A noise you might recognise from any cartoon.
The closest one can legitimately get to playing The Legend of Zelda on mobile is now the closest one can get to legitimately playing The Legend of Zelda on PC. Let's see how much Link is packed into the first five minutes of Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas.
"This is what I think Wind Waker would look like on the SNES," writes gilamasan, the guy behind this piece of Zelda fanart. "I imagined the sailing would be done with Mode 7 graphics like in Super Mario Kart and F-Zero." Looks about right to me. Head over here to see more of gilamasan's artwork.
First 4 Figures is launching a The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker statue line this year, and they're starting big. Here's a teaser for the first piece in the series. Look for more pics of Toon Ganondorf when he goes up for preorder later this week.
Painting Toon Link from start to finish, by redditor paosquared, made as a gift for a friend and then shared on r/zelda. paosquared documents the process in the imgur album embedded below, where you can also find hi-res photos of each stage.
I can totally imagine this scene: a seagull—voiced by Morgan Freeman—gives life-changing advices to a computer-animated Link from Wind Waker or from any of the Zelda games.
Batman: Arkham Origins by Auto Reply is one of this week's selection of 16 gaming wallpapers, including Child of Light, Dark Souls, and Skyrim featuring the Crysis Nanosuit Mod.
I mean I don't think that you forgot, really. It's just that it's never a bad thing to be reminded.
The prettiest Zelda game, now playable in virtual reality and in a new perspective. Awesome.
The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker in HD has been out for a while now, so we're all pretty clear on how great it looks. But now pixel artist Dean Bottino shows us that this art style goes really well with anything, even if it's a 16-bit, painted demake of the game.
Artist Liza van Kempen did a great job showing us what the characters in a Japanese-themed The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker would look like, by changing the atmosphere and everyone's outfit, yet keeping the original art style of the game.
Actually, Ganon being lactose intolerant would explain all the world-conquering rage. Life without cheese must be hard.
Yes, yes I know Wind Waker HD just came out. This is something totally different. With fancy water! And guitars!
It's fascinating, picking up The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker for the first time. You get something like culture shock—holy crap, everything's so bright! The faces are so goofy. Is that really what Link's grandma looks like?
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.
The latest trend in video games: selfies. Check out this smart Wired piece about the Myspace phenomenon that's found its way into a couple of video games that are out this week. What's next—gangnam style? (ATTN: Video game developers. Please do not add gangnam style to your games.)
Did you know that the Hero of
Time Winds almost shot laser beams out of his eyes?
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.
Just in time for the release of Wind Waker in beautiful HD quality, the artists over at Whatisblik added eight superb Wind Waker-themed wall decalls into their selection. And it matches the unique art style of the game almost perfectly.