The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

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The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD features 1080p visuals that module enclose players in the mettlesome same never before.
  • With the Wii U GamePad controller, it’s cushy to control your listing and analyse maps.
  • Players module savor cruising the unstoppered seafaring with a newborn ironist Sail, transfer them to their incoming instruction and action-packed undertaking that such faster.
  • Once players obtain the Tingle Bottle item, they crapper enter with others by bill comments to Miiverse.
  • If the broadcasting is already in use, this mettlesome crapper been played off-TV on the Wii U GamePad.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker makes its historied convey on the Wii U housing with gorgeous HD graphics and enhanced mettlesome features. In this unchanged artist with a unequalled and flaming prowess style, you module pass Link as he sets discover on the large Great Sea to encounter his seize sister. Sail the seas in see of forfeited islands, fisticuffs fearsome enemies, verify on powerful bosses and essay discover the unreal Triforce.

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  1. 43 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is why I used to love playing video games, October 4, 2013
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    C. Reece (Honesdale, Pa.) –
      

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    I’m not going to give a lengthy review full of minute details, spoilers and pros and cons. This game is fun, pure and simple. It is hard enough to be a challenge, yet simple enough to encourage continued playing. It is appropriate for children; no close-up exploding headshots with exotic weapons or multiplayer battlefield death arenas that seem to be popular nowadays. I’ve had this game for 4 hours now. It is already much better than twilight princess or skyward sword. Sometimes, simpler is better.

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  2. 161 of 173 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The definitive version of a true Legend that feels brand new again, October 4, 2013
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    T. Hill “Relytia” (Portland, OR) –
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    This review is from: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD (Video Game)

    The Legend of Zelda is my favorite series in all of gaming, a lifelong hobby and a favorite pastime in and of itself for me, and The Wind Waker just happens to be my favorite entry in that series. When I first glimpsed the screenshots Nintendo revealed of this remake, I literally danced for joy all the way to my bedroom to wake my wife with the blessed news. I just couldn’t contain my excitement, and now that I finally have Wind Waker HD in my possession, it’s nearly everything I could have hoped for from one of my personal favorite and most influential video games of all time. Although I was pretty skeptical it could be *that* much of an upgrade when I first bought it, Nintendo really went all-out here, way beyond my expectations. Before you read this review any further, I need to insert this disclaimer: this review will be quite long (hopefully in an informative-from-a-superfan sort of way) and (mostly) full of gushing praise from a lifelong gamer who is super passionate about The Wind Waker. If long, detailed reviews are not your thing, then skip this one. You’ve been warned.

    For fans of Wind Waker who already know how amazing the core game is and just want to know what Nintendo upgraded and how this remake works out, skip the next two paragraphs. I bought the downloadable eshop version two weeks ago, and have become intimately acquainted with this remake by now, and I’ve played the original more times than I care to count. That been said, I think I’m more than capable of judging this version fairly.

    *What’s So Great About The Wind Waker?*

    If you’re unfamiliar with the game at all, you might wonder why I love Wind Waker so much. Well, it’d take a full-on dissertation to cover all that and I want this to mainly be about the remake itself, so I’ll try to sum up my feelings quickly. It’s true that pretty much every game in the Zelda series does a wonderful job capturing the epic tale of the “hero’s journey.” However, few Zelda games, and hardly any other games in general for that matter, have managed to capture the genuine and amazing feelings of discovery, exploration, and adventure like The Wind Waker did, at least for me anyway (Disclaimer: I love all Zelda games and am not bashing *insert your favorite Zelda title here* with that statement by any means. It’s all subjective, right?). The timeless graphical style is so vibrantly colorful and imagination fueled/fueling, complimented very well by its timeless sound design and stirring, iconic musical score from Koji Kondo. The surprisingly mature, deep, and impactful narrative is juxtaposed beautifully against the colorful “Toon” aesthetics. The entire cast of characters is lovable and unique because of the fantastic writing and localization. The graphical style helped in this area as well, as the cartoon/anime style made for beautifully expressive characters (I personally find character expressions in WW to be preferable to the prevalent motion capturing and photo-realism you see in games these days. I like video games that don’t always try to be interactive movies like so many modern “games” these days do. In my opinion, that approach ditches what makes video games such a unique, magical medium). In my opinion, The Wind Waker also features the most deep/interesting/engaging/sympathetic depiction of the series’ mainstay villain, Ganondorf/Ganon. Even to this day, the brand new oceanic setting and nautical theme makes the game feel so fresh in comparison with other entries in the series. Every race and island feels genuinely real and likable, giving an amazing sense of connection to the world despite its gargantuan size, which in turn makes the quest feel all the more urgent. When it comes to gameplay, the established LoZ mechanics were more refined than ever, and the new gameplay mechanics fit the series perfectly. The swordplay is still among the best of any traditional 3D Zelda game to date, in my opinion. It all just screams top-notch, timeless masterpiece for me. The game literally changed my tastes and gaming horizons forever when I first played it all those years ago, and my love for it has only deepened with time. To see it get a genuine HD remake treatment is an absolute dream-come-true for me.

    The original was not a perfect game though and I readily admit that. The game has a few noticeable flaws that keep it from the status of perfection that masterpieces such as Link’s Awakening, Ocarina of Time, A Link to the Past, and…

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