Rory’s Wii U Game of October

A game that was originally released ten years ago, remade with the Wii U with shiny HD graphics. This game caused quite a lot of controversy when it was originally released due to the drastic new art style.
Ten years later, and people have (mostly) come to accept it and think highly of this entry in a legendary series of video games.

What else could this game be other than The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD? I was around when the original one came out on the GameCube; in fact I must have been around eleven or twelve at the time.
Link takes to the high seas on a quest to save his sister Aryll after a giant bird takes her from their home of Outset Island. As he explores the Great Sea, Link will have to overcome several trials.

The Wind Waker is generally considered one of the easier Zelda games, and it is fairly short when compared to the other 3D entries into the series. Regardless, it is a damn good game well worth playing. Whether you’ve played it before, or are experiencing it for the first time I would recommend it.

Since Zelda happens to be one of my favourite video game franchises of all time (right up there with Fire Emblem), I am very much looking forward to this. I also splashed out and pre-ordered the special version from GAME that comes with a Gandondorf figurine, which will be displayed proudly alongside Homura Akemi.

About Rory

I enjoy writing, manga, anime and video games, so naturally here on my blog, you will find anime reviews, Nintendo news and other such things that I deem interesting.
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