Nintendo announced the launch of ”Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD”. The game is all set to hit the market this October. The single player game is categorized under Action/Adventure.
Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD is a remastered version of the Nintendo GameCube original. It will make a glorious return on the Wii U console. The game has gorgeous HD graphics and amazing gaming features. In this timeless classic with a beautiful and colorful cartoonish art style, players guide Link as he takes on the massive Great Sea in an attempt to locate his sister who got kidnapped. Players sail in search of the lost islands, take on fearsome enemies, fight powerful bosses and find the legendary Triforce.
Features of Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD
- The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD features 1080p visuals that will totally immerse players in the game.
- With the Wii U GamePad controller, it’s easy to view maps and manage your inventory.
- Players can now enjoy cruising the open sea with an exciting sail which gives them 50 percent more speed, bringing them to their next destination and action-packed adventure quicker.
- Once players receive the “Tingle Bottle” item, they can connect with others by posting comments to Miiverse. Through this new feature, comments or screen shots posted on Miiverse will wash up on the shores of other players’ games. It’s like finding a message in a bottle.
- Players can also take and store more pictures with an improved Pictograph and then post them on Miiverse.
- If the television is already in use, this game can been played off-TV on the Wii U GamePad.
Nintendo is also releasing a limited edition Wii U™ Deluxe Bundle for $299.99 which includes
- GamePad with Zelda-inspired gold accents
- Full game download
- Free digital version of Hyrule Historia, filled with the history and artwork of The Legend of Zelda series.
Official website of Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD: www.zelda.com/windwaker/
Legend of Zelda Facebook Page :www.facebook.com/LegendofZelda?fref=ts
Official Nintendo Website: http://www.nintendo.com/