The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

released on Dec 13, 2002

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The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

released on Dec 13, 2002

An entry in the Legend of Zelda series of action-adventure games in which Link, a boy living modestly on a small island in the Great Sea, sets off on a sailing adventure after his sister is kidnapped by a giant bird, but is eventually thrust into the same position as the Hero of Time told in legend, and has to face Ganondorf, the reincarnated villain of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998).

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El barco es la mayor basura que he visto en un Zelda en mi vida.

still beautiful even 20y later
- combat and camera sometimes aren't good
- sometimes the game it's too much clueless

It's been my favourite video game of all time since I was a kid.
First played it when I was like 4.

A meh game, honestly, it's kind of short, and the dungeons are more or less easy.
Graphics, on the other hand, are beautiful, I think this game left a before and an after in the world of cell shading, the combat is my favourite on the series, watching this Link attack is a show.
Traveling the Great Sea can be a bit boring, even after you get the Ballad of Gales.

The best Zelda game ever made? HOLY SHIT. The only complaint is that sailing can be sluggish but with that out of the way. Graphics are beautiful. Enemies are stylish and NPC's look goofy but like people. Each one has a name and a little back story. There may not be many populated islands but the ones that are are brimming with characters to meet. Tott the dancer, the random Rito that disappears after Earth Temple, the butler, booger kid, Candy, Fishman, Niko, Medli, Aryll, Beedle, Makar, Killer Bees and Tingle. Just absolutely memorable characters. The dungeons are wonderful, theres charts in the game that help you find all the items IN GAME. No online or nothing. Just beautiful. Just explore the world, this vast sea and see what you can find. I for one just LOVE the pictobox sidequest. my first time beating the game I didn't even know about the Club in Forest Haven. Its just wonderful how a quest with a NEW item, and new characters that spans the entire game and is genuinely challenging is just. Its special to me. Its not a focus but they put a lot of effort into something the fans would appreciate and boy do I ever. Worth the 100%. Haven't played 2nd quest yet but I am 100% going back. Tingle Tuner and all.

First Zelda game I ever played, I love the vibrant colours and crisp art style and I vividly remember having a scuffle with a livid flock of Cuccos lmao