5 Things We’d Like to See in The Wind Waker HD

The legendary GameCube game is coming to Wii U this fall! Here’s some of the best improvements we want to see in the remake.

By Kyle England. Posted 02/08/2013 10:00 3 Comments     ShareThis

The reveal of a high-def remake of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for Wii U was one of the most exciting announcements of the January 23rd Nintendo Direct. The Wind Waker remains one of the most visually impressive GameCube games, and it looks like it’s going to be absolutely stunning in 1080p. We saw that a remake could breathe new life into a Zelda game with Ocarina of Time 3D, so the potential for a Wind Waker redux is very high.

Nintendo stated that the new HD remake is going to have Off-TV gameplay, Miiverse support, and some of the gameplay will be “tuned.” This is very interesting indeed. What exactly could this gameplay tuning entail? People have been reeling and speculating on what the wizards at Nintendo have planned. Nothing concrete has been revealed so far, but I have a few ideas for some things that would really improve The Wind Waker experience. So now, here are five things we’d like to see in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD remake for Wii U! If Nintendo has half a brain, all of these items will be included, because they are awesome.

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3 Responses to “5 Things We’d Like to See in The Wind Waker HD

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    Robin Wilde says...

    The cut content would be fantastic and I’d love to see it included. I imagine they still have all the art assests, etc. hanging around and it wouldn’t be too much of a problem to remake them.

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    jakrabbit says...

    I recon if they shrank the heads of main characters so they don’t look like lolipops they would increase the apeal of the game to a wider audience, thats my only gripe with the art design as it seems soley focused on children. Of coarse i don’t expect that to happen.

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    NintendoFan0801 says...

    I’ve always thought the art design was fitting for the game. Yes the characters do look strange with bit heads and floating eyebrows, but overall this is a great game. If Nintendo can include the extra content (new dungeons, mini-games, useful islands, side quests, new items) then a great game would become much better. My Gamecube is still connected to the TV with Wind Waker in it but this is a 1st day purchase for me. Zelda fanboy…probably, but who cares.

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