The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
Publisher Nintendo
Console GameCube
Developer Nintendo EAD
Downloads 11,549
Released March 24, 2003

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is a popular action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo. The game is part of the company's hit The Legend of Zelda franchise, and it was first released in Japan in December 2002 and exclusively for the GameCube console.

Remaining the same basic 3D gameplay of its predecessor, Ocarina of Time but showing a new art style, the game has received much praise from the player community. The Wind Waker stands out for its excellent combat, captivating characters, impressive graphics, fun side quests, innovative dungeons, top-notch music, one of the best stories of the series, and the shaded art style looks great.

The story


The Wind Waker will bring players back to the familiar The Great Sea. Continuing the series of events from Ocarina Of Time, when Link successfully defeated Ganon and time traveled back to his childhood. As Link was celebrating coming of age, a battle ensued when a giant bird, Ganon's embodiment, released the pirate captain Tetra into the woods of Outset Island, where the boy lived. Link saves Tetra, but the bird kidnaps Link's sister Aryll. Throughout the game, you will play as Link in his journey to rescue his sister from the witch Ganon and become embroiled in the struggle for the Triforce, a sacred wish-granting relic that anyone can obtain. it. Link's goal in battle is to regain the Hero of Time's power by combining the goddesses' three pearls. 

Link's thrilling adventure will be aided by allies, including the pirate captain Tetra, an incarnation of Princess Zelda, and a talking ship called the Red Lion King. Throughout the game, Link sails the ocean explores islands, and traverses dungeons in search of the pearls needed to defeat Ganon. 


The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker possesses familiar adventure role-playing gameplay in a third-person perspective. Players use the navigation keys to move Link to dodge enemy attacks, and at the same time, use action buttons to control Link using swords and shields and various other weapons and items to attack. attack the enemy. Two new features introduced in The Wind Waker version are the ability to move the camera system around Link and the on-screen gauge to monitor Link's health and magic. More specifically, Link can expand his health meter by collecting "heart containers."

The Great Sea is divided into 49 different parts, with countless islands or island chains for players to explore. Dungeons are the defining location for all Zelda games, and you'll be up against the most creative, most challenging, and fastest-paced dungeons in this game. Each dungeon is a large, self-contained area where Link battles enemies, finds items, and, most importantly, solves cunning puzzles to complete quests. Before going through a dungeon, Link will have to fight a powerful boss. 

The Sailing Mechanics And The Wind Waker

The link will spend most of their thrilling adventure sailing the islands of The Great Sea. Therefore, optimal sailing performance is paramount for you to reach your next destination quickly. The game's wind will be divided into 8 directions, and you need to try to get the wind to blow against the back of the boat to help it reach maximum speed. Going against the wind will slow down your boat.  

An essential item in the name of the game is The Wind Waker. It is a magic conductor's baton, with the ability to help Link control the wind and harness other special powers by "commanding" specific tunes. At the first level, The Wind Waker can change the direction of the wind to make it easier for Link to sail. You will control the Wind Waker by moving the joystick. At higher levels, The Wind Waker can even turn night into day, help Link teleport to other areas, and many other impressive abilities.