Nintendo Switch is coming out on March 3, but this week we’re taking a look at the Switch version of “The Legends of Zelda” game.
We’ve seen the game’s graphical and audio presentation a few times, so we figured we’d take a closer look at how it works.
The Legend of the Zelda: The Wind Waker HD on Nintendo eShop is set to be the Switch’s first true “first-party” release, and we’ve taken a look to see if the Switch port matches up with the original game.
The Legend Of Zelda: Wind Wakers HD was originally released for the Nintendo 64, and it has a lot of similarities to the Wii U version.
Both games are very similar in their story and gameplay.
The game’s gameplay consists of several stages, each with a set of puzzles to solve.
It’s a great way to get the player familiar with the gameplay mechanics.
The Switch version does not have any of these puzzles, but you can still complete them.
The Wind Wakes HD’s story is quite different from the original.
The game has more dialogue and voice overs than the original, but the overall story feels a lot more cohesive.
The Wind wakes up from the grave in a different world, and Zelda meets a mysterious new character.
Zelda goes on a journey of discovery and adventure.
We’re excited to see where this game goes from here.
This new version is set on a snowy island, and players can choose to explore the land or explore the ruins of the old town.
There are a lot less enemies in this new version, and there are some nice touches like the new graphics and new art.
The new graphics are quite stunning.
The new Wind Waking HD is set in a world that’s frozen for centuries.
The story focuses on the protagonist Link, and the main character Zelda.
The main character, Zelda, is the main antagonist.
The world of “Wind Waking” is quite mysterious and dark.
There’s a lot going on.
The Switch version has a similar story, but it’s set on another snowy island.
We see Link’s father, Linka, and his mother, Zelda.
Linka is an orphaned boy and Zelda is a princess, but they’ve been separated for so long that they’re very much at odds.
The two are friends and have grown to love one another.
Link has become the hero of his own story.
The plot revolves around a group of mysterious characters called the Triforce, who want to take the Triffids from Linka.
We’ll see what happens when they do.
We also have a new feature called the “Mimic Mode.”
This mode lets you create and customize your own “Mime” characters.
You can use the Linka from “Windwaking” as your mime, or you can make your own.
We saw this feature at E3 earlier this year, and now the Switch is getting it as well.
We really like the way this new feature is set up.
We know this game is going to be set in an older world, so the use of the Mirror World feature makes sense.
There will also be more than one “MIMIC” character.
The player can choose the “real” mime they want to play as, and then switch between their mime and “MIME-Mimed” versions depending on how much of their “MESS” they want.
This feature is great, and should make this game even more memorable.
The “Wind waker” version also comes with an extra episode of the series, called “The Triforces,” that is set after the events of the game.
The first three chapters are all standalone episodes that tell the story of the Triffs.
The fourth and final chapter is called “Breath of the Wind.”
This new episode is set before the Triferces episode.
We love the way it looks.
We love how the game looks.
The “WindWaking” HD is also a lot bigger than the Switch edition.
The Nintendo Switch version will have four times as many trophies, and they are bigger than on the Switch.
We’ve seen this on the Nintendo Switch release of the previous game, and Nintendo has done a great job of not overdoing the visual.
It looks very good, and I’m looking forward to seeing how it plays.
The Nintendo Switch “Wind”Waking HD will be out March 3 for $49.99, or $129.99 for the Deluxe Edition, with no digital-only sales.
You will need to purchase a “Switch Collector’s Edition” or “Switch Deluxe Edition” to get all of these features.
We will be giving our Switch review code to readers who pre-order the Switch Edition.
Check out our review for more details on this game.