Windwaker HD Coming to Wii U This Fall

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Some fantastic news for you Legend of Zelda fans out there! Nintendo announced today on its Nintendo Direct Internet Show that they will be re-releasing Wind Waker on the WiiU and it will be in full 1080p High Definition!

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata promised the game will feature upgraded visuals, while also “tuning up the overall game experience”.  While we’re not sure what that last statement means exactly, we here at SegmentNext are definitely hoping that means more Tingle.

Iwata also announced that Wind Waker HD will also have Miiverse compatibility.  Meaning you’ll be able to draw your favorite scene or fan art and upload it to the Nintendo social network directly from the game.

So with this announcement it seems like the controversy over Wind Waker’s art style has finally been put to rest.  The tentative release date is Fall of this year, but be sure to check back with SegmentNext for a more concrete release date when we get it.

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