Saturday, June 12th, 2021

Random: Pixel Artist reimagines Zelda: The Wind Waker as a turn-based role-playing game


Wind Waker as a traditional role-playing game (image: John Bond/@kaimatten)

As early as March, we asked the Nintendo Life community The Legend of Zelda It is a role-playing series. Based on more than half of the votes, it is not.

What if so? A freelance artist named John Bond (@kaimatten On Twitter), shared an image of the 2002/03 GameCube entry The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker If it were a turn-based RPG, it might look like it. The result is an amazing work of pixel art with a scene that fits perfectly with the Game Boy Advance generation.

The fan closest to the portable version of The Wind Waker is The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass And follow-up, The Legend of Zelda: Spiritual Trail -Both are released on Nintendo DS.

If Nintendo decides to switch from a typical “action adventure” to a traditional role-playing game, which requires you to form a party, level up, and engage in a half-hour boss battle, how would you feel? Are you interested in games like the above? Leave a comment below.