Time travelling with Link

Mention Link today and most people will envisage the young wolf boy that inhabits Twilight Princess complete with his signature sword, shield and green tunic. And while there's no denying that this is certainly the best Link has ever looked, he's come along way since he first graced our consoles way back in 1986.

Of course it comes as no surprise that Link has taken on a wealth of different looks over his years of adventuring and exploring. He began his adventures as a tiny sprite in The Legend of Zelda before becoming a 3D model in Ocarina of Time and cel-shaded in The Wind Waker. This ability to move with the times and keep the gaming worlds feeling fresh and accessible after all this time that has earned Link his place as one of the longest surviving and most loved characters in gaming history.

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PS360WII4754d ago

neat little montage... Not really anything news like but still nice. I never knew what all the flack was for WW though. I guess I'm just one of the crazy people who liked the cell shaded link

ChickeyCantor4754d ago

WW was a masterpiece, it was the only zelda game that did a really really good job @ story telling.
The emotions characters could express was priceless and graphic wise its one of best cellshaded game ever.

I miss WW, dont have it anymore. After defeated ganon for the first time you just pick it up and start over again without getting bored.
links hometown tunic for the win!

eepiccolo4754d ago

Some voice overs or something would have been nice. And why were the 8-bit Links the only ones who died at the end of their clips.

PS360WII: saying that you liked cel-shaded link is TOTALLY flame-bait. But I do agree with you, heh heh.

Odiah4754d ago

It should be an alternate costume in SSBB.