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An Evil Wind is Rising... Legend has it that whenever evil has appeared, a hero named Link has risen to defeat it. That legend continues on the surface of a great and mysterious sea as Link sets off on his most epic and awe-inspiring adventure yet. Aided by a magical conductor's baton called the Wind Waker, he will face unimaginable monsters, explore puzzling dungeons, and meet a cast of unforgettable characters as he searches for his kidnapped sister.
Immerse yourself in a world unlike anything you've ever seen as you sail across a vast, unexplored ocean.
Connect to a pal's Game Boy Advance and play cooperatively -- get hints, uncover secrets, and get help in battle!
Use new items like the Grappling Hook and Deku Leaf to take the fight to spectacular, massive bosses.
Master the Wind Waker to control the wind and much more!
Take on hordes of incredibly animated enemies as you search through riddle-filled dungeons.
Nintendo released a book to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Zelda series titled 'Hyrule Historia'. The book contains artwork, designs, and information. It also contains the hotly debated timeline of the series - except this time it's 100% official. In the early 2000s Nintendo of America released this timeline - complete with a warning that this was only their interpretation and the actual timeline remains open to debate. Translator Dan Owsen wanted to upload a draft but Nintendo Japan requested them to cancel the plan - as despite having an official plan in Japan they want to keep the speculation and theories running for the fandom.
The book is currently available in Japanese only however a fan translation has begun. The above image is a translated version of the official timeline provided in the book.
Nintendo 2011, Hyrule Historia, Shogakukan, Japan.
The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker director Eiji Aonuma offered some insight on a The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker sequel in a recent C&VGinterview. Aonuma gave little away but did sort of confirm the actual existence of the title, stating that "I am hoping to have a playable version ready by next year's E3." Aonuma also offered that the sequel would make use of the very same gaming engine and the cel-shading graphical style of the original Wind Waker.