The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD launched via the Nintendo eShop this past weekend, which means for those of you who are waiting for the retail version of the game to drop on October 4, there are people out there who are already uncovering many of the mysteries hidden within the game. One such feature that people are starting to uncover is Link’s ability to take selfies while he’s running around in Wind Waker HD.
As a result, a Twitter user has created the “Linkstagram” profile, which they have used to show a number of Link selfies taken within Wind Waker HD. The first selfie that was published on the Linkstagram account finds Link taking a jab at Starbucks for being “too mainstream.” The most popular has to be the image of Link taking a picture with Ganon’s mom, which turns out is just a really fat piggie.
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD has been a game Wii U owners and Nintendo fans have been looking forward to for its HD graphics, improved difficulty mode as well as bringing a much-beloved Zelda game to Nintendo’s latest console. And now that you can take selfies of Link during his adventure, we’re sure this’ll be yet another reason why people would want to pick up this title.
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