Be careful Ganon! You will have a brand new hero sneaking up your means! Due to a mod created by AaronTheSnob, now you can play The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker as Strong Snake, the protagonist of the Metallic Gear collection.
The “Snake” within the mod is finished within the type of Wind Waker, so he has large eyes and cute, stubby legs. (The little sausage legs simply dangle within the wind as he parachutes down.) He wears his hair up along with his recognizable headband and dons the dual-toned tactical espionage swimsuit Snake is understood for.
The mod was revealed again in 2018, however it made a comeback after a submit on it went viral on Twitter. A showcase video for the mod reveals Hyperlink, I imply Snake, infiltrating the Forsaken Fortress — a stealth mission early on within the sport — as he makes use of barrels to cover and make his approach to the center of the citadel. The trailer makes use of the principle theme from Metallic Gear and edits in a begin display screen impressed by the unique Metallic Gear Strong brand, with Wind Waker Snake trying very targeted.
Personally, I simply love that the mod reskins a number of gadgets as effectively. As a substitute of the Grasp Sword, Snake wields an cute fight knife and swaps out his gliding Deku Leaf for a parachute. Nonetheless, maybe most significantly, Wind Waker Snake ditches Hyperlink’s bow and arrow for a common self-loading pistol. All he wants now is an efficient field to cover underneath!
It’s enjoyable to think about Hyperlink as a grasp of stealth because the hero of Wind Waker is something however swish. In the beginning of his first large mission, his new pal Tetra shoots Hyperlink out of a canon just for him to land on the island and lose his sword within the course of. Amongst all of the variations we see of Hyperlink we’ve seen all through the ages, this one is on the awkward facet, in no way just like the grizzled soldier and world-class spy, Snake.
The tech-savvy can try the total particulars on how one can set up the mod — by operating an emulator — on the web page on GameBanana.