In its 30 year history, The Legend of Zelda has helped to define the notion of video games as art. From it’s very first iteration, Nintendo pushed the limits of what an 8-bit game could look like, stretching the boundries of home video games and entertainment in general. They have never slowed down or looked back. When the Gamecube started showing its limitations next to systems with higher processing power, the limits were stretched again; Zelda left realism behind and an artistic aesthetic all its own was born for The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. While the game play, sound effects, music, and story line were all very innovative, it was the visual style that struck players and continues to resonate.
Now First 4 Figures presents this amazing Legend of Zelda Wind Waker Link on King of Red Lions Statue, one of it’s very largest pieces ever made. Capturing the excitement and feeling of exploration that Wind Waker inspires in us all, this statue could have leapt off the screen an into your collection.
With the odds against him and with a fine wind in his sail, Link takes his determination across the seas to rescue those he loves. The King of Red Lions, a boat with a fabulous protective spirit, joins his quest, offering sage advice and getting him through narrow channels. All of the wonder and majesty of the iconic artwork is at play in this statue, bringing the drama to the very fore of your imagination.
Measuring in at 25-inches tall from the tip of the mast to the base, this deluxe collector’s item is beyond compare. Each limited edition statue comes in full-color packaging with a hand numbered base and a card of authenticity. Sure to be the centerpiece of your collection, you cannot miss an opportunity to add artwork like this to your pantheon. Pre-order yours today at Entertainment Earth![justified_image_grid preset=1 ids=”50184,50185,50186,50187,50188,50189,50190,50191,50192,50193,50194″ thumbs_spacing=5 row_height=200 height_deviation=30 caption=off overlay=hovered overlay_color=#111111 overlay_opacity=0.4 outer_border_width=2 outer_border_color=#cccccc lightbox=prettyphoto margin=”10px 0″ mobile_caption=off mobile_overlay=off]