Released in 2003, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for the Nintendo GameCube looked great as it was, but when the developers behind it can make a good thing even better, why not go for the enhancement? Seeking to fill the Zelda-shaped hole in its Wii U release schedule, Nintendo is working hard to give Wind Waker a shiny high definition makeover, and a new trailer released as part of the E3 Nintendo Direct shows just how far the game has come since its native resolution topped out at 480p. The game still looks wonderful after all these years, but do you think Nintendo will take advantage of the opportunity here to add new content? The new trailer gives us a look at a "fast" button that pops up when sailing to take some of the tedium out of the endless ocean, and there's been talk of a reconfigured Tingle Tuner accessory (which, in the original game, required a Game Boy Advance and a special link cable to use). We'll see the extent of the new additions when The Wind Waker HD releases in October. It's been ten years since I've played the game, but I think I may finally be ready to go back into the water.