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In a latest development, Japanese consumer electronics and software company Nintendo has partnered with Google to bring Link, the hero from The Legend of Zelda franchise, to the tech giant’s Map service.
Now onwards, if you want to see Link right where you grew up, just open the browser version of Google Maps and look for him in the bottom right corner.
You’ll find that the small, yellow figure, Pegman, has been replaced with Link. Interestingly, this has been done by the company on the release of Twilight Princess HD on the Wii U. The game was developed for Gamecube before it was made available on the Wii.
It is to be mentioned that when Nintendo had reported a 36% drop in quarterly profit after lackluster video game sales for the year-end holiday shopping season, it had said that ‘The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD” will be introduced.