Happy 10th anniversary Toon Link! That's right, 10 years ago The Legend Of Zelda: Wind Waker was released for the GameCube in the UK.
We'd been shocked by the appearance of Toon Link at E3 2001 but it wasn't until 2 May 2003 that we truly fell in love with him as we played Wind Waker for the first time. Sceptical Nintendo fans were immediately won over by the charm of Zelda's cartoon adventure, with some declaring it to be the best Legend Of Zelda game ever made. Then they got to the Triforce hunt...
Only joking... We're celebrating 10 years of Wind Waker with you lot. Fans on our Facebook page have been sharing their favourite memories of the series and we've picked out 10 of the best. Have a read and share your memories in the comments.
1. Toon Link's face
In the words of old BBC football commentator Barry Davies, Look at his face... Just look at his face. The main reason why Nintendo chose the 'Toon' art style was because it gave the designers the opportunity to show Link's facial expressions as he chatted to Tetra and his Grandma, stealthily sneaked against walls and threw pigs (more on that later), something that hadn't been possible in the past.
You almost felt as if you got to know Link as a character more just through the movement of his eyes.
Leham James Bateman says: "I love his shifty cat like eyes when 'siddling' along a narrow ledge. And how they always focus on nearby targets."
Danielle Le Brun adds: I loved the expressions on the faces of the characters, the best ones coming from Link as he is about to be catapulted into Forsaken Fortress from Tetra's ship!
Esmae Lenihan says: "The face that Link pulls when you lift up the big/fat pig."
Talking of which...