Take a look at the Japanese box art for The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (via DS Fanboy). The art style and content is very reminiscent of The Wind Waker, which makes us curious: given the passage of time since the GameCube release and the fulfillment of a more "adult" Link with Twilight Princess, how you do you feel about the young Link look? Think about it, and check out the highlights for today:

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News
Smash Bros. site now up, music detailed
Skid Row, Poison, Extreme in 80s Guitar Hero
New Metroid Prime 3 screenshots
Step right up for Carnival Games: more minigames for the Wii
Riddick remake confirmed for PS3, Xbox 360
Sony's High Velocity Bowling started 'literally right before' Nintendo announced Wii Sports' Bowling
No DirectX 10 update for Supreme Commander
Konami expects Metal Gear Solid 4 by March '08
Tom Clancy's EndWar to be fully voice-controlled
Haze will have four-player co-op campaign
Halo 3 beta adds Banshee on Valhalla
WoW patch 2.1 helps feed the habit

Rumors & Speculation
Unlikely Kane & Lynch director under consideration
New Wii download service (not VC) coming, hints Impossible Mission dev

Culture & Community
The Arsecast reborn in bite-sized bits
Dave Karraker's attempts to restore Sony's PR
Ubisoft CEO Guillemot dismisses E3 as 'only for the US'
Famitsu gives Resident Evil 4 Wii a 9.5 out of 10
Engadget's how-to make an Xbox 360 laptop (part 3)
Shrinky Dinks + 8 bit gaming = BitKits
PC World products of the year: Wii, 360 Elite ... um, no PS3
Leipzig benefits for E3 death, gets 40% larger
Getting deep on Dead Rising
Blizzard grants dying child's wish

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