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Man Changes Gender of Video Game's Characters for Daughter

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November 13, 2012
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Mike Hoye was tired of doing gender translations on the fly while playing Nintendo's 'Legend of Zelda' story with his 3-year-old daughter. So he hacked the Wind Waker game, making Link into a girl and changing every he to she, him to her, and lad to milady. Vanessa Yurkevich has the story.


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