The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker/Controls
The control scheme is designed for Nintendo Gamecube. This should be familiar to people who played Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask. If you are moving from N64 to GC, is now and for map is now . Play Ocarina of Time bonus discs (Collector's Edition and Master Quest) to learn the gamecube controls.
Hold vs Switch: If you're a beginner of this game, switch is a good choice so you can tap the button saving your finger from aching. But if you're a veteran, holding is a challenging choice. You're going to have to hold the button until you either defeat the object or when you encounter many objects, you have to let go and hold the same button again.