I honestly believe the fan base is 50/50 on this one, you’ll get downvoted for loving it, you’ll get downvoted for not. Me personally? It was fine to play through once, but I genuinely play through LOZ for the story beats and the memorable dungeons. This game felt lackluster to me in that aspect. Breath of the wild was a really enjoyable open world experience for me that had some really good story beats completely flanked by nothing. Dungeons and bosses were lackluster, puzzles were incredibly repetitive to nonexistent usually, the goal was ultimately uninspiring, Zelda Breath Of The Wild Link Inventory shirt and outside of the storytelling moments that absolutely blew me away, the storytelling beats were nonexistent. I like it as a game, it’s a sucky Zelda game. If I played through again, it’d basically be to track down all of the Zelda memories/go through the Zora story again. To me, those were by far the best parts
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I don’t agree with this at all. Since the first Zelda on NES I’ve been wanting something in the vein of what I believe Zelda has always been about, and has mostly strayed away from since that first game: exploration. The reason I think it’s such a great game in particular is because of the shift in focus away from dungeons and items and back towards exploration. It’s the same reason Wind Waker is my other favorite entry since the first game. It’s open, and it encourages you to explore. Breath of the Wild, in my opinion, is the most Zelda game of any Zelda Breath Of The Wild Link Inventory shirt have come out. I agree about wind waker and disagree with breath of the wild. Being able to explore is huge, but it sacrifices the dungeons Zelda games have always been famous for. None of the BotW dungeons are particularly inspiring, but every dungeon in wind waker (in my opinion) is memorable and unique with their own unique puzzles throughout.
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I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve completed Majora’s Mask 100%, but I’ve only beaten BOTW once and even then it was enough. I loved the game, but I’ve had VERY little desire to pick it up again before literally any other Zelda game. Same boat here. I’ve played OoT and MM probably a dozen times at least (100%’ing MM is a yearly goal for me), and gotten through almost every modern 2D/top-down entry from LttP to Spirit Tracks. I’d much rather play the entries from the golden age that I haven’t finished or even picked up (Wind Waker, Twilight Princess) Zelda Breath Of The Wild Link Inventory shirt replay BotW. It just doesn’t scratch the itch of tight, basic swordplay and dungeon crawling that the rest of the franchise encapsulates. You are one hundred percent right. Personally I don’t really care about that side of Zelda as much as I love exploring it’s worlds. Haven’t played BOTW yet but from what I’ve heard it’s exactly what I wanr from a zelda game