Video: Various Developers Talk About Their Love Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

Game Informer has produced an interesting video sharing the thoughts of various developers about the critically acclaimed The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Joining the Game Informer cast is BioShock’s Ken Levine, Rez and Galak-Z’s Jake Kazdal, The Walking Dead and Firewatch’s Jake Rodkin, and Battleborn and ArenaNet’s Aaron Linde.

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21 thoughts on “Video: Various Developers Talk About Their Love Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

  1. ||In place of an Xbox, you will have a Switch, not light, but wonderful and terrible as the night, treacherous as the Ing, stronger than the foundations of the earth, All shall love us, and Despair||

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      1. It’s a quote from… Lord of the rings. Galadriel made a speech when Frodo offered her the one ring, and she went from beautiful Elf queen to Rediculously powerful ruler, but chose to let Frodo continue to destroy it.

        There ya go!

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      2. It’s in both! Peter Jackson took some creative liberties, but I believe overall the monologue is fairly in tack!

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  2. That was an interesting discussion on Zelda, my first Zelda game was A Link to the Past and loved it, it consumed my life as a child, as did Ocarina of Time years later. Wind Waker, Twilight Priness and Skyward Sword were good but never grabbed me like A Link to the Past did or Ocarina of Time, but so far Breath of the Wild has totally grabbed me, loving it, been playing it for almost 2 weeks and the game still feels new like the first time I’ve played it as I’m still discovering things.

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