Here’s The Accolades Trailer For Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

Nintendo has unveiled a new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to highlight the widespread acclaim for the game. You can check out the latest promo below. The game recently broke a significant record for having the most perfect scores on the review aggregator site Metacritic – from more than 40 publications. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild made its worldwide debut on March 3. It is available on both Nintendo Switch and Wii U.

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69 thoughts on “Here’s The Accolades Trailer For Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

  1. So close of playing this game… i’m 10 days aeay from receiving my switch and i’m going nuts…. it almost feel like chrismas 98 when my mon gave me ocarina of time… turning on my n64 with my brothers and cousings, and now almost 20 years later i will do the same, priceless.

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    1. It is an amazing game. I got it for my birthday a week ago and I’ve been playing it every day since (I’d bring it to school, but I don’t trust my Switch yet without a screen protector XD).

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      1. Yeah 0 scores are pretty f***** up there’s absolutely no reason to give Zelda a zero. that’s not my opinion that’s a fact. :)

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      1. The man is a tool. Hes advocated Pirating Nintendo games and only Nintendo games. He tries to cover his asinine claim by saying “im not saying you should, but if you do, then it should Nintendo” then proceeds to give you reasons why its “ok.” Hes had a hard on For nintendo for a while, and Fans finally got tired of it, its not just this review, but his outlook on Nintendo. It sucks that you cant have an opinion, because everyone should, but when you continuously shit on a platform that has a dedicated fanbase, you will piss them off.

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      2. ||I will train my own personal legion that will dwarf the word fanboy…||

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    1. of course I buy Ashley believe a 7 is really low for a game this amazing but at least a seven is sort of playing Fair.

      People giving it a zero through three I just being sore losers.

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      1. Holy s*** that comment got mangled that’s what I get for driving and voice texting.

        ” of course I biasly believe a 7 is too low for breath of the Wild, but at least giving it a seven is playing Fair.”

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    1. Nintendo’s little, dirty, goddamn secret.
      The WiiU version is amazing. I feel sorry for all those who felt they had to buy a switch to play Zelda, due to making sure the WiiU version was buried in the backyard in a rose garden.

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      1. Yeah, Wii U droughts made us learn how Nintendo cannot stick to the true when it comes to promises. Remember when Reggie had told us that there would not be droughts, and that the Wii U was going to have support for several years ahead?

        Now, it is clear that the Switch will have more attention from Nintendo since they merged home console and handheld divisions. This will allow, I believe, a more constant flow of games. However, I’m afraid the Switch is going to be overlooked by 3rd parties as well as the Wii U used to be. I really want the Switch to succeed, Nintendo said that there will be a strong 3rd party support, but… I no longer trust in any word from Nintendo.

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      2. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        Don’t forget the promise of a universal account system on Wii U with cloud saves, accounts that aren’t locked to the fucking console, etc. I’m still EXTREMELY pissed about that. I hate having to start from scratch with games like Hyrule Warriors (Wii U) or Endless Ocean (Wii.)

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      3. Wishful thinking, but I wish in the future that I can just have all my virtual console games attached to a universal account as you mentioned so that I can transfer them to any Nintendo console. One of the only reasons I still have my Wii U is the fact that all my virtual games are attached to it.

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      4. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        I’m hoping since I got my NNID linked to my Nintendo account that I’ll eventually be able to get all of the shit I bought digital on Wii U onto another system one day. If I’m lucky, Nintendo will have it to where anyone with Mario Kart 8 digital on their NNID will be able to get Deluxe on Switch for a nice little premium. Doubtful, though. :/

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      5. Is your Nintendo account the MyNintendo thing? I don’t know much about the whole online account stuff honestly. NNID is the serial number or something for your console, right? Man I know so little about these things.

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      6. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        My Nintendo & Nintendo Account are two separate things, actually. My Nintendo is a rewards thing & Nintendo Account is, well, your Nintendo account. lol The NNID was your account name on the Wii U & was what you shared at times so people could add you to their friendslist on Wii U. It’s basically what your digital purchases is tied to on Wii U. Which is pointless since, as we know, shit is locked to the fucking Wii U console anyway. And so far, it doesn’t seem like we’ll be able to take that shit from Wii U with us to future consoles. :/ So yeah. NNID is still relatively pointless now unless you use it for Miiverse or for adding friends so you can play online with them.

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      7. Lol. Exactly if anything we’ve been trying to be even more patient. As I play through the game I think there’s a decent chance I’m going to end up playing a second time through in hard mode taking a slightly different approach.

        I feel like there is a bit of replayability because each time you play the game you have the freedom to play it differently.

        And I’m just going to say this to get it off my chest again, Nintendo why the f*** could you not have even left the map on the Wii U version?! Fuck you too Nintendo.

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      8. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        Considering how hard BotW can get if you aren’t careful of where you are at & what you are wearing, I can see why hard mode is DLC. And if you like a certain outfit & want to use it for the entire game, you better get damn good with parrying & dodging to activate that slow motion quick succession of attacks thingy. Especially if it’s an outfit that requires FUCKING STAR FRAGMENTS FOR EVERY FUCKING UPGRADE!!! *huff, huff* If I want to play the entire game of BotW as Ocarina of Time Link, for instance, I better be patient & spend a good majority of my days standing on top of a Sheikah Tower, doing absolutely nothing else, for awhile. Better stock up on plenty of wood & flint/fire arrows, too, so you can start a fire & skip to the next night if the current night is a total bust. It’s a damn shame Aonuma most likely did NOT include a New Game Plus option that allows you to start a new game with all of your armor with max stats. I guess he was too busy reducing Witcher 3 to nothing but a violent video game & too fucking stupid to think of some of the things that game did very well. Like New Game Plus, the ability to resharpen your favorite weapons so they won’t break, or that little meter thing that lets you know how much distance is between you & your destination. It might not seem like much but it’d be nice to know how much distance I have to travel to get somewhere just in case I’m in a hurry & need to warp instead of riding a horse or running. … Damn it! I ended up ranting!

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      9. Agree with your “rant” haha. I beat Ganon three times, did all the shrines, and have like two more side quests to go. And as much as I love the game, after playing so much, the honeymoon phase is over, and I see many flaws. Still an amazing game, but it definitely is not perfect. So many little things that are aggravating. The rain. Nothing more to say about that, as EVERYONE knows what I mean by that haha. The horses: They said they put horses back in the game to appease fans. Only problem? The horses are practically worthless again. If you can whistle from anywhere on the map in Ocarina and have Epona come to you, why in 2017 can’t we have that? The horses can’t even go up to higher ground a lot of the time, so they get left behind. And then you travel along on foot, and can’t call them. So it’s pointless, unless you want to just check out the scenery while on horseback (I’m not one of those people that likes to do that). The weapons breaking is obnoxious. If there were some that didn’t break, but were really hard to get, that’d be cool. Or if you could upgrade them to unbreakable status. The star fragments and dragon parts are so dumb. That’s just forced replay crap. The armor is also kind of lame. Most of them take forever to upgrade like you mentioned. I don’t want to delay the main story for weeks or months to get all the armor and their upgrades. So I only got a small amount. There’s a lot of stuff I probably won’t get in the game because I’ve beaten it and am not as enthused as before. The Korok seeds are so stupid. 900?!?!?! That’s just ridiculous. And they aren’t fun. Most of them are the same five or so puzzles. Shoot balloons, pick up a rock, get to a ring in time, etc. And the prize you actually get for it? Slap in the face. Oh, and the story…. Wow was I disappointed when I beat the game. I won’t spoil it, but I was not thrilled. Overall, I would give the game 9 or 10 out of 10. But not 100 out of 100. Maybe like 90 out of 100 (on my own personal scale). I do love the game. But it has not surpassed my three favorite Zelda games (Ocarina, LTTP, and LOZ).

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      10. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        I don’t mind the breakable weapons thing. My issue is they break way too fast & there is no way to repair them. Least Witcher 3 allowed you to repair the weapons in that game before they broke AND the durability wasn’t total shit, either. They really shouldn’t have put that limit on the Master Sword, either. It makes no sense overall franchise story wise since the Master Sword never had this issue in the past. An in-game story reason for why it’s limited would have been nice, though. Maybe after being around for well over 10,000 years (I want to assume 15,000, maybe even more than that, since the 10,100 years ago picked up probably a good 5,000 years after Skyward Sword when the Master Sword was first made) it’s power is slowly starting to fade. Maybe Fi’s lifespan is fading. Speaking of, since the game mentions how the spirit inside the Master Sword is probably talking to it’s wielder & even one scene with Link & Zelda shows the Master Sword reacting to Link dying, I wonder if Fi’s so called “endless sleep” is starting to finally come to an end. And I got off track with my theorizing. lol For the horses, I noticed that, too. The range at which they can hear Link whistle for them is very, very limited. You want to ride your horse? Better have a specific destination in mind with no intention of deviating from the path you choose to take to get to that path, liking going to climb a cliff or mountain to see if you can find anything hidden nearby. Link should have special powers & the ability to summon his horse, or horses, from anywhere no matter the distance should have been one of those special powers. The least they could have done was make it to where Epona from the TP Link amiibo has the ability to get summoned from anywhere no matter the damn distance. There is no excuse why they couldn’t have done that since Wolf Link from the Wolf Link & Midna amiibo has special qualities in the game. :/

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      11. I wouldn’t mind the durability so much if they did like you said. But when I was first starting out playing, when I would try to fight higher tiered enemies, I would go through like two or three weapons in a fight (Guardians and Lynel come to mind). I had the same thought process in that one scene that they were probably alluding to Fi. I mean, what other spirit has ever been mentioned with the Master Sword. I hate how Epona is locked away in an amiibo. That irks me. I was hoping I could go unlock her somewhere in the wild. Nope. Go buy a piece of plastic if you want her. Ugh. Same for Wolf Link (I have the amiibo, but it remains unopened like the rest of the handful that I own). Hmm. What else have I not mentioned about the game…. Oh, I hate how the Lynel are the hardest enemies in the game. The bosses should be. And honestly, the Lynel aren’t hard, they’re just unfairly overpowered. 50 hits to kill them, but 2 hits to kill you? It’s basically just dodge and flurry nonstop. Very boring and unsatisfying combat for them. Sure, you can mount them, but that’s basically just another flurry.One thing I’ve long hated about Nintendo in recent consoles/games is their idea of what “hard” is. Hard isn’t making an enemy completely unfair. If you can’t make a true challenge for me, then get some developers who can. I don’t want enemies who take forever to kill, but can kill me in five hits or less. I hate when an enemy has an attack that is impossible to attack. I defeat every enemy I come across in a video game eventually, because I refuse to give up (unless the game as a whole is just absolute crap). But I don’t like that an enemy is relatively easy to fight, but because their attacks wipe out more than half your life bar, they’re considered “hard.”I avoided Lynel when I first started playing because they were killing me so fast. But once I got to a level where I could kill them, I killed like 5 or 6, and started avoiding them again. But now it’s because I know they are nothing more than a hassle to kill. It’s boring and bad design in my opinion.

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      12. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        Guardians are pushovers for me. I got parrying their eye beam attacks down. Since successful parrying doesn’t damage shield durability, I just do that to take out guardians from now on so I don’t waste my other shit on them. Ancient Arrows come in handy when you don’t want to fight a strong enemy like Lynels since it OHKOs them but then you don’t get the shit they would normally drop. :/ Not cool, Nintendo, not cool. Everything about the Lynels is very bad game design. I HATE games when they have a common enemy being more powerful than fucking bosses. Seriously!? Who are these game developers that think that’s a GOOD thing!? It’s sad when common enemies are stronger than the game’s true villain. :/ It’s like “Why are these fuckers even serving their master when they can easily obliterate said master!?! Does said master have some kind of kill switch implanted in these fuckers!?” Fucking Lynels! I’m just gonna kill Lynels for the shit I need to upgrade my gear then avoid them like the plague afterwards. :/

        On the subject of money in the game that I forgot to address, I haven’t had this issue. I’ve gotten more than enough ores in the game to make the price of things nearly a non-issue. In fact, I’ve got over 50k rupees now since I don’t use them as much since I got all of the armor that needs to be bought. Starting off, I made it a point to make a beeline for the rock mini-bosses (forgot their damn name all of a damn sudden!) after every blood moon. Til I get Grante & use him to buy weapons, bows, & shields I liked, lost, & want back, I’m set in the money department for now.

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      13. I like fighting the Guardians with the Master Sword or Ancient weapons. I just cut their legs off and watch them squirm as I put the fear of God in them haha. Everything you said about Lynels goes along with how I feel about them. And their weapons aren’t exactly earth shattering bad ass items. As for the ores, I have a bunch, but I haven’t sold them because I know some armors require them. If I sold my ores, I’d probably have several thousand in the bank. You are referring to the Talus I believe. Who is Grante? Honestly, I’ve beaten basically everything, so I don’t even really need rupees anymore. But there’s so much stuff I didn’t buy and it’s frustrating. I wanted to get all the armor, but now it’s like, what’s the point? I certainly don’t have some huge challenging boss to look forward to. My main armor that I wear is Ancient torso and leggings and for the head, I have an item from Kilton (don’t want to spoil anything, so I’ll leave it at that). I finished the side quests last night, and it’s like, ok, now what? There’s some challenges I could do, but eh.

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      14. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        I do that, too, when I have ancient weapons to use on the Guardians. Otherwise, I fall back on parrying their beam attacks instead using my shield. I use to think the ancient weapons were the best looking ones because of the blue light blade til I started getting the gold Royal Broadsword left & right. Those black & silver enemies are in good supply now. I’m guessing it’s because of how many shrines I’ve activated. Or maybe it’s because of how much armor I’ve maxed out. *shrug*

        I kept a minimum of 37 of each ore & sold anything above that for the longest and it worked just fine for me. Now I keep a minimum of 99 since I don’t need to go all psycho in selling them anymore.

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      15. I don’t parry too much. I have done it, but if I miss, I usually get killed or close to it. Plus, I’m more of a rush in and wail on them kind of player. I love going Rambo on my enemies. Not always the best strategy, but it’s the most fun for me personally. I almost always get silver enemies now. It’s gotta be Shrine or Divine Beast or both related. Next time I feel like playing, I may just get all the armor sets I think are cool, then sell anything and everything I don’t need. I do kind of want to complete the Hyrule Compendium. And a small (and I mean VERY small) part of me wants to get the Korok seeds one day. So I guess I’ll be picking it up from time to time.

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      16. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        I haven’t cleared any Divine Beasts so it’s not that, I can guarantee. I got no interest in those Korok Seeds since it’s 900 of them. I’ll just get the ones I need to max out my inventory & move on from that waste of time. Have you had any fights with people over your opinion on BotW yet?

        (I’m in a fight, I think, with that SinceN64 dude. Just another fanboy that can’t handle a different opinion from his own. “But, but all of those reviews from big name magazines giving the game high scores!” Poor thing doesn’t even know those things can sadly be bought. It’s the gamer reviews, ones that don’t give a fucking 0 or 1, that you should really pay attention to. That’s where the true trustworthy reviews are. *shrug* I feel sorry for anyone that doesn’t have confidence in their own opinions & need others with like minded ones to feel a sense of victory. “Fkn Playstation troll.” I was called. xD Like I haven’t been called a PS fanboy before. Anyway, at the end of the day, it’s other people’s opinions so you shouldn’t let a bunch of other people’s reviews effect your opinion. *shrug* I wonder what he’ll say next if he says anything at all. I honestly hope he ignores me the second time around since I honestly do hate having long fights with people. It’s fun for me the first 2-3 comments but it just gets draining after that.)

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      17. Then shrines it is. Because I barely upgraded any of my armor. So between me nit doing that and you not doing the divine bears, the common denominator is the shrines. You’re the first person I’ve really discussed the game with in depth, so no fights for me thus far haha. But I have googled reviews and checked out gamefaqs, and I’ve seen many arguments similar to what you’re saying. Some people can’t accept that others may not love every single aspect of this game. Any complaint about the rain or weapon durability or any of the sort is met with the childish “git gud” or “you’re a troll”or “stop whining.” The game is amazing. But it’s not perfect. It definitely has flaws.

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      18. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        So the shrines. I just realized something. I’M GONNA BE FUCKED IF EVERY LYNEL WANDERING HYRULE IS NOW A FUCKING SILVER LYNEL!!! D: OH MY GOD, OH MY GOD!!!

        I’d give you the article so you can add your 2 cents on the subject with the douche but I made a big deal about how he shouldn’t rely on the opinions of others to feel good about his own. xD If you showed up, he’d probably immediately go into panic mode & use my own words against me. lol Then again, it would be funny to see how he responds to you. You might respond more level headed than me to him, too. I tend to let my anger get the best of me sometimes. Although, I was gonna be much more harsh but decided against that.

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      19. Yeah, I don’t bump into them very often, but I think every Lynel I’ve seen lately is silver. So you may as well get used to those bastards haha. As for the fight with whoever it was you mentioned, you just have to realize that you’re probably not going to change their opinion, and likewise they’re not going to change yours. Even if their arguments completely befuddle you or you think they’re insane, getting angry over it won’t change their thinking. I know it’s hard to resist, believe me. I’ve tried to be more calm when I get into discussions on here lately. Try to keep things civil if possible. Then again, I don’t comment as much as I used to, so I haven’t had a whole lot of discussion positive or negative. The fact that you decided against a harsher attack is a positive step haha. You and I are very similar in our thinking on things Nintendo/video games. As grating on the mind as it can be when you see opinions of fanboys, it is just opinions… Man, I’m getting old. The younger me would let it rip on fanboys. Now look at me. I’ve lost my rough edges haha.

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      20. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Please, Nintendo! Blow me off of the fence at E3 onto your side so I can say the same for Switch, too!} says:

        Luckily there are Lynels in Hyrule Castle & I’ve noticed they aren’t nearly as strong as the ones scattered in the wild. So I might have to make a few more trips there before I do the Divine Beasts.

        I’m gonna be 30 in May so I definitely need to let my rough edges smooth out. Especially once fanboys become younger & younger. Otherwise, one day I’m gonna be 50 arguing with a shit nosed 13 year old, calling them things a 13 yr old shouldn’t be called by a 50 yr old man. XD At this point, though, I’m just gonna fuck with the guy & not get angry. Hence why I wasn’t as harsh with my final words. In fact, I used a video of the “You can do it!” with Rob Schneider at the end of my comment. Although, I did call him pathetic for relying on the reviews of big name magazines to bolster his own opinion while ignoring mine & reducing it to “you haven’t even touched the game, who are you kidding?” because he lacks confidence in his own. That line is what triggered me. I can’t stand losers that try to win a fight by saying shit like that. Really irks me. He called my criticisms a “half ass review.” *fake cries* Least it’s my personal review. Meanwhile, he used the reviews of others & didn’t give me his own personal review of his own. At this point, I wouldn’t trust his, anyway, since he’d probably just copy & paste someone else’s. Honestly, maybe HE was the troll. *shrug* Oh well.

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      21. Oh. I hate that you didn’t play the game argument. Oh, because everyone who plays a game HAS to love it. No! I can play a game and not enjoy it. Using reviews to boost your argument only works when you have your own arguments to expand on. Even then, they should be used sparingly. It’s a discussion between two people. Why bring a bunch of other people’s opinions into it? Well, at least we’re not yelling “get off my lawn!” yet haha.

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      22. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Please, Nintendo! Blow me off of the fence at E3 onto your side so I can say the same for Switch, too!} says:

        Like I said, because he has no confidence in his own opinion so he needs to bring up the opinions of others. That or he HAS no opinions & he’s the one that hasn’t played the damn game & was simply projecting himself on me. *shrug* It matters not. It’s so obvious he’s a troll at this point. He was probably glad I came along & responded to his comment since the guy he was dissing didn’t respond instead. I mean, he was pretty quick to respond to my comment, after all! It’s like he was just laying in wait for someone to come by & respond, like a troll under a bridge. xD

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      23. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Please, Nintendo! Blow me off of the fence at E3 onto your side so I can say the same for Switch, too!} says:

        Which means I got troll’d! I guess I’ll find out soon enough. If he responds with stuff that triggers me, I’ll just call him a Nintendo troll with nothing better to do & move on. If he doesn’t respond, good. More time spent on other things.

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      24. Honestly, I hate the fact that people are called trolls. They couldn’t come up with another word for it haha? Trolls to me are the ugly dudes living under bridges and demanding a toll haha.

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      25. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Please, Nintendo! Blow me off of the fence at E3 onto your side so I can say the same for Switch, too!} says:

        Maybe that’s why because of the fact trolls are ugly. It’s probably supposed to be an insult to call these people ugly losers with nothing better to do than bully people which is essentially what trolls do when they demand a toll before letting the poor person fully cross the bridge. Speaking of bullies demanding tolls on bridges, I keep saving this one Hylian chick that almost always gets attacked by a Bokoblin on, you guessed it, a bridge! lol I’m sure you’ve ran across this at least once or twice.

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      26. Hmm. In that sense, I can see it. Good analogy. And I’ve saved so many people haha. And I barely even get a thanks for it. Definitely no reward. I always swing at them for being so ungrateful. Not that I can actually hurt them haha.

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      27. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Please, Nintendo! Blow me off of the fence at E3 onto your side so I can say the same for Switch, too!} says:

        I know I’m just repeating this but yeah. Just a troll.

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      28. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Please, Nintendo! Blow me off of the fence at E3 onto your side so I can say the same for Switch, too!} says:

        To add, yeah. I was gonna be a lot worse but I held back & decided with the less aggressive end to my comment & instead of the more aggressive one.

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  2. As much as I love this game, it deserves no 10 imo. I thought it did, till I played a dungeon. The dungeons are way too easy, and the 120 or 132 shrines (whatever the number is) do not make up for it at all. Dungeons are the best part of Zelda games and they made them so short and easy. Easily the worst dungeon experience I have had in any Zelda game I have played. I was very disappointed when I played one. When I heard we would only have 4 dungeons that already hurt, but I thought maybe that meant we would have four of the most epic dungeons in the series. Not even close. I think when it comes to the dungeons, making them open world was a huge mistake. Also, the fighting in this game is pretty limited compared to TP or WW for instance. Where are all the attacks you can learn, and dodge rolling for instance? Oh and I think the Zoras in this game look a little too much like sharks instead of Zoras. Definitely not one of my favorite iterations of them, but that I could live with and isn’t a reason why I don’t think it deserves a 10/10. Also the lack of items is pretty sad. A ton of hack and slash weapons but not much else, you get stasis and the magnet and other runes which are fun, but no nifty things like the spinner or hook shot. I know we can glide and all but hook shotting around or claw shotting would be fun too. Lot of other items that could have been added. These are just my thoughts, still a great game, but I no longer can say this game has any chance of taking over OOT or ALTTP as my favorite Zelda. If they give us REAL dungeons that are epic in the DLC then that could help a lot. But exploring a giant world can get old when that’s all you’re doing. And if you think the dungeons in this game are a breath of fresh air compared to old ones, I don’t think you’re really a true Zelda fan.

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    1. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

      I probably won’t like the dungeons being small, either, but my major gripe with the game is the fucking camera controls on Switch. Talk about total & utter shit controls! Half the time I have to jerk the control stick to get the camera to even move! And using the motion controls aren’t any fucking better! I seriously doubt they play tested the motion controls when porting the game to Switch. If I had gotten the Wii U version, I’d have a nice little sensor bar there to make sure the motion controls doesn’t lose the fucking point of origin. Playing that horse back archery mini game in Faron was a total nightmare. That’s one horse bridal & saddle I won’t be getting! If you want to see some of my other issues with the game, read my comment to your brother just a few inches from your comment. lol One more issue: Korok Seeds. 900 was fucking overkill especially considering all you get is a golden pile of shit for collecting them all. They should have spread them out even more & just put enough in to max out your inventory slots for weapons, bows, & shields. In fact, they should update the game to allow you to use Korok Seeds to increase your inventory for cooked food since even that is limited. Hell! Let us increase our bow carrying capacity since that maxes out at 13 while the weapons & shields go all the way to 20! Or was it 40? *shrug* (Ranted again. D: lol)

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  3. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

    Where the fuck are all of these 10s coming from? The camera/aiming system is total shit on Switch. And some outfits won’t be available til the shit end of the damn game which by then it’s all “why bother now!?” Aonuma so busy calling Witcher 3 a violent video game that the douche probably ignored the idea of a New Game Plus feature. Not to mention the other things Witcher 3 did awesomely that I pointed out in my comment to shadowvegeta a few comments upward. :/ 10/10 my ass. I think everyone is just way too high on the things the game did right that they ignore the things it really fails at. *shrug* Bleh…

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