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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  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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    • 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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        • 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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        • 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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  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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