Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

Riley Wiser, Contributing Editor

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Legend of Zelda breath of the wild is one of the best games I’ve played in a long while. From the onslaught of open world games that have in my opinion oversaturated the market, this one came out feeling fresh and renewing for open world games. As far as how this game compares to the other Legend of Zelda games, I can’t say I know from not playing any of the other ones. But this game is still fantastic.

Calamity Ganon is an evil beast that is revived after thousands of years since last stained and sealed away, and after barely escaping with his life, Link has to find his way across Hyrule and destroy the abomination and save Hyrule’s Princess Zelda.  

The first thing I want to go over is the look of this game, along with its diverse open world. This game doesn’t use its open world as a time filler for its content. Instead uses most of its space to pack it with more quests and Trials.The various mountains and secret places to go and explore offer lots of ways to waste time, riding your horse around Hyrule to various giant machines all in an attempt to stop the Calamity Ganon.

The graphics were more than a solid base for the game. The view of looking from atop one of the numbering mountains, you could see almost to the other side of the map. With seamless travel with little loading except for stopping in the dungeons, or trial rooms that are sprinkled about the land. It left me wanting to explore more, playing for just one more hour, followed by yet another. The wanting to play the game going past its main story and to the side missions. Then to general exploring, foraging for food and searching for the best set of armor or weapons. When I was playing this game, hours passed so quickly midnight hit quicker than I ever thought possible. Even with a mostly silent protagonist, it’s easy to get pulled into this game and its story.

The story for the game was lengthy and all of the story in the game was interesting, keeping my attention held on the game instead of double tasking with watching Netflix in the background or something like this. Breath Of the Wild completely successful in capturing the gamers curiosity and want of exploring its huge world. Now this game isn’t as big as something like Skyrim, but it is still massive. With this game also being on a mobile console, able to play it almost wherever you are, this game is definitely something to invest in.

The pristine combat balances difficulty and skill all while making it a fair fight for the player, that is especially important since you’ll find yourself fighting against bandits and other monsters half the time you go to adventure.

As far as the downsides go for this game goes, its hard to actually think of it. With as how this game doesn’t really hold your hand, you can get lost at what you should do, but I find this gives the player more freedom and trust rather than a downside. What is annoying is the loading screens for every time you have to go into a small trial room. Although the fact that it doesn’t have to load any of the “main” parts of the map, it’s still impressive. As far as how long the game is, I’ve spent a good 15 some hours playing Breath of the wild and that’s with barely doing any side missions, which are practically everywhere.

Breath Of the Wild is a giant of a game, almost single-handedly selling Nintendo’s new console with how amazing it is. And it can only make sense with some game reviewers like GamesRadar gave it a Five out of Five and IGN giving it 8.5 out of 10. In my opinion, this game was at least a 9 out of 10. With little problems with the game at all, you should definitely buy it when you get a chance.

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