The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
released on Mar 03, 2017
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the first 3D open-world game in the Zelda series. Link can travel anywhere and be equipped with weapons and armor found throughout the world to grant him various bonuses. Unlike many games in the series, Breath of the Wild does not impose a specific order in which quests or dungeons must be completed. While the game still has environmental obstacles such as weather effects, inhospitable lands, or powerful enemies, many of them can be overcome using the right method. A lot of critics ranked Breath of the Wild as one of the best video games of all time.
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It took me a minute to warm up to it, but once I understood the formula, I was hooked. I feel accomplished every time I pick up and play. The moment-to-moment gameplay, movement, and the vibes are all impeccable. I started the second playthrough the moment I finished the first.
Completion: Beat main game 2x (2022, 2023) and the champion's ballad (2023).
já tentei jogar esse jogo várias vezes e ele nunca me prendeu, tentei pela última vez e mesmo assim esse jogo me traz um total de 0 atrativos que não seja a história. me dá um ódio tão grande de ficar fazendo dungeon de puzzle toda hora, pegando torres da ubisoft pra expandir mapa, combate mega repetitivo e sem graça, side quests de JOGO SEM CONTEÚDO. sério, talvez algum dia muito distante eu dê outra chance, mas por enquanto chega.
Half a star off for the baffling decisions regarding weapon durability. Everything else about this game is pretty much perfect.
This game brings back what originally made open world games good.
(Played Before 2023) I really wanted to love this game more. I love the world it created, the characters, the music, and I hear about how everyone else loves this game. But I played through a lot of it, did exploration and all these different things and... It didn't click with me. I can't say it is a bad game, but I just don't "see" it like everyone else. I played without a guide when I probably should've, because I had so many items I had no idea what to do with, I missed out on some important areas and items, and I had some other issues. I also really didn't like the dungeons, and their puzzles were okay but got boring or frustrating at most, especially the motion puzzle ones. The combat was good and I liked the characters but I hated the limited use items because I couldn't really "build" my character with the weapons I wanted, it was just whatever was in my inventory at the time unless I grinded. I also got really frustrated with the performance. On the Switch, which is the best version of the game, I would bounce between 20 and 30 which was borderline unplayable for the 100+ hours I put into it. I really hated this a whole lot and I have no idea how Tears of the Kingdom will handle this. I know that this game has good qualities and most of the stuff is more 'not for me' than the game being bad, but this is a personal rating and not an objective review of the game. I really enjoyed the story though, and I think it was a unique take on the game and really carried it through the whole thing. I also don't think this game has that much replayability, and I tried going back to play it again to get ready for the sequel but just grew bored with it after a bit.