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- So is it still a Zelda game? Or is it closer to something like…
the legend of wile.e.coyote
It feels like it takes a ton of elements from all sorts of games, but it still feels like Zelda overall. The best way I can explain it is by saying that it feels like the type of game we would get as a reboot if there was never a game beyond Zelda 2, kind of like Kid Icarus Uprising. It's radically different but still contains enough of the old formula that it still feels familiar.
Having a dedicated jump button took some getting used to though. I lost a ton of hearts in early shrines just by falling off edges, then not having enough height to use the paraglider to reach another ledge, particularly the ledge in pic related.
I just used a bomb to get to that one
Just got BOTW today. After one day of play, the closest thing I've played to it would probably be Skyrim. There are still a lot of zelda components but its definitely not what Zelda fans have come accustom to.
Hmm, I'm sure I'll try this game at some point, but I had to practically drag myself through Skyrim to completion. I'm sure it's good for the type of game it is. But I doubt I'll like it all that much. Bummer.
said. The only siilarities to skyrim imo is how open it is, but this is definitely more focused on open-ended puzzle-solving than skyrim ever was, not to mention the combat is much more fluid/weighty. Skyrim, you just swat away at an enemy. Here, you're jumping, rolling, backflipping, strafing, etc., and your hits actually have an impact (you can send something ragdolling without killing it if you hit it hard enough, some weapons are heavier, etc.), but vice versa as well (I've been tossed across a massive room by an explosion, many times).
Some shrines are small, tiny singular rooms with a single puzzle, some are massive things (though the massive ones are few and far between, and not necessarily as big as the 4 "dungeons" mentioned.
Honestly, the only 2 similarities I really see this having with skyrim is that it's a big open-world (albeit, I believe the map is actually more than 4x the size of Skyrim's), and that you can find a crapton of side-quests scattered around near all the different towns / stables / key areas. Otherwise, it's... really not like any other game I've played, although it's still recognizably a zelda game
Personally, while it wasn't a bad game, I'd give skyrim a 6.5/10 (7.5 with mods, but that's not the default game), whereas I'd give BotW a 9.5/10. Not a 100% perfect game, but absolutely worth playing, regardless of it's on a Wii U or Switch
Thanks for the insightful response. I think I'll hold out until I can either get my hands on a Switch, or just wait for the price to drop before I get it. No sense getting it for the Wii U if I an get a better version at some point for the console I plan to get anyway. Plus saving some money is always good, not like I don't have enough backlog to play anyway. Haha.
I wouldn't really say its like Skyrim. Its got way more freedom of movement. Most surfaces are climbable, rain makes it harder to climb and you're likely to slip. The world is damn huge. The story doesnt have to be done in Point A to B to C order, You can go from the first area straight to the final boss (Not advised). rather than having 5 dungeons to do it has 120 mini dungeon like places (Shrines) each with their own puzzles or a fight, and 4 "Dungeons" where you solve a larger puzzle in a shifting environment to challenge the boss. The master sword is optional. It is still very much a Zelda game but it takes the cookie cutter mold out and just throws all the dough in there.
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- You dissin the doof?
**downvoteme used "*roll picture*"**
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If I don't come back tomorrow
fucked up the lyrics
- why do people find the bottle flip fascinating. It's not even …
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- Ah, so it's not impressive at all. Shame.
- So is this new game plus or something? Is the game really that easy?
im sure the guy just redid a low level mission but the ng+ ver of this mission
if it exists
would be tough
Using a spirit build, I pretty much hate crime the new game plus boos with just as much ease.
Ah, so it's not impressive at all. Shame.
- What? Comparing the jump to 3D to the fact that this game just…
My favorite gif from Breath...
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