I tracked down a Wii U copy this afternoon on my way home for work. It was the last copy at Target. I probably won't get a chance to play it tonight because I am exhausted, but I am looking forward to sinking in a lot of time with it tomorrow.
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LoZ: Breath of the Wild
Posted 12 March 2017 - 02:56 PM
I've played it now for a few hours each yesterday and today. It's great so far and have just reached the point where things are starting to open up. Just exploring the landscape is pretty awesome. I just hope I start finding some more durable weapons so I don't have to keep resorting to using farming equipment and clubs so often.
Posted 17 March 2017 - 06:47 PM
I wound up getting a Switch and getting it again. Frame rate issues are almost non-existent compared to the Wii U version but aside from that barely much difference aside from soundtrack improvements and a higher res. Game itself is still amazing. Even on a second run I'm still floored by how good it is.
Posted 07 April 2017 - 07:00 AM
I "finally" got around to buying a Switch/Zelda.
I like it a lot! I'm a few hours in so far - on my way to Kakariko Village. I was worried that I would never utilize the handheld feature, as I've never been big on handheld stuff. So I've kind of forced myself to play that way a bunch and I really like it. I don't love the controller, but I'm getting more and more used to it.
Posted 14 April 2017 - 09:38 PM
Finally finished it last night, decided I'd find all the shrines before taking on the last act. Easily one of the greatest games I've played in my life. I've got a few complaints, the motion control puzzles in particular really made the game frustrating when they appeared, but all other complaints are very minor. But even after spending so long in the game, it was still consistently amazing me with something, and very few games I've played maintain that wonder throughout the whole playtime. Really looking forward to the DLC's.
Posted 14 June 2017 - 10:05 PM
I'm 100 hours in with no desire to rescue the princess...yet. Like Wader, I want to finish side quests and shrines and continue exploring. This game rewards the inquisitive mind like no other - something Nintendo is bringing to the new Mario game if the trailers and hands-on reviews are to be believed.
- Dark Wader +1 this