If The Witcher would make a wonderful backdrop for a TV series, then surely so would Hyrule.
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Breath of the Wild players have always taken advantage of the game’s wonky physics, either in speedruns or for fun. It’s one thing to ride on stasis-launched trees, but it’s way more fun to shoot across Hyrule Field with a good head stomp. A new glitch allows just that, letting players gain tremendous speeds and blast off if they shield jump onto an enemy at the right angle.
Since The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild came out in March 2017, fans have been dying to know where it fits on the series’ official timeline. Now, Nintendo has provided an answer — sort of. Breath of the Wild is way at the end, but it isn’t connected to the rest of the timeline. In other words: Shenanigans!
Not everyone enjoys puzzles in video games and while there are some titles where that's all you do, others like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild feature them more sporadically.If you don't have the time or inclination to solve them yourself, you could always get a computer to do it for you, like Ceri Storey did for a certain section of Link's most recent adventure.
One moment, you're on top of the world, the next, completely helpless. Weaponless, defenseless, and pretty much helpless. Last time, we talked about nine games that took away all our weapons. This time, we talk about nine more games that stripped us of all resistance.
In the past couple of months there's been a phrase that haunts me. It reverberates in my dreams and my darkest nightmares. It's the first words I hear when I arrive home from work. It's the first words I hear when being woken up at 530am on a still-dark Saturday morning.
"Daddee. DADDEE. Can I play YOUR game."
Nintendo Power magazine ceased publishing at the end of 2012. It was a nostalgic time full of sad goodbyes and fond memories. Its last cover was even a call-back to the first issue, where Mario pounds his fist triumphantly into the air while standing on a mushroom. But today, on the five-year anniversary of its death, Nintendo Power has risen from the ashes in the form of a new podcast.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's second piece of downloadable content, The Champions' Ballad, is a distillation of everything the game does well. Its collection of puzzle shrines holds some of the most inspired moments of the series, culminating in a wonderfully complex final dungeon. It is a strong end to the DLC season that elevates one of the year's best games to further heights.