The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a return to the old while embracing the standards of the current age. With size and detail at its disposal, players will have little trouble finding things to do in Nintendo’s first attempt at an open world game for one of its flagship franchises. Rich with aesthetic flair, gameplay complexity, and memorable characters, the only thing that drags this experience downward is the general attempt at storytelling, encouraging the tradition of “save the world” and nothing more that has become the series’ foundation. Nevertheless, a fulfilling and grandiose journey awaits all those who play the game that has been near-universally praised as the best title Nintendo’s produced… perhaps ever.
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