Okay, you keep telling yourself BotW did something revolutionary, then. I guess some people just can't accept that maybe a game can be good without being groundbreaking. I guess creating updrafts was the greatest thing since 3D platforming was perfected.
Of course games can be good but not groundbreaking, there are countless examples of that,...
Actually no, I don't "have to come to terms" with your assertion, I reject it as untrue. If you're going to conflate a scripted interaction with the ability to apply physical and chemical forces freely throughout an organic world in a way that produces countless gameplay possibilities, then we may as well conflate Mario 64's breakthroughs with the...
Setting grass on fire to create an updraft is just as much a canned gameplay mechanic as having to use wind to blow an orb into a goal. At some point you're just going to have to come to terms with the fact that the physics and "chemistry" of BotW, while very well put together, isn't anything that hasn't been attempted before and is in no way...
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