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It's amazing. So many users with no interest in Zelda at all immediately jumped to a moral "high ground" and denounced the attitude of Nintendo fans as soon as the Jim Sterling review was posted.
Almost as if they were enjoying it.
Woot Spring Break. Zelda Time.
How goes uni?
But I also have Spring Break right now. I should get around to playing some games...!
Will you be playing Zelda?
Though, I certainly want to. It looks amazing. Will you be playing it on the Wii U or are you buying a Switch?
I'm playing it on the WiiU. Not getting a Switch anytime soon.
Also, you should just sell your car and keep the WiiU.
And I definitely agree. How far are you? Finished yet?
As for Breath of the Wild. I am truly amazed at the possibilities. I haven't been so amazed and engaged in such a long time. This is as if Nintendo took everything that makes Zelda magical and fun and addicting, took out all of the outdated and all the gimmicks, took a random Western Open World game, took out all the generic and boring but maintained some great technical aspects and some modern design and created a perfect combination.
I can't get to my main quest. There is so much stuff to do. I need to tame that horse. I saw that shrine in the distance and I need to travel. Who cares? It is so damn fun. There is always something new and cool to discover and experiment. The world is a giant playground.
Not to mention the combat and difficulty have been tuned. If anything I hated from previous Zelda games, was how ridiculously easy they were. Now combat is dangerous and tense and all.
There was this one combat shrine, I swear the battle there was more interesting and more intense than any Zelda battles I've ever had. No more super obvious exploitable patterns.
Worth selling a car for.
How's the soundtrack? The trailer music was absolutely awesome, and I've heard some of the OST and thought it was pretty nice.
I hope I can encounter the trailer music though.
IMO, they really dropped the ball by adding motion controls and making it so weak.
I'm glad NintendoPie is still around!
What happened to the radish?
How's uni going? I just started my first semester this spring actually.
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Barring reading the complete review, your scoring system is interesting. I wouldn't recommend just a "decent" (6) game to anyone....
John2290 said: 10 million switch & wii u.....^-^. hurr, hurr...i'll never tell you the real numbers, I'm not silly enough to get attacked over it. ^_- I do however hope it exceeds expectation and certainly those of mine. It's pretty simple: don't make a horribly wrong prediction and no one will bat an eye....
niceguygameplayer said: I understand what you mean, but I empathize with the poor Wii U customers that are getting the shaft left and right. I would be furious. Admit it, you don't empathize with anyone. You get a euphoric feeling from creating any thread that paints Nintendo in a negative light. You don't own a Wii U, it seems, so the Switch didn't take away anything you...
Occupation: Student/Abercrombie & Fitch
Eye colour: Brown
Hair colour: Brunette
Zodiac sign: Virgo
Favourite Games: Anything and everything but Nintendo games.
Favourite Music: Alternative, some Electronic, K-Pop, and Classical.
Favourite Films: There are several. Many Pixar movies are among them, but definitely not anything to do with Cars. Not only that though, I also enjoy the entire Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
Other movies that I like or love include The Silence of the Lambs, Gravity, and specific James Bond films.
Favourite Books: Books? What?
Favourite Food: There is too much to choose from... I have a fetish for Italian food, though.
Hobbies: Traveling, Swimming, VGC. Gaming... maybe.
Being Soriku's other half.
About Me: I think you know enough.