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Wyrdness said:
It's the freedom in approach that is hard to move on from one common problem is you'll play other games after where you wish you simply could just climb over the wall or improvise an unintended solution to a puzzle etc...

Exactly. Some people say Breath of the Wild is not great, let alone a masterpiece, due to repetitive combat and a barren open world without memorable NPCs. To me, the magic of Breath of the Wild is the journey. When I play other open-world games, I tend to want to get right to where I need to go. I don't care much about what's on the way, at least not when a quest is active. But I immersed myself a lot into Hyrule. I enjoy running and climbing into new areas, and looking at the vast land ahead of me.



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PS4: 130 mil (was 100 million) Xbox One: 55 mil (was 50 mil) Switch: 110 million (was 73, then 96 million)

3DS: 75.5 mil (was 73, then 77 million)

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