Guide Zelda Breath of the Wild
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Guide Zelda Breath of the Wild is an app dedicate for the Zelda Breath of the Wild fans. Show him strategies play, tricks and walkthrough. This is an Unofficial Guide Zelda Breath of the Wild.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has received almost nothing but praise. It became one of the best-reviewed games of all time, and was numbered as one of the five games to have the Metacritic score of 98… until Jim Sterling came along.

The latest installment of The Legend of Zelda dipped to 97, and some of the game’s ardent fans think Jim’s 7/10 review is responsible. According to the Metacritic blurb: “At its absolute best, Breath of the Wild offers some of the most absorbing experiences a Zelda game ever has. Unfortunately, it makes you work harder for it than you should, buried as it is under a pile of small but constant irritations that collaborate to form a thick crust of frustration around a delectable center. Breath of the Wild is a delightful adventure, one that tries its utmost to be as big a pain in the arse as possible.”

While hardly scathing, the review score was significantly lower and the tone much less full of praise than some fans expected. Apparently, the review was the cause of the latest DDoS attack on Jimquisition. Some gamers can’t seem to let negative reviews of their favorite games stand.

People love their timelines, there’s no two ways about it. We like to classify things, especially when they are seemingly connected. Zelda’s timeline has been pretty weird for a long time now, and it would appear that Breath of the Wild will only add to the confusion.

Since the game has been out for a few days now, this means that many of the previous theories have been put to the test. The main issue seems to be that the game itself freely borrows elements and names from earlier games in a seemingly unconnected way. For example, the Koroks are there, the happy tree-planters from Wind Waker. Are they just a Zelda thing now or are they pointing to the fact that this Zelda fits after Wind Waker in the timeline? Do we count Amiibos in? Because the Wolf Link from Twilight Princess is technically in BotW if you have the right Amiibo
Eiji Aonuma, Zelda producer, has not helped keep things any clearer by doing interviews in Ocarina of Time T-shirt, as well as stating that Link has been asleep for a 100 years at the beginning of the game. This would definitely mean that this Link is from one of the previous games, which still limits it to some 16 games plus spin-offs! And for the first time we have DLCs coming as well.

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Content rating: Everyone

Requires OS: 2.3 and up

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