The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild [XCI]
The Legend of Zelda has always been a franchise that best typifies Nintendo’s desire to create memorable, substantial adventures. If Mario is all about precise mechanics and pure enjoyment, Zelda is a series that focuses on storytelling, world-building and classical tropes of good against evil, Hero against returning villain. Since The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time first brought the series into three dimensions, however, it can be argued that evolution has been minimal. Nintendo has made attempts to move the franchise into new realms, but technology limitations and no doubt other concerns slowed that progress – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild though fantastic in its own right, didn’t live up to its pre-release billing as a significant shake-up of the IP.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in shorts zelda botw delivers the revolution that has undoubtedly been desired within Nintendo and, it seems, among many fans. This is still quintessential Zelda, but the old formula has been drastically overhauled to the point that it’s almost been ripped up and re-written from scratch.
What we have in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in shorts zelda botw, then, is the most ambitious title in the history of the franchise; most importantly it delivers on its staggering potential. The series as a whole has stuck to a template partly due to its storytelling approach, with the returning Hero tackling evil across multiple ages, a cyclical process that gives impressive scope for lore and – of course – timeline theories (though Nintendo eventually produced an ‘official’ timeline).
The good news is that this entry maintains a notable primary narrative, which actually kicks into gear sooner than we’d anticipated. Reflecting on the core story after the credits have rolled, what we will say is that it’s not only well written but it is, also, a slightly more ‘grown-up’ approach from Nintendo. The trademark quirks of the IP are still present throughout a playthrough, but the manner of the storytelling and the tone continues some of the progress seen in the past couple of generations.
No. of Players : 1 Player
Languages : World
Tittle ID : 01007EF00011E000
File Size : 13.86 GB
File Type : XCI
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