Hey, guys hope you have all been safe! As promised I have published my Breath Of the Wild game review so enjoy! Breath Of the Wild is a vast and dynamic game to provides quite the user experience. This Legend of Zelda game provides the user with many encounters and almost infinite room to make their own decision. Breath Of the Wild gives the user freedom and allows them to play the way they want to play.
Every good game has to have a good storyline and Breath Of the Wild is no different. The story is orientated on Link, the main character waking up from 100 years of slumber. His memories are lost and you need to guide him on the path to defeating the greatest evil. Calamity Ganon, Breath Of the Wild’s main villain holds Hyrule in his hands and Link must stop him. I found the storyline very interesting and I was extremely captivated. Besides the main quest in Breath Of the Wild, there are also side quests. These side quests grant the player freedom the continue how they wish. You might not even want to attempt the main quest till way later in the game after all it’s all up to you. This brings us to the next main section of reviewing a game: Mechanics.
Breath Of the Wild not only has a flawless storyline but also has great mechanics. Its graphics are unrivaled and its survival aspect is great too. The graphics in Breath Of the Wild are clear and animated. They seem to portray a beautiful world that is beyond our imagination. I find myself just staring at the beauty of the world. As I said earlier it is clearly unrivaled. Next, the combat system in Breath Of the Wild is quite clean. It provides a unique experience that gives lots of freedom. The survival aspect of this game is very respected. As you play the main character you have to attend to all his needs. There is food to eat, mountains to climb, shrines to complete, horses to ride, animals to kill, and monsters to fight. It is just that unique of an experience. Even the weapons that you wield have a durability factor where they break after being used too much. Just the complexity and integrity of that idea escapes me but it is just fantastic. I also really like the hearts and stamina aspect of Breath Of the Wild. Hearts are like your life points, losing all of them means you died. In addition, stamina is like a refilling kind of measure. When you sprint, climb, swim, and use charged attacks you use stamina. When you stop conducting that motion then your stamina refills. In Breath Of the Wild, using all your stamina will result in Link collapsing from exhausting himself. If your doing something simple like sprinting you would just stop and wait till your stamina refills. Though if you’re doing something like swimming and climbing it could be fatal. You would drown or let go of the mountain. Stamina is something Breath Of the Wild players should always be cautious of.
In conclusion, Breath Of the Wild is an excellent game that excels in everything and is in a class of its own. Breath Of the Wild is available to play on the Nintendo Switch and the Wii U! It is priced at about $60 but could be on sale. This price isn’t cheap for a video game but is becoming normal for video games as all new games are being priced at $60. However, in the case of Breath Of the Wild, it is a decent price. This video game is flawless and is well deserved for the $60. Also, Breath Of the Wild comes with a DLC that is priced at $20. The DLC is not entirely worth it but if you enjoy the game and want more it is definitely an option. I just felt the DLC wasn’t worth it as you only get a few more weapons and trials. Not that big of a difference and it definitely isn’t worth $20. If this post helped you please like the page and comment down below. I am open to ideas about future reviews so please comment. Also, follow me if you want notifications about upcoming reviews. There are two ways to follow, make a WordPress Account, or if you already have one use it. Furthermore, you can also become an email follower. Look to the right for the option! Also, read my special announcement in which I plan on implementing a way for notifications without signing up for anything. See you guys in the next one!