The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch)
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- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch)
Gustav, South Africa. 12 March 2017
Don't believe the low user scores on Metacritic for this, the latest entry in the long-running franchise of action/RPG titles that Nintendo-fans love so much. Those zero reviews are in most cases probably written by bots or, if not, at the least seriously deranged people (just read them if you don't believe me...). Anyway, I've played this daily for a week now and I can honestly say that this is a superb title to start you off on the Switch (or to say goodbye with to your beloved WiiU). I don't believe Nintendo paid over 70 review sites to rate this as a masterpiece, because playing it made the fact that this is something special become apparent really quickly. If you love Nintendo, you probably have this already. For the uninitiated, there's a plethora of reviews, videos and online material to investigate to see if it's for you or not. Don't believe the haters...this game is truly a masterpiece!!!
Herman, South Africa. 5 March 2017
Pure Joy. Been playing since Friday night. Might just be the best game I have ever played.
Stanley, South Africa. 24 March 2017
I haven't been hooked on a game like this in years. I can honestly say that this might be one of the best games I've ever played. I bought a Switch just to play this and its worth every cent.
Gavin, South Africa. 10 March 2017
Amazing game. One of the best open-world games I've played and probably now my favourite 3D Zelda game.
Niel, South Africa. 13 March 2017
A remarkable game. If you love open-world games, this takes it to the next level. You'll be engrossed for hours & hours.
Zander, South Africa. 13 March 2017
The best Zelda experience so far. Some framerate drop issues when playing the Nintendo Switch version in TV mode but not enough to deminish the over all experience.
a must buy for any Zelda or open world game fans.
Colin, South Africa. 10 March 2017
Koenraad, South Africa. 20 April 2017
Easily Game of the year. Absolutely incredible! Would lick the cartridge to playing.
James, South Africa. 13 March 2017
Considering I have never played a Legend of Zelda game before, I am completely amazed at how good this game is. A massive open world with loads of freedom to explore and superb gameplay mechanics.
Daniel, South Africa. 17 July 2017
Best game in years
markus, South Africa. 31 March 2017
I've been playing Zelda games since I got my first game boy years ago and this game gave me the same excitement like it did when I first played all those years ago.
I can definitely see why ign rated this 10/10, it's a pure masterpiece with the ma Janice and story keeping you entertained and excited. This is a classic that will remain in my collection for many years
Conrad, South Africa. 10 March 2017
Best Zelda game ever. The survival aspect, the sheer size of this world - incredible. It'll change your life. Get it.
Hilton, South Africa. 3 April 2017
Brilliant game. The sense of exploration and discovery is unparalleled.
Nigel, South Africa. 12 March 2017
I could go on all day. This is the best game of all time, period. Been playing for a full week and still haven't made a dent on the progress to be made to complete the game. Worth every buck
Jeffrey, South Africa. 17 March 2017
The best game I have played this year so far! Best open world game I have experienced, most believable too, yes the art style is not "photo realistic", rather more like a water colour painting, however, this world feels alive with the attention details, day night cycles, certain animals appear at differnt times and locations. Almost everything can be interacted with. Most walls or objects can be climbed, a paraglider can fly across areas in real time, amazed by the scenery. Anywhere you see, you can go. Tamed horses have physical locations, meaning blowing whistle to call it out of long range won't be heard, not like other open world games where your horse would teleport from anywhere and appear by you.
Many games have gravity physic to make the game more believable, but this game also has a element physics, a tree branch can be lit on fire, simple, but now picture these scenarios:
Confronting enemy camp, circle around to have the camp fire in between you and the enemy and shoot an arrow through the fire, setting the target on fire.
When there's a thunderstorm, lightening would strike down on metal objects, meaning it can one shot kill you if you have metal gears equiped. You can use that logic to your advantage, throw a metal weapon by enemies and watch them get struck.
When's raining, the surfaces gets wet, making steep cliffs and walls hard to climb, shield surfing becomes smoother and longer, yes, you can surf down slopes on your shield!
In cold enviroments, if you wield a flame sword, it would warm you up and don't need to wear extra warm clothes or warm potions.
I can go on and on, but what sets this game apart from other games or open world games, is that this is a game that is developed that keeps saying "yes" to the player and rewards your curiousity, intellegence and creatity.
This is a gamechanger for the industry and will be a reference material for future games to come.
Chris, South Africa. 10 March 2017
Ramz, South Africa. 7 March 2017
This game is absolutely incredible! Let me start off by saying that I'm not a Zelda fanboy, I've only played maybe two hours of Twilight Princess. This game has some influences from the likes of Dark Souls, the Witcher & Skyrim. What do all of these games have in common? A vast open world with maybe 100+ hours of gameplay; do you do the main quest or veer off the path exploring randomly & side questing and I have no life now... Thanks.
Muhammad, South Africa. 17 July 2017
This is an example of open world adventure done right. It is not without issues, but none of those are detrimental enough to mire the sheer sense of discovery and, most importantly, fun that this game provides.
Daniel, South Africa. 10 March 2017
Without a doubt the best Zelda title I've ever played. A must-have for Zelda fans and anyone looking to get into a new series. Everything that was good about previous titles and even that which was lost in later titles all come together in this giant masterpiece. Something to find around every corner.
Arshad, South Africa. 25 July 2017
By far the best game I have ever played. With so much to find and explore, getting side tracked from quests to find new shrines and items is best thing I've experienced
Stephen, South Africa. 10 March 2017
My daughter loves it!
????, South Africa. 20 April 2017
This has to be one of the best video games ever made. Completely lost myself in Hyrule. Found that even the smallest side quest can suck you in. Love it
Jaco, South Africa. 7 March 2017
It lets you do anything you want ,be it picking up a random rock and chucking it im the distance, chopping down an entire tree for a single apple or even giving the grass a nice trim from swinging your axe. It truely is the little things that adds to how great this game is. A must buy for anyone considering the switch!
Mubeen Kader, South Africa. 13 March 2017
Awesome game deserves 10/10
Vassilios, South Africa. 7 July 2017
As a die hard Zelda fan, I can trully express how this has become one of the best, combining beautiful artwork with everything else that is trending in the gaming world without losing it's special Zelda touch and eccentric soundtrack.
Daniel, South Africa. 14 March 2017
Probably will be the bast game of the year. I'm still amazed with what they achieved.
Cavell, South Africa. 10 April 2017
I haven't played an open world game before so I'm gonna have to figure out how I wanna explore as there doesn't seem to be a set way to play. It's kinda cool that the Zelda series has given the player, even more freedom in checking out the environment.