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Why I’m giving Breath of the Wild one more chance

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I just don’t do to have Breath of nature. After two failed attempts to immerse myself in what is considered one of the greatest games of all time, I’m clearly missing something. With the hype of Breath of the Wild 2 ahead of its 2022 release, I feel like I’m in school again, listening to my peers relaying slogans from a TV show that I didn’t. not watched yet – “I’ll watch it next week,” I said, before being immensely disappointed to see that that’s not all it was meant to be (for me anyway).

This is how I felt as my peers praised Breath of the Wild. β€œIt’s not like a Zelda game,” they say, β€œpeople love it because it’s not just for Zelda fans ”. I can’t help but disagree. Both times that I played the first few hours of Breath of the Wild I had the same recurring thoughts: “who is this little bearded man”, “where the hell am I supposed to go” and “how can I cook?” ? ”After a few hours of confused wandering, I lost interest and let it go – never returning to the wonders Hyrule is supposed to contain.

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