Leaving Breath of the Wild’s Great Plateau Is the Ultimate Call to Adventure | Snapshot

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Brett James
Brett James

This is beautiful.

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Chris Brandrick
Chris Brandrick

Great video Marty, really spoke to the magic this games offers you.

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Muad'Dib
Muad'Dib

If only Nintendo could make a console that could run a game like this without a 1998 draw distance

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tralchemist
tralchemist

I really REALLY want to see this guy write about the moment in Mass Effect 1 where you find out that Sovereign isn't a Reaper ship but an actual Reaper.

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Derik Olinde
Derik Olinde

God damn that was beautiful.

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Jordan Goh
Jordan Goh

I got Horizon Zero Dawn recently and I feel that Breath of the Wild has ruined all open world games for me (and its the only modern open world game I finished). Yes it was fun to shoot robot dinosaurs and grow Aloy in the first 5 hours. But after that, I was swamped with collectibles, expensive weapons, lame side quests and so on. I'm struggling to continue the game despite its strong and fun gameplay loop of fighting robots. But the side quests, the limited fast travel, the clutter on the map, limited save system makes me tired. Worse, it makes me think, "Fuck, there is way too much shit to do". I hope that more games will learn from Breath of the Wild and give us, the player, more control in our game without forcing us to wallow in boring side quests and activities.

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TheCreepypro
TheCreepypro

couldn't have said it better myself

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Ben R4m-Z
Ben R4m-Z

Paya best girl. just sayin'

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Brandon JS Lea
Brandon JS Lea

Ooh yet another youtube series jerking off Nintendo, fun. BotW's world is certainly beautiful and polished enough that it feels nice to be in, but I struggle to see how anyone can find any lasting joy in it when the rewards are so samey. It was such a shame when I'd find some mysterious ruins only for the answer to every bloody mystery to be "spirit orb" or "shit seed". For all the talk I see of going back to the original, each area in that game felt unique cos the enemies were different and the items actually felt tied in to the world. All sense of mystery is undermined when the entire purpose of a thing is to give you another fucking orb. And as for openness, christ knows why BotW get's so much praise, I mean Minecraft did it about 5 years prior.

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Brandon JS Lea
Brandon JS Lea

@Marty Sliva "No no no it's only temporarily jerking off Nintendo" Seriously, what exactly does this video add that hasn't been said over and over by most gaming analysis series? It feels like it only exists to go "look, I get it too!".

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva

Brandon JS Lea The previous two games featured in this video series were God of War and Bloodborne. But sure, go off.

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wicgw
wicgw

Heh "High watermark" *clip of walking through water*

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Digital666Devil
Digital666Devil

Yeah, there is much wonder in the beginning. Thats great but, in the end it feels a ittle hollow . There is not much story , and also not that much sidequests. There is nothing to gain from the exploring , the weapons vanish after view hits . There is no treasure to be found exept rupees . (nnd shrines) it is mostly sideseeing. I don't know but as examle the witcher 3 world is "Deeper" "Ritcher" experience in retrospec.

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Digital666Devil
Digital666Devil

@CaptainWumbo yeah I understand that the games have different approaches. I would say, all in all zbotw leaves me a bit empty. I wish there were more different loot that not break. And more quests like the town build quest..

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CaptainWumbo
CaptainWumbo

You can't get out of BotW what you got out of Witcher, but also you can't get out of Witcher what you got out of BotW. They're totally different experiences. BotW is about seeing a tall mountain and wondering if you can climb it, or looking over casms and cliffs and planning your route through them. Witcher is about deep dialogue trees with voice acting and enjoying the scenery as your horse trots along the road, and getting engrossed in a long and interesting narrative even as the game tells you just to follow the white line to the next story beat. There are similarities for sure, but the experience is different, and trying to play one like it's the other isn't much fun.

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Rai Hanzo
Rai Hanzo

It's about the adventure rather than the goal

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Mylar
Mylar

Beautifully made

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CJusticeHappen21
CJusticeHappen21

I don't understand why some people will re-read the Bible or re-watch Twin Peaks, but I do understand why I will always play the Legend of Zelda.

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DePaul Evening Law Students Society
DePaul Evening Law Students Society

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el Cheshire Ilustracion
el Cheshire Ilustracion

Breath of the Wild has gone on the become my favorite Zelda (gameplay wise, the story I still think is one of the few low points of it, but seems like Age of Calamity is coming to fix that), because of that sense of exploration and awe. I can only hope that the next games in the series (including BotW 2) expand on that notion. More enemies, more exploring, more world building. I can only hope.

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Mor3gan
Mor3gan

Man I don't get how you people do this. I just followed the bright shiny marker on the map that the one character you've met told you to go to. Its obvious you can't fight gannon at this point and there isn't much in the other directions. I haven't played this sense I beat the final blight and it rarely crosses my mind.

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Someone Else
Someone Else

You totally can, you just have to not suck.

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Adam Devo
Adam Devo

Boring boring game

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Adam Devo
Adam Devo

@Marty Sliva Glad you agree

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva

Adam Devo Okay Adam.

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Professor EDM
Professor EDM

This video was hella soothing😌

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quag311
quag311

Worth every ounce of praise it gets. Game of the Decade.

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Gobsnachaz
Gobsnachaz

I have no idea why, but BotW has never appealed to me even though it should be right up my alley.

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Ono matopoeia
Ono matopoeia

Too bad it wasn't a better game.

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Ovenman940
Ovenman940

4:08 Tenets. One 'n'. Ten-ets

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Glenn Griffon
Glenn Griffon

I would not say that BoTW is the first Zelda game to nail that feeling. The first one, the original 8-Bit Zelda hit that feeling perfectly without much story to get in the way. Maybe I say this cause I was just a little kid when the game first came out. My family rented it not long after it launched and when we all sat on the sofa together the first thing my little eyes saw was the cave. I yelled at my mom to go in the cave and see what was in there. She didn't. Nor did my father when his turn rapidly came and my half-brother when his turn came next But when the controller was passed to my five year old hands I ran straight for the cave and acquired the sword. Much to the annoyance of my family who wondered why anyone would make a game that you start defenseless. From there I was hooked. I was still a kid in the 80's so even with video games I still went outside and explored. Games like Zelda, Metroid, Dragon Warrior, The Guardian Legend, these games emulated what I saw in my imagination. It took a few years before I really got my mind around many of the concepts and things happening in these games. Where to go, what to do, that stuff. But it always felt like I was the one in the world. This was _my_ journey, _my_ quest. It felt just like going outside and going on pretend quests with my friends.

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Jacob Astorga
Jacob Astorga

This game is not perfect. Zelda is not a perfect franchise.

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Jacob Astorga
Jacob Astorga

David V personally I’ve hardly seen a hate base towards this game and franchise all I’ve seen is praise praise praise and whenever someone does want to say something negative to it it’s usually something really dumb like it’s boring or it’s bad with no explanation whatsoever rather than actual criticism although it does exist. I’m just tired of this franchise shoved in my face as this almighty messiah cause I enjoy the games some I really do but I don’t claim it to be the greatest thing ever

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Jacob Astorga
Jacob Astorga

David V of course not it’s impossible but my problem with Zelda as a casual Zelda fan is that so many people try so hard to circle jerk the games as flawless lighting in the bottle masterpieces that transcends all games and can’t be dethroned it’s so off putting and I’ve heard some of the most ridiculous claims for the series just for the sake of praise and when people show the stains then people attack others like fucking animals just because they showed flaws. I mean just look at what happened when Jim Sterling gave this game a 7 people went fucking nuts and it’s really ridiculous

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Jacob Astorga
Jacob Astorga

David V no but it’s not Zelda

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vjollila96
vjollila96

What did I just watch escapist video that has no yahtzee? Strange

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IfOUGHTpIRANHAz
IfOUGHTpIRANHAz

Laying it on a bit thick, doncha think?

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Key Strix
Key Strix

To put it simply.... A true adventure game: **Character points** "You see those mountains just beyond the town over there? I heard that somewhere on the other side from here is a magical fountain guarded by vicious beasts. Might be treasure there too... or just death. I'm not gonna risk it... but are you?" Other games: "Here, lemme mark it on your map."

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Jacob Astorga
Jacob Astorga

Key Strix I know you didn’t say it was the first but a lot of people like to act like it is the first for a lot of things like having the world be immediately accessible when I can name others games that do the same thing. And I know it’s seems like hate coming from me but it’s really frustration from the fact that this game and franchise is the greatest things ever that can do no wrong. And it’s not like I don’t like the games I do enjoy them some very much but as a casual fan of the series the circle jerk is just too much and some of the statements I hear with some of the games for the sake of praise is honestly off putting a little bit. I mean look at what happened to Jim Sterling when he gave this game a 7 people went fucking super saiyan to tell him how wrong he is. Btw Beyond Two Souls is overrated? That’s surprising. I honestly forgot that game exists and from what I remember I don’t recall it having the best reception

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Key Strix
Key Strix

@Jacob Astorga I never said it was the first. I'm saying it does it better than most. If you really want the game to hold your hand, you can make that happen. But foremost it tries to visually guide players to the point of not needing your eyes glued to the corner map - which I just turn off anyways because it's mostly useless. It's great design for a game that at its core is about exploration and adventuring. To make things better, the game hardly blocks you out of areas based on story progression, allowing you to take on the plot in almost any order. Besides, I can't really think of any other game that will let you run off to fight the last boss straight out the training area. That is actually something special. Trust me, I have problems with BotW, so my love for it isn't as blind as you think. I hope a lot of it gets addressed in the sequel. But it's not nearly enough for me to carry hate like yours. I dunno why you feel the need to come to rain on my parade. I hate the overrated game Beyond: Two Souls, but you don't see me going after the fans.

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Jacob Astorga
Jacob Astorga

Key Strix it marks things on the map for main quests frequently. Go to divine beast in zora, follow the path, reach zora, go to divine beast. Same thing with Rito. Go to Rito, talk to elder, go to flight range and talk to Teb. They may point where Kakariko village is but is still marked on the damn map same as Hateno village. This game is not the only game to have side quests that mark who you got the quest from but don’t tell you where to go. GTA 4 with its car quest, GTA 5 with its quest involving finding people by using only a satellite view picture and figuring out where to go, RDR with its treasure maps, Horizon with its flower and collectible quests, one side quest in Spider man involving looking for a location a picture. This game is not a first for any of these and so many people try so hard to find ways to praise this game and the franchise as a whole as the greatest piece of entertainment and nothing will surpass it and quite frankly it’s fucking annoying seeing people constantly circle jerk this damn series

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LordKaftan
LordKaftan

Me while playing BOTW: constantly checking interactive map on my phone because I didn't have enough free time to wonder aimlessly. Also: treasure wasn't worth the effort.

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Key Strix
Key Strix

@Jacob Astorga Occasionally, yes, it does mark the map for where you generally need to go, normally for main story progression points. The majority of the time? No. I'm playing it right now, so I'm speaking from a currently ongoing experience. The game actually has a clever way to guide the player in having NPCs literally pointing a direction with the camera following, they give a few verbal details, then... that's all. Most of the quests on my list don't give any waypoint where to actually go, but mark where I got the quest and what they said. It's up to me to explore from there and find my way. It's so much more fun and challenging that way. Now, waypoints aren't pure evil or anything. They're just... too hand-holding and are a default function of most open world games. BotW is built from the ground up to not be completely reliant on that by making so much visually distinctive. But the waypoint system you will be using most of the time is one of your own making, being that you mark points with your scope that you want to go to and you find your own way.

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Krystal Myth
Krystal Myth

I found breath of the wild to be a low point in the series. But I've been playing Zelda since the start. I still remember marvelling at that gold cart Christmas morning. So I found Breath of The Wilds sparse zones. Lack of bosses or dynamic sword combat. Complete lack of dank, dark dungeons, lush forests and wild flights of fancy and humor just completely disappointing in Botw. But its now everyone's favorite Zelda and apparently all future Zelda games will use it as a template. So the Zelda I know died in Ocarina\Twilight and that kind of makes me sad. I miss the swell of that powerful theme. The crash of cymbals and the call to arms. The sensation you describe in Botw was done better in games like Dark Souls. Which this game more than once shows some tribute to. But pales in comparison in tone and depth. I... I just don't see it. I wish I could.

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CaptainWumbo
CaptainWumbo

I really liked BotW but I gotta say I wouldn't mind another 6 to 8 dungeon Zelda game for the next one. But I also don't want BotW to be the only game of its kind. The sense of travel in botw was very powerful for me. Maybe one day you'll have an itch for it and can come back to BotW, at least if you didn't hateplay through all its content already.

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Krystal Myth
Krystal Myth

I find it fascinating that you all basically feel the lack of content to be more immersive.

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Cole Diggins
Cole Diggins

Finally someone was able to describe it

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Cole Diggins
Cole Diggins

@NocturnalNick so......

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NocturnalNick
NocturnalNick

Don't mean to be down on this guy, but the beginning of Joseph Anderson's BotW review did tackled this much better

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/Mattie/ /Ice/
/Mattie/ /Ice/

I’m a simple man: I see breath of the wild, I click

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leo cheng
leo cheng

Beautiful stuff.

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FhargaZ
FhargaZ

The quest for finding a weapon that isn't made of glass 😆

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Felipe Velloso
Felipe Velloso

Great video! I completly agree with you

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Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong

Well said except for going on about adventures of childhood, you can have adventures and do new things, look upon the world with wonder at any age, if you choose too.

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Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong

@CaptainWumbo no it isn't its the truth.

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CaptainWumbo
CaptainWumbo

I think that's a kind of priviledged thing to say, even if it is meant to be sweet.

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Juan Cerda
Juan Cerda

I love this game so much... Even though im a PlayStation guy.. This is the best experience out of any game I know

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Juan Cerda
Juan Cerda

@Darth Kai agree with you fully on this one.

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Darth Kai
Darth Kai

I have often argued somewhat with friends that although PS4 is by far my favorite console of this soon to be ended generation, BotW is by far my favorite game of this past generation. And arguably, maybe of all time.

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Fune
Fune

I disagree.

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Dana White's double chin
Dana White's double chin

This game is overrated

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Ian Carlson
Ian Carlson

I love breath of the Wild's presentation, but absolutely HATE its game balance and instant-death mechanics. I've also always hated stealth portions of games, I remember just getting frustrated over Breath of the Wild's for like 8 hours (total, over the course of a few days for a specific story bit.) I just wanted to smash my switch. I never have and never will finish Breath of the Wild's story because of this. Meaning I'll never play its "sequel" or any of its spin-offs.

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NocturnalNick
NocturnalNick

@Ian Carlson lightning in particular is avoided by not using metal armour and weapons

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Ezzy Elder
Ezzy Elder

@Ian Carlson Don't engage lynels with low tier weapons and armor, cook food and elixirs to give you stat buffs, and if lightning is an issue for you then make electricity resistant food or get the rubber armor set. There's an answer for just about every problem you encounter in this game. You just have to engage with the systems the game lays out

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Ian Carlson
Ian Carlson

@Ezzy Elder Except not Lynels and lightning, which can instant-kill even with decent armor and 8+ hearts. Lightning in particular (even from enemies/bosses) can kill even over 10-13 hearts. I'm fine with it being a "me" problem, because it's how I avoid games I get frustrated over.

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Ezzy Elder
Ezzy Elder

Instant death is only a problem when you have three hearts and no armor. I'm in the middle of doing a three heart run and I haven't experienced instant death because I didn't try to fight something above my level, I bought and upgraded armor as soon as I could, and made enough stat buffed food and elixirs to survive elements and cover my ass in a tough fight. Maybe 5 hours in I could safely engage just about any enemy encounter in the game

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- hehehe bye bye -
- hehehe bye bye -

Sounds like a "you" problem

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David Edema
David Edema

Hero of time? 🤔🤔🤔🤔

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MajorRoe
MajorRoe

So hyped for Age of Calamity tho

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva

MajorRoe Same! And I’m not even a big fan of musou games, but between Age of Calamity and P5 Scramble, I think I’m going to learn to like’em.

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Jan1270
Jan1270

0:26 He is NOT the Hero of Time!

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Seth Bacon
Seth Bacon

Marty: "Press on, 'Into the wild blue yonder' " Me: *Flashbacks to AFROTC*

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Fluxquark
Fluxquark

One of the best games ever, even after almost 200 hours I'm still finding new adventures

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva

Fluxquark Absolutely.

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Preston Byrd
Preston Byrd

Couldn't have put it better myself.

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Ender
Ender

He called BotW Link the Hero of Time. *Sigh*

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aisaka98
aisaka98

Ender ok coomer

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Jorae Reegers
Jorae Reegers

And for the people that just couldn't get past the stamina meter or breakable weapons, I feel they completely missed the bigger opportunities this game provided. Open world games really haven't been the same since BotW released for myself. Is that pretentious to think so? Probably, a yes. But trying to play something like Horizon: Zero Dawn after this just made it and other open world games look insanely generic or bland in comparison. Where here almost anything I see something is something I can literally traverse to it. In others, it's either invisible walls or over developed skyboxes. In BotW, I found my goals naturally. in others I was bogged down with constant linearity including side quest bloat that felt like filling out a checklist instead of innovated gameplay. And the fact that you could play this docked or in portable mode just added to the freedom. BotW felt like a, well, breath of fresh air for not only the genre, but also for the Zelda franchise.

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Rai Hanzo
Rai Hanzo

@TFTony love for anything is subjective, it's just that some some people tend to use the same excuse for love.

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TFTony
TFTony

@Rai Hanzo I don't know who you're arguing against, I didn't disregard the feeling of adventure. I'm simply claiming that Breath of the Wild does not differ from games that came before and after it nearly as much as other milestone games whose importance and impact some people liken it to. You claim that the specific mix of adventure and traversal, that apparently cannot be found anywhere else, is enough. OP claimed it is in fact such a big deviation from everything else that they cannot play any other open world games anymore. I find that claim ridiculous, because I consider this difference to other open world games comparatively small. You disagree. I have learned a lot, mostly that the love for this game is very subjective.

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Rai Hanzo
Rai Hanzo

@TFTony like yahtzee said before: immersion can save the flaws of a game and the lack of immersion can kill it. i think what you call a "niche" is something that has a bigger effect on people that isn't commonly recognized, the feeling of adventure is not a something that can be objectively examined, that's why skyrim with its bugs and botw with it's normal features can be considered revolutionary of their times.

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TFTony
TFTony

@Rai Hanzo Fair enough, that is a statement I can absolutely get behind. If the smoothness of traversal is important to you, there is nothing like it when you also want the feeling of adventure and exploration. I just think that is a very niche thing to carve out just to claim revolutionary uniqueness.

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Rai Hanzo
Rai Hanzo

@TFTony hmm... I wouldnt say "nothing" cause that cant be true. But I would say it does everything right, botw gives freedom just like every other GOOD open world game, but it has a better feel to it, the feel of adventure and exploration, and better movement mechanics, the handglider is better than climbing a mountain using a horse.

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Ezzy Elder
Ezzy Elder

0:26 This Link isn't the hero of time. The hero of time is the Link from Ocarina of Time/Majoras Mask. BotW Link is the hero of the wilds

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Key Strix
Key Strix

@Marty Sliva I don't think it's that much of a slip being that Link is a hero who basically transcends time.

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva

Ezzy Elder Thanks for watching!

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Ezzy Elder
Ezzy Elder

@Marty Sliva lol no worries dude! As a life long Zelda fan it's my job to nitpick dumb stuff like this. Really good video, and thanks for actually engaging with your audience!

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva

Ezzy Elder Yep, my bad, dumb slip-up on my part. Especially considering I’m in the middle of a full series replay. My punishment is having a dozen comments focusing on this one thing, and not the rest of the video.

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Xander Fulton
Xander Fulton

My one criticism of this video is that Link didn’t make a mistake, he just failed. Other than that I wholeheartedly agree with everything else though!

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Edgar Caldeira
Edgar Caldeira

@Xander Fulton "Nothing he could’ve done would’ve changed the end result" And yet, he manages to defeat the challenge in the game itself, by himself. 100 years prior he had the support of an entire kingdom to help and it ended in failure, that means that he failed because he wasn't fully prepared, therefore, it was his personal mistake.

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Xander Fulton
Xander Fulton

Marty Sliva at times, especially if you listen to my Dad. But I think here it’s a bit different. Link gave his all in the final battle but couldn’t measure up. Nothing he could’ve done would’ve changed the end result (at least until we play Age of Calamity and see what happened) and it was his failure to stop Ganon that lead to the destruction of Hyrule, not the result of any choice he made. But again, that’s my only quibble. The main meaty analysis of what it was like to traverse the world beyond the great plateau was wonderful and I don’t think I could’ve said it better myself

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva

Xander Fulton Thanks for watching! Also, I would say that failing is a kind of mistake, no?

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Jorae Reegers
Jorae Reegers

Confucius says that failing is one's own personal mistake. Proper preparation is the key to victory.

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Squiblles
Squiblles

You hit the nail on the head, man

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Jdog-kun
Jdog-kun

last time I was this early The Escapist was British

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SkyDiams Team
SkyDiams Team

The ultimate chad move

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Spark
Spark

damn i'm early

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JAC Of All Games
JAC Of All Games

Thats not the Hero of Time

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Slippery John
Slippery John

Good video that makes me want to replay BOTW. Although I will ask who is the person talking in this vid?

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Slippery John
Slippery John

@Marty Sliva Oh hey! Yeah I really enjoyed it! Good job!

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva

Slippery John Hi! Thanks for watching the video! Glad you dug it.

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Slippery John
Slippery John

@Tommy Salty excellent, thanks for letting me know. I must of missed the credits at the end of the vid.

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Tommy Salty
Tommy Salty

It's Marty Sliva, who writes great columns on the Escapist and was the guest on the recent Escapist Show. You have the authors listed at the end of each video (before the list of Escapist+ supporters).

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