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Zelda: Breath of the Wild Demo Reactions Tell the Whole Story
Zelda: Breath of the Wild was shown at E3 2016 and it was one of the most popular games on the show floor. The show was held in LA which meant players around world didn’t get to try out the demo. Thankfully, Nintendo hosted special events in UK and France to allow 30 lucky gamers to play Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Nintendo UK shared a video featuring fan reactions to Breath of the Wild. Reactions were very positive and fans couldn’t get enough of the new Zelda.
The title looks great and it seems technology will have a role to play in the game. Rather than having a completely medieval feel to it, Breath of the Wild, is going have technology elements within gameplay. Nintendo will be sharing more about Zelda in the coming months.
Zelda: Breath of the Wild will release on Nintendo NX and Wii U. A solid release date is yet to be announced. Originally the game was going launch on Wii U but Nintendo pushed its release to accommodate the NX version. Its delay was also partly to due to Aonuma’s Management mistakes.
We have these milestones during development. When I play the game, I give staff my comments, my advice on what direction they should be heading in. At one of the milestones, the game was fantastic. There were so many great elements. But at the next milestone, that was all gone.
I would made a lot of comments about what they needed to add. But I never told them what I thought was good about the game at that milestone. So they added stuff that I recommended but they also added some other elements they thought would work well and that ended up breaking all the good parts of the previous build. I learned that, when it’s good, I have to say so. If I’d managed that we’ll, maybe development wouldn’t have extended quite so much
What do you think of Zelda? An amazing new installment?