Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Reviews Suggest That The Game Is A Masterpiece

By   /   Feb 27, 2017
Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild reviews

While the game might still be a few days away, Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild reviews have slowly started pouring in ahead of the 3rd March release date.

The latest of the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild reviews comes in from a German outlet, GamePro which awarded the game a whopping 94/100 which is amazing considering the same outlet gave The Witcher 3 a 92/100.

This Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild review score makes it the 2nd highest rated game from GamePro with the #1 title being Grand Theft Auto IV.

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Since Nintendo Switch isn’t available in the market yet and will be launching alongside the game on 3rd March, this review might be based on the WiiU version of the game unless the website got their hands on the console early.

The first of the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild reviews was from EDGE magazine which also happened to love the game. The outlet gave the game a perfect 10/10 score and referred to it as the most important entry in the series in the last 20 years and even better than the epic Ocarina of Time.

Most of the major outlets like IGN, GameSpot still have their review in-progress and haven’t given the latest Legend of Zelda game any score yet but the two reviews that are out seem to be nothing but praises for the open world game.

Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, from all accounts, seems to be the most ambitious Zelda game Nintendo has ever made.

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Not only is it the first proper open world title in the franchise but it is also said to be brimming with content and a map twice the size of Skyrim.

The game will be available on 3rd March for both WiiU and Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch version will reportedly drain the handheld’s battery in little over 2 hours when played in portable mode.