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    Senior Member Tubsiwub's Avatar
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    Heh, what I meant by "Zelda Fan" was anyone who was hardcore about the series still. The ones that are invested fully into the 3D games and the super complex dungeons that come with them. Breath of the Wild's dungeons are super short one-trick ponies which is a letdown.

    I should warn you that the enemies keep scaling in difficulty, and by "difficulty" I mean that you'll have to use up half an inventory on one bokoblin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubsiwub View Post
    Heh, what I meant by "Zelda Fan" was anyone who was hardcore about the series still. The ones that are invested fully into the 3D games and the super complex dungeons that come with them. Breath of the Wild's dungeons are super short one-trick ponies which is a letdown.

    I should warn you that the enemies keep scaling in difficulty, and by "difficulty" I mean that you'll have to use up half an inventory on one bokoblin.
    I noticed after I completed Divine Beast Vah Ruta that the monsters were a little more challenging. Just took a bit more tactics though. They seem to be dropping better gear now too.

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    The further you get in the game the better the loot drops. My wife and I found the game just incredibly easy to continue playing for like, forever. If you want to get loot/weapons without grinding as much I recommend a bootled amiibo card set. They are like $15 from China and you get so much stuff you'll never want for anything again (maybe rupees).
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    Actually this makes the localization good, but because it doesn't match the Japanese Script 1:1 people throw a fit. And if that's a problem for you, GTFO, go improve your Japanese and play the Japanese version to be as pure and kawaii as you want.

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    Let me know if you find a bootleg amiibo puck that you can load that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xelement5x View Post
    The further you get in the game the better the loot drops. My wife and I found the game just incredibly easy to continue playing for like, forever. If you want to get loot/weapons without grinding as much I recommend a bootled amiibo card set. They are like $15 from China and you get so much stuff you'll never want for anything again (maybe rupees).
    It's pretty easy for me even without Amibos. I've uncovered all memories and have found some pretty good regular respawns that I can exploit after each blood moon. All but two towers uncovered and can't even seem to burn through one/two weapons at a time. I had to build my house just to put the higher quality rares in storage and use the weakest weapons on hand at all times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zborgerd View Post
    I'm just impressed that nearly every object seems to be somehow impacted by the physics engine. You can manipulate almost everything. It's not that it's more realistic than anything else out there, but that it's just leaves a lot of options open for endless things to do with the game.

    http://www.gamesradar.com/7-ingeniou...h-of-the-wild/
    Exploitable physics are always fun. I think most games don't tie a lot of stuff to the physics because it usually leads to embarrassing interactions like that.

    On a side note.... I rather dislike how 'hack' is being used lately.

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    I agree. 'hack' has become so overused anymore. "life hacks" etc
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    Life mods sound so much cooler. Do you guys think about hacking your bodies ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord of Pirates View Post
    Exploitable physics are always fun. I think most games don't tie a lot of stuff to the physics because it usually leads to embarrassing interactions like that.

    On a side note.... I rather dislike how 'hack' is being used lately.
    Quote Originally Posted by banditwolf View Post
    I agree. 'hack' has become so overused anymore. "life hacks" etc
    Yeah. None of those are actually "hacks".

    Anyway, so I'm less than a week in and I've uncovered the entire map and Master Sword. It's pretty much consumed my life but I'm gearing up to finish some parts and win the game within a few days, I think. Then I can get my life back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zborgerd View Post
    Then I can get my life back.
    Are you certain?

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