Game of the Forever
I haven't used any Amiibo at all yet, and I saw it once. Does it never reappear unless you use an Amiibo? And which Amiibo is this tied to? I don't remember hearing about it as an Amiibo event...
The second one is Amiibo functionality. Still haven't found the first myself after 60+ hours of playing....
Thanks man! Got it!
Best thread title. Anyway, I'm gonna ask this again here because I never got answers:
That's a really, really tough one to figure out. You have to go to the big rock in the middle of the lake, bomb it to reveal an updraft, and then look around while floating
Talk about a game that keeps on giving! Heck I haven't felt like this since OOT on not wanting to finish it so the experience wouldn't end xP Though in this case the game being so big I could continue to explore and find new things!
Will watch this evening, maybe it's something else. XD
- 50 hours
- 55 shrines completed, more found.
- 130 korok seeds.
- Only two dungeons completed
I definitely have complaints and quibbles (as one should on any open-world gargantuan RPG-adventure), but if this counts as an open-world RPG, then it is absolutely my favorite thus far. Any complaints I've had have been mitigated by nuances and new features as I've continued to play.
My only huge, major complaint, is the fall-off in game difficulty with regards to the combat portions of the game, for a bunch of reasons. There's tons of stuff to justify a full thread on "Types of Difficulty in Zelda games (Combat, Puzzles, Platforming, "Where to go", and "What to do"), and Breath of the Wild." It would be a much more broad discussion than the "What do you want in HARD mode?" thread, which I think is mostly a few straightforward and obvious tweaks.
I think I'm 20 hours in. One dungeon done.
This is a strange game for me. I can't think of any particular moments that blow my mind (outside of maybe a few of the dungeon/shrine solutions), but the experience overall is so immersive that I don't care. I literally get sucked into this world and lose track of time, and this is all done without the traditional narrative hooks. It's an astonishing achievement to be honest.
P.S. Also love that it's crazy hard.
Haven't really done story shit since last Saturday cuz it was just so much fun to wander all over the world and do it just like I did back in the 80s with Zelda 1+2. Love this game so very, very much.
I hit the 30 hour mark last night. I don't even have half of the map revealed, I've done 30 shrines, only one divine beast, and have largely been just exploring to my hearts content.
It feels like I've only played 4-5 hours tops.
When I finished Ruta I had a euphoric "what did I just experience" feeling. Trying to hold off racing toward the next three, which isn't hard, since I'm enjoying the world so much.
I had been doing a two hearts:one stam upgrade, but with 8 hearts already, I'm going to prioritize stam more since I spend so much time climbing around.
1) How can I get the orb for the hidden shrine in Kakariko village
2) A Kaas puzzle, he said I need to wait the blood moon and wait on the pedestal to activate the shrine, yet nothing's happening
3) Upgrading the champion armor is not cheap, does it get something great for that ?