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Only One LoZ Game
Topic Started: 28 Jan 2018, 07:11 AM (36 Views)
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If you could only pick one LoZ game to play for the rest of your life, which one would it be, and why?

It doesn't have to be because of the main plot (for example, I love WW because of all of the random stuff you get to do in the game, and exploring, but the main quests I don't like quite as much as some of the other games), but just let us know about your reasoning.

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For me it's easy. I know I did a fair amount of moaning about it but it truly is a fantastic experience: Breath of the Wild.

I feel like (and I know) that I haven't even seen everything in that game yet. The best part of it is that you can just get lost in the world for awhile without doing anything related to the main story. I'd hesitate to call it my favourite ever but if I could only have one Breath of the Wild feels like the best choice. Even some of my favourites like Wind Waker or Majora's Mask (I've come around on it a lot over the years) and A Link Between Worlds would start to feel a little stale after awhile. Not because they're bad games, mind, but because I've been arbitrarily forced to only play one for the rest of my life in this hypothetical scenario. I feel like Breath of the Wild would take the longest to start feeling stale because of the sheer size of it. Although I suspect that after a while I'd probably see rain in real life and have an aneurysm or break down into tears of madness just from the sight of it. And I'd have an irrational fear of lightning targeting only me because of the coins in my pocket.

Or maybe not. So, long story short, Breath of the Wild because it's big and bright and beautiful.
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