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- Forget everything you know about The Legend of Zelda games.
- Travel across vast fields, through forests, and to mountain peaks as you discover what has become of the kingdom of Hyrule In this stunning Open-Air Adventure.
- Special Edition
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The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild
This game is compatible with amiibo.
The Wolf Link amiibo from Twilight Princess HD, the Zelda 30th Anniversary series amiibo, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild series amiibo are all compatible with this game.
- Tap the Wolf Link amiibo (sold separately) to make Wolf Link appear in the game. Wolf Link will attack enemies on his own and help you find items you're searching for.
- Tap a Zelda 30th Anniversary series amiibo to receive helpful in-game items or even a treasure chest!
- Use any other compatible amiibo accessory to get random in-game items, like plants, fish and meat.
Platform: Wii U
Release Date: Mar 03, 2017
No. of Players: 1 player
Category: Adventure, Action, RPG
Woken from a 100-year slumber, Link must explore the wilds to regain his lost memories and save Hyrule. This bundle includes the game, a Nintendo Switch Sheikah Slate Carrying Case, a Sheikah Eye Collectible Coin, the Relic of Hyrule: Calamity Ganon Tapestry and Weather-Worn Map, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sound Selection CD.
The wilds of Hyrule make for a puzzling game of survival. Climb cliffs to scope out a destination; then cross great distances with the Paraglider or the horses you’ve tamed. You’ll discover items for crafting, beasts to hunt, and plants to forage. So scavenge weapons and armor…or claim them from enemies! From hammers to helmets, many items come with unique stats, resistances, effects, and levels of durability. Use everything at your disposal to find and conquer more than 100 Shrines. Luckily, the in-game Sheikah Slate can project Runes that manipulate objects and enemies in clever ways. It’s time to forget everything you know about the Legend of Zelda series.
- Discover a world as never before seen: by making your own path, choices, and consequences
- Ingenuity is the key to survival: find multiple solutions to tons of dynamic puzzles
- Surprises hide around every corner: scavenge weapons, armor, plants, animals, and more
- Live off the land: find weapons and armor, cook food, and brew elixirs.
- Utilize special technology: the in-game Sheikah Slate controls objects and enemies in fun ways
- Gear up: many weapons and armor have unique stats, resistances, effects, and durability.
- Shrines offer hundreds of clever challenges even veterans won’t see coming
- Compatible amiibo include the Wolf Link amiibo figure, figures from the Legend of Zelda
- 30th Anniversary amiibo series, and figures from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild amiibo series. Each one will offer Link in-game items that may just come in handy.
Top Customer Reviews
I have not done anything with the coin or the map.
Traditional Zelda fans may be a bit disappointed, however. The game sheds its traditional 7ish dungeon design for over 100 mini dungeons spread across the map, and four main dungeons that, while enjoyable, do not compare to the best the series has offered in past titles. Furthermore, there was very little emphasis on story or character development. Skyward Sword had many flaws, but it pioneered with better character narrative than the series has seen in ages. Breath of the Wild did not expand in this area. I found myself eager to see where the game took certain characters or groups, only to be let down as their development fizzled out on the spot. Furthermore, I found the conclusion to lack its namesake; The end doesn't feel like an end. This would be exciting if the game let you play in the world following your victory, but instead it resets you to just before you face the final boss.
That being said, I do believe there is a reason for it all. It seems to be that Nintendo has created a spiritual reboot to Zelda I in Breath of the Wild. Zelda I dropped you in the world with little to go on, and let you explore, complete dungeons, and defeat Ganon. Breath of the Wild achieves that and then some, thus setting the stage for many new tales in the Zelda universe. They've established a point in the timeline, given you the basics of the world, and let you carve out your own adventures. I don't think Nintendo has forfeit the dungeons and plot lines of old; I think they're building up to it. With Breath of the Wild, they've laid a phenomenal foundation, both in-game and out.