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Massive Video Preview of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wilderness June 16, 2016

Posted by Maniac in Game News.
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On the first day of E3 2016, Nintendo announced the title for the latest game in The Legend of Zelda franchise, The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wilderness.

Nearly all of the entire first day of E3 was devoted to showing this game. They previewed so much about this game I have absolutely no idea where to start. It’s clear that this game is heavily inspired by the franchise by thrusting players into an open world where they can do absolutely anything, and explore anywhere. You can cook, you can hunt, you can sneak, and you can fight.

To start, here’s the first preview video of the day, a look at the game’s introduction.

Next up is a look at some of the game’s mechanics and the environment.

Here’s a look at the game’s first shrine.

In this game, weapons are actually destructible but they can be picked up off the ground. Here’s a look at the game’s weapons and combat.

Next up is a look at the game’s Amiibo functionality. You might remember that Wolf Link was included with copies of Twilight Princess HD, now you can see what you’ll be able to do with it.

Next up is a preview joined by the creator of Legend of Zelda, Donkey Kong and Super Mario, Shigeru Myamoto where he talks about his memories of developing the original game on the NES and how it compares to this game.

Here is the second shrine adventure.  Don’t adjust your watch.

Hunting and gathering is a big part of the game.  The environment is teeming with life and you need to use this to your advantage on your journey.

Next up is the next shrine, which they call shrine four…  This could be the start of a shirtless Link cosplay trend.

Next up is a journey outside the plateau.

Finally, we have a special look at some extra shrines that were not shown on the show floor.

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wilderness is coming to Nintendo NX and Wii U in 2017.

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