Nintendo Publishes 'Zelda: Breath Of The Wild' Making-Of Documentary

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I look forward to when the Zelda honeymoon is over and people can have more sober discussions about how the game isn't 100% absolutely the definition of perfect.
 

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As an owner I'd say my only con is the frame drops. Other than that awesome game.
 

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Performance is a big thing, yeah. I'm also in the camp that's firmly against the weapon degradation. Some folks don't like the rain, I don't mind it.

But yeah, that's all I want to be able to say without having to brace myself for impact from the screeching kiddie fanboys. For the moment, that's just a risk you take, and it's pretty well dumb.
 

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I like when wooden weapons degrade but metal ones degrading is unrealistic.
 

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I think Dark Souls 1 did weapon degradation properly, but the problem was that the degradation was so gradual, it may as well not have been a mechanic in the game, because you probably upgraded weapons well before degradation became a concern. Which, y'know, if I had to choose between degradation so slight so as to never have to worry about it or so extreme that weapons break from spreading butter on toast, I definitely choose the former. I just don't see why the system has to be there at all to begin with.
 
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