It's by far the worst part of the game. I don't know what they were thinking.
This is def a game where everyone has a different path / play style. I would just personally experience it 100% on my own. Maybe look up some cooking recipes, etc....but most of this game should be found through self-discovery imo.
Master Mode or regular mode? Guides and tactics will differ greatly based on that.Is there a general guide I can follow? I fucking suck at this game, I keep wandering in parts I'm not supposed too and I keep getting killed. I'm only at the beginning, I just got the quest to get the 12 memories and now I'm not sure where to go without being crushed by 10 enemies at the same time.
Only part of the game I used a online guide, after trying for myself for like 50 times.. Totally forgotten about that part lol.
I did, and when i tried to get the sneak hits the game just didn't connect them, i was sent to the side activating the alarm, or dealing them as normal hits, or whatever. I just said fuck it and sneak past them to the treasure room.
I'm playing on regular mode. And yeah I think your advice to just keep playing is the best. This morning I was getting killed left and right and when I came back to it later things got a bit better... especially when it's not raining! I'll keep going in blind and will look up for stuff if I get stuck along the way.Master Mode or regular mode? Guides and tactics will differ greatly based on that.
My general advice is...just play the game. Go to where your interest takes you. Avoid fights you’re not equipped for and come back once you have better gear. Complete as many shrines as you can find. You can use these to increase either your stamina or health (hearts). Buuttttt......if you want to go where the game tries to hint to where you need to go.... you should head to the NE part of the map towards the Zora region (it’s past Kakariko). That will get ya going. The other huge suggestion is to find your first Great Fairy Fountain if you haven’t. That will give you a HUGE boost if dying is the thing that’s frustrating you. Let me know if you want any hints on a fountain location (everything is better in this game when you find it yourself).
Not only you can, but you must. IIRC it's the only way to damage him.
Trying to remember this one....is this the boss that throws the ice blocks to you?? If so, don’t forget to use your Cryo and Stasis powers as often as you can. You can use Cryo on ice to instantly break it, and Stasis to buy yourself some time if needed. Also, drink some Attack+ or Defense+ food (whichever you find you’re lacking in) beforehand. I remember that boss being pretty tough, but don’t be afraid to exhaust your resources on it. Use whatever powerful arrows you have (ancient arrows are a big plus, but def use any fire,ice,electric arrows you have too). If you still can’t manage, I’d say hold off until you have either more health, better armor upgrades, or have accumulated a decent stock of good arrows (a good bow helps too).I bought my son a Switch for Xmas with this, Mario, and MK. I got really into this for a week or two whilst travelling on business then I hit the first proper boss, Waterblight Ganon. I must have spent a few hours on that, exhausting weapon supplies and getting nowhere. I decided to grind some dungeons a bit for heart containers, but subsequently gave up. Any tips - I want to go back to it but am fed up with that boss. Having completed all the Souls games I'm surprised I can't get on with Zelda.
It's nice. I play in my room for long periods of time, so it's nice to be able to take it in portable mode to play in the living room if I get sick of being in my bedroom. It's also nice to have something on the tv in the background too if you're just cruising around Hyrule.
Spring is nearly here? Where do you live O_o nevermind probably Australia or something
It's hard to say, since it adds more of the same. You get a few trials similar to Eventide Island, and a handful of shrines and shrine quests to complete. There's also a couple of new DLC costumes to find and completely new upgrade, so I'd say it'd be about 10-30ish hours depending on your play style. I'd say its content is probably better than most of that of the main game, and I adored vanilla BoTW as is.Hey, listen!
I played Breath of the Wild back then in February/March and loved the game, but didn't play the DLCs. I've been in the mood to play more BotW and finally buy the Season Pass. My question is: is the season pass worth it? How many more hours of fun will I get out of it?
Thank you! I bought the Season Pass yesterday and so far I've been having a blast again. There are so many places I haven't been to yet and thanks to the Hero's Path mode I discovered that. Perfect for this weekend!It's hard to say, since it adds more of the same. You get a few trials similar to Eventide Island, and a handful of shrines and shrine quests to complete. There's also a couple of new DLC costumes to find and completely new upgrade, so I'd say it'd be about 10-30ish hours depending on your play style. I'd say its content is probably better than most of that of the main game, and I adored vanilla BoTW as is.
I hope you have fun. I enjoyed my time with it. Especially the champions' ballad.