- Mar 25, 2019
Where can I find some great gifs foe this game?
That's exactly what I'm doing right now after my one year break. I thought about continuing one of my quests, but then I decided to turn off the quest marker and run around exploring the parts of the world I haven't been to yet. Good decision.Just started this game yesterday and holy shit this is going to be the game of the forever for me. Feels like I can spend an eternity only on the Great Plateau lol. I havent done any story at all, only running around fighting goboblins and picking up useless stuff. What a game!
The best decision! I am so pumped to continue this in about an hour!
I've been playing since it came out.Og finally got of the plateau after enjoying my time there for a few evenings. Went east as I was told, and was greeted by another incredible area lol. Have throughtly explored the western part untill the Dueling Peaks including a bit of the mountain area. Loved the golf minigame/idea in the mountains! 6 Shrines so far....this game is indeed going to take me a year now, isnt it?
Doing all shrines is one of my goals that'll keep me playing for many more hours.
Yes it is.
They're not so bad. Some slow mo arrows + perfect dodge/parry for the first phase, then Urbosa's Fury x 3 for the second phase. You can also eat food right before the fight and the buff carries over.
Ahhhhhh. I don't even have that one enabled.
I didn't even think of that! Kind of a cheat too lol...
The last portion just reminded me too much of the other games, even if you were the one using the bow this time. I wish they had made more possible outcomes during the battle regarding how many champions you rescued, or even bring the new generation into the fight. The whole thing felt very recluded to the three triforce holders. And you even you get less interaction with Zelda than in TP, WW or ST, when the whole game teases her relation to Link.Well... the final boss was everything I thought it would be, given the fact that I'm years late to the party. The game has its flaws, and the grand finale truly is another one of them. It's not all bad, but that's a clear misfire at the very end. It's strange that a Zelda game that set out to leave its own footprint, and achieved it, and cast away so many tropes/gimmicks/expectations, would resort to an old Zelda thing for its send off. After countless hours of gameplay and an extended playthrough, that's not good enough. What makes the last phase really sting is just how much better it could have been. Literally, a lot of "room" for improvement. Oh well.
Visually, it was badass. I'll give them that. As for the actual ending, well, I have the benefit of living in a post-BotW 2 announcement world. So, no comment lmao.
Eat a 30 minute 3x armor meal before starting. Also whenever you get a hearty something cook it alone. Avoid cooking dishes which give you any bonuses other than armor. In the third part, save your armored fish to go with ironshrooms because your armor bonus will run out before the end of the 23 levels.
Just sell them, they're meant for that purpose in the early game. You'll eventually find them in abundance. Upgrading armor uses monster / animal parts, from what I recall, and not a lot of gems.I could really use some advice.
Like I love how the game makes resources important. Rupees are such a thrill now. At the same time, my resources are so limited I can't even afford armor. I have diamond and other stuff but don't want to sell them because I'm paranoid they'll be needed for crafting.
The result makes it feel like a slog.
Probably just in case you havent found all the treasure chests inside, but none of them are essensial for anything really.
Wow. Didn't know you could parry everything.
If you plan on getting it just do it now. There are chests with item and armor in them added to the game, and they're all great to use. Places that were previously empty with no context now have those special chests. And it's great fun tracking them down too. Very rewarding. Nice challenge. The stuff you get is pretty useful too. Nice QOL stuff.So I finally got this game (Wii U version). Got off the plateau, headed east, slowly meandering my way over to Kakariko.
Anyway, just wondering if I should buy the DLC early on or if it can wait till later in the game? Isn't a lot of it postgame stuff and hard mode?