Join us, won’t you, for a Kotaku Splitscreen spoilercast of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a video game about a mute young man who obsessively collects seeds. Advertisement First, Kirk and I talk this week’s news including the rocky future of Mass Effect (5:20), an eleven-year-old getting GTA V and finding a bag of meth instead (11:41) and Assassin’s Creed/Far Cry leaks (15:38). Then Stephen Totilo joins the podcast for a nice chunk of Breath of the Wild spoiler talk (22:56). And Kirk and I finish things off with some Prey (1:06:55). Download the MP3 right here. Advertisement As always, you can find Splitscreen on Apple Podcasts and Google Play. Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any and all questions, requests, suggestions, and fan-fiction. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Breath of the Wild
After intentionally giving myself a complete media blackout prior to the release of this game, I was completely blown away by this game. From the day that I bought it, I was not able to put the controller down. As I went along i was keeping log of a lot of the challenges that I came across as well as other aspects of the game. Since I have built a Legend of Zelda subsite to this domain, I decided to make a Breath of the Wild walkthrough. The main story and a lot of the side quests were fairly straight orward. They provide a challenge, but none really had me stumped to the point where I felt that It was a perfect topic for the walkthrough. In saying that I did include a FAQ section where I brought up some questions that people might have for common aspects of the game. If anyone feels they have something to add to the walkthrough, or has any corrections, please point them out. There is report tool at the bottom of every page that can be used to let me know how bad a job I really did :D. The Legend of Zelda: Breath…
During an interview, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma shared a few of the titles that were used in research for Breath of the Wild and much more. …Read More The post Eiji Aonuma Cites Skyrim, The Witcher 3, and Far Cry in Research for Breath of the Wild; Shows Admiration for The Last Guardian by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
I (Robin Ek, TGG) was just contacted by Nintendo Sweden (Bergsala AB) and they informed me about the “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” expansion pass. So here´s the info that I was given: Swedish to English translation: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Switch for Nintendo and the Wii U is one of the biggest games… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
You know times are strange when even Zelda games are getting season passes, and here we are. Nintendo announced today that Breath of the Wild will get several pieces of downloadable content throughout 2017. Advertisement The season pass will be $20 and come with two DLC packs. One will add a hard mode and a Cave of Trials (like Twilight Princess) while the other will add “a new dungeon and a new original story.” The whole package will also let Link wear a shirt with a Switch logo on it, for some reason. Here’s Nintendo: Advertisement Starting when the game launches on March 3, players will be able to purchase an Expansion Pass for $19.99, granting access to two new sets of downloadable content for the game when they become available later this year. Immediately upon pre-purchase or purchase of the Expansion Pass, three new treasure chests will appear in the game’s Great Plateau area. One of these treasure chests will contain a shirt with a Nintendo Switch logo that Link can wear during his adventure, exclusive to the Expansion Pass. The other READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Did you know that Mario’s last name is also Mario? He’s not alone. Apparently, it’s an ongoing gag spanning multiple games over at Nintendo HQ, where they jokingly give characters silly full names. Advertisement Game Informer recently sat down with game developer legend Shigeru Miyamoto and Breath of the Wild producer Eiji Aonuma to ask 51 rapid-fire questions, most of them kinda silly. It’s a treat to watch: I guess it makes sense for Link to have an odd last name: he’s not human, Nintendo says. Another fun fact: the original design document for Zelda apparently referred to the game as “Adventure Mario.” Bonus: Miyamoto and Aonuma’s answer to “what’s the secret to a happy life?” is real good: READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
The debut trailer for the Nintendo Switch was packed with good-looking 20-somethings playing in fashionable apartments and rooftop parties. As a 40-something father, it didn’t feel like a product aimed my way. Nintendo’s Super Bowl ad fixes that feeling. Advertisement While many people remarked on the millennial festival that is the Nintendo Switch preview trailer, it’s something that’s been nagging me since the console’s October reveal. Though the company is often cast as the more family-friendly of the three major game console makers, the Switch preview trailer featured no children, no parents. After years of Wii and Wii U advertisements featuring a parade of gamers from toddlers to white-haired grandparents, the lack of age variety was quite noticeable. I know the games Nintendo teases in the preview trailer are games I want to play. It’s not like the company was suddenly chopping away at both ends of its demographic, but in a way it felt like that. The Switch was not a console the company wanted an aging gamer to imagine playing with his or her children. And so Nintendo’s Super Bowl ad, a first for the company, has READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Breath of the Wild: the Master Edition and Special Edition Bundles Have Been Revealed As if it couldn’t get any better, the Master Edition and Special Edition of the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild were revealed today, and they are stunning. If you haven’t seen it yet, check out the dazzling new trailer released for Breath of the Wild during today’s Nintendo Switch presentation. The highly anticipated title was also revealed to be a launch title for the upcoming console. The price and release date of the Nintendo Switch was announced as well. The Master Edition (shown above) rings up at $129.99 MSRP, and comes with: Master Sword Statute Nintendo Switch Sheikah Slate Carrying Case The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game 24-Song Soundtrack CD Sheikah Eye Collectible Coin Relic of Hyrule: Calamity Ganon Tapestry and Weather-Worn Map The Special Edition (shown above) comes to $99.99 MSRP and contains: Nintendo Switch Sheikah Slate Carrying Case The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game 24-Song Soundtrack CD Sheikah Eye Collectible Coin Relic of Hyrule: Calamity Ganon Tapestry and Weather-Worn Map What did you think about the Nintendo Switch event, and will you be picking up either of these collectors…
Breath of the Wild will be Out with the Switch March 3rd, 2017 Tonight’s Switch presentation ended with a brand new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The trailer showcases the game’s story, highlighting what are presumably key moments throughout the narrative. Zelda herself appears to have a more substantial role, along with a larger cast we only caught a glimpse of. The trailer ended with the release date for the game. Confirming previous reports, theories and feverish hopes, Breath of the Wild will be launching with the Switch this March. This news, in combination with the upcoming presentations happening around the world over the next few days, should put fan hype at a legendary level. No word yet on when pre-orders will begin in earnest, but expect the Switch to get pretty scarce, pretty fast. SOURCE: Press Release The post Breath of the Wild Confirmed as Launch Title for Switch appeared first on COGconnected.