#2 The legend of Zelda, Breath of the wild

The legend of Zelda made the #2 spot on my list of top five Zelda titles, but could easily be #1. This game was beautifully designed and almost flawless in the way it feels and plays. The music sets the mood perfectly and if you feel like you should be able to do something, you probably can. On top of that, this game gives you a few tools and tells you to play it however you see fit. The legend of Zelda, Breath of the wild is a masterpiece that had me hooked for well over sixty hours of gameplay and I’m not sure I even got to half of everything you can do. This game is simply amazing.

Breath of the wild takes place at the very end of the series, where link awakens from a one hundred year sleep to find out that calamity ganon is slowly destroying Hyrule, and he is the last hope to stop the evil Ganon. This action-adventure game is truly one of a kind from the beautifully designed graphics to the overall feel of the game. This game could easily eat up well over one hundred hours of you life and you won’t be the least bit upset about it. I was actually sad when it was over.

This title was originally supposed to be released exclusively for the Wii U but due to problems with development, it was actually pushed back a few times and released with the Nintendo switch, alongside the Wii U. Upon the start of the game you’re giving a quick intro to what has happened while link was in his deep sleep and then basically given zero instruction from there as to where to go next. You can play the tradition way and try to find the master sword to beat Ganon, and all four of the divine beasts, or if you’re brave enough you can head straight to Hyrule castle and take calamity Ganon on almost immediately. Although this method is significantly harder. All in all this game is a true masterpiece and I absolutely can not wait until the sequel graces our lives, but I guess the links awakening remake will have to do in the meantime!

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