Correct me if I'm wrong, but apparently, the characters of this new Zelda limited to Link and the mysterious old man, who gives tips and advice to you. The rest of the game is summarized to the monsters we have to defeat, the world that we can explore and dungeons scattered throughout several corners of the map (and we have complete freedom to visit these places, or not).
Does this not remembers the 1st The Legend of Zelda? Could it be that after all these years and innovations, the game will return to the classic scheme? (Just speculating)
1. English your first language?
2. The Great Plateau is a ddeliberate callback to Zelda 1. Those giant rocks you see in the reveal trailer and in the background are Spectacle Rock according to Bill.
What was the meaning behind this change?
Also, Rhythm Heaven thread
i took damage? better go invincible and run away lol!
literally designed by a 12 year old
just like how roadhog and junkrat were designed by someone who's never been to australia or met an australian
A bounty has been put on the last character you played with. Bounty hunter Silas Greaves is now coming for him/her/it. How does it go?
This bounty hunter must face off against Lieutenant Colonel-Marshal, Baron von Schnitzelhaüser himself. Not only has he hunted deer and foxes in Bavaria his whole youth, but he has over 30,000 confirmed kills. Despite several attempts by Allies to kill this hero of the Reich, he still lives and continues to set an example for us all.
This American schweinehund has no chance.
I paid more than that for regular xbone controller + wireless adapter.
>Sony will fund shit like that FP Diablo ripoff
>they won't get Japan Studio to make Ape Escape 4
What's the deal?
When will the video game industry stop pandering to SJWs?
Do you agree, guys?
Kills/deaths aren't information you should be keeping track of in an objective based FPS like Overwatch. Giving that info just entices people further to focus on killing as many people as possible instead of escorting the payload or taking the objective.
Let's discuss the best Zelda game /v/
>Amazing motion controls
>Best story to date
>Beautiful art style
>Some of the best bosses and dungeons in any game ever made
Why do we hate it again?
And you laughed, /v/
Can you recommend me any MMO/survival game/anything like that with proper crafting and base building /v/?
I played 7 days to die for the past 2 weeks or so and it was great, except very buggy, I stopped playing because some of my containers got bugged and lost all the items in them multiple times, which was really fucking shitty.
Are there any multiplayer games with a persistent world that aren't shit at this point in time at all?
Last game you played
your biggest fear
Finishing university, I won't get a job in my area because every job asks for years of experience, but since they're all asking for experience nobody has experience and nobody is offering the opportunity for experience. I'm too old for places like McDonalds to skirt under the minimum wage laws so I'm fucked there too.
So I play video games most of the time.
Add me, i'm looking for a group that doesn't suck complete cock. I'm tired of losing with teammates that are in complete disarray and try to go rambo like it's cock of duty. My username's Ryusokyaku and i main Mercy. Let's get a group going.
>Last of Us
>Last of Steampunk
>Last of Us Remastered
>Last of Bikers
>Last of War
>Last of Robot Dinosaur
I am already hating this fucking trend.