Zelda: BotW and Zelda in general

I only started parrying and dodging toward the end of the game. Early game, where they teach you parry/dodge, I had so few hearts that it was a bad idea to experiment with learning it on real enemies. End game, when it didn’t matter, it was a way to change up what would have been now-boring combat. Learning when to attempt what with which creature is very trial-and-error.

Only if you want to play Master Mode and/or Trial of the Sword DLC is when that stuff is really beneficial. You can pretty much brute force fights, but getting that Flurry Rush is satisfying.

I wonder if Nintendo will allow this for the Switch like Super Mario Maker and have people create custom shrines. I really also just want to replay the main dungeons again and for the DLC vs. replaying the game all over again.

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So super into Breath of the Wild right now is the DLC worth it?

I would play Shrine Maker all day forever.

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If you need MOAR, then yes. If you are satisfied with the amount of stuff in the default game, then no.

DLC is worth it. Champions Ballad is some good shit.

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For that alone, it was worth it.

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And they are making another one! We don’t deserve, but I’ll take it. I hope it has more shark girlfriend, Michael, and studsman Gerudo, Urbosa.

B…O…T…W…2

Needs a Rito outfit, so that you can actually fly. Skyward Sword stylee

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