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First Impression of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom


Nintendo has finally released the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game was released called The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. And takes place roughly three years after the events in the previous game, so fans that played the previous game will see familiar areas but with a twist of the addition of sky and underground areas. Since, I haven’t finished the game (and won’t for some time), I figured I would give a first impression of this game versus giving a full review. So, there’s not going to be a lot regarding the plot in this post.

So, on surface level, this game hits all the same notes and uses a very similar formula for the plotline as Breath of the Wild, but there are different twists to make it feel new without feeling like you’re playing the same game all over again.

Overall, I’m having a blast playing Tears of the Kingdom. When I start playing, I get drawn in for long periods of time and want to keep playing more. So far, I’ve done the Water Temple with Sidon and explored the regions directly to the east of the starting area. I’ll eventually go to the other areas but I had to start out with my best boi. Though, I did have words for him as he got engaged to someone who wasn’t me… I mean come on. I know was gone getting my arm replaced but you didn’t have to replace me like that. Give Link a break, he’s been losing everything left right and center.

I’m curious how the other areas are going to go and if my current solution of long bridge will continue to work for everything. But hey, it’s been getting me through everything thus far. You can also create various means of transportation other than just using your horse (which you do get the ones you had from the previous game). This mainly comes into play with helping the Koroks as many have gotten separated from their friends. And their backpacks you can control or stick to things, so I’ve been enjoying the heck out of that.

If you’re playing Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom what have you thought thus far without giving any spoilers.

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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