Zelda Breath of the Wild tore up the rulebook when it launched for Nintendo Switch in 2017.
Taking place in a mammoth open world, the epic Legend of Zelda release gives players freedom to explore the environment and complete quests in any order they please.
You can skip most of the game and attempt to battle Ganon from the off – although good luck with that if you do.
The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild has certainly gone down well with fans and critics, scoring an incredible 97% on Metacritic and selling nearly 15 million copies at the time of writing.
It’s been such a success that Nintendo announced plans to release a direct sequel during the company’s 2019 E3 Direct conference.
But while fans are right to be excited about any new Zelda game, my problem is that the first game isn’t as good as everybody makes out.
Now while I’m not suggesting that Breath of the Wild is a bad game or anything as preposterous as that, I do think it’s a tad overrated.
Nintendo must make these improvements if Breath of the Wild 2 is to avoid the same fate.
Where’s the story?
Stop the rain…
Make stronger weapons…
Give us some more variety…