The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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  1. power

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    so much for buying this on the Wii U, mrs bought me a switch + this/odyssey/rabbids/mk8 - played the bejeebus out of it after completing Odyssey conquered all the divine beasts and just mopping up before i hit up gannon. only complaints so far, weapon durability (be nice to find a smithy or something) and rupee drops (there are before anyone says plenty to find but i tend to farm them and I don't like farming mechanics in any games). Also cooking, meh i find it a boring mechanic like most crafting mechanics. apart from those i really love the game and pretty much everything about it. Bought a pro controller too, so glad I did can't imagine this on stock dog controller.
     
  2. lawltank

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    Have you tried dragon farming for money? I liked this method the best:
     
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    Easiest to farm is lynels... Theres a elixer you can make for like 2200 rupees.
     
  4. power

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    i didn't, finished the game yesterday with a ton of cash on hand. Must have been OP, Calamity Ganon didn't kill me at all - as far as Zelda bosses go he was a bit soft. But that's ok, I prefer Zelda's softer bosses rather than trying to kill them over and over.
     
  5. akashra

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    I wouldn't mind the cooking mechanic if I could just select an item/recipe I wanted to cook and it would just take the ingredients from my inventory.

    The weapon durability thing is annoying as hell. I need a mallet or some kind of hammer to do one of the shrines I was having trouble with (the one where you have to hit a ball in to the hole way over a fence) and haven't been able to clear yet. Got to the start of Divine Beast Vah Medoh last night so have to start that when I get home, and still have Vah Rudania to go - haven't been to Death Mountain yet. But I'm now at a point where I can clear A Test of Major Strength shrines.
     

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