Jul 23, 2018

VIDEO: Small Details In Breath Of The Wild Only True Fans Noticed

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We’re almost 20 installments deep into Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda series, not counting those terrible CD-i games… and we’re still going strong. Breath of the Wild brought in advance buzz by the heart-container-ful, and when fans finally played for themselves, they noted its balance between originality and honoring the overall Zelda theme. But what some players likely haven’t yet noticed are the exciting connections to Zelda’s legacy sprinkled throughout the game. Does Dodongo still dislike smoke? Are empty jars still a weirdly rare commodity in Hyrule? Will we ever figure out what the deal is with this guy? Here’s a look at a few small details in Breath of the Wild only true fans noticed…

Location, location, location | 0:43
The secret language | 2:16
Oman Au | 3:33
The Old Man | 3:58
Just look at the flowers | 4:36

Read more here → http://www.looper.com/47342/easter-eggs-missed-legend-zelda-breath-wild/

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