Last week, a Nintendo Switch update made it possible to share short videos of select first-party games on social media. The feature isn’t perfect, but it doesn’t matter. Right now, despite being in the middle of fall game season, many video game fans are talking about months-old Nintendo releases instead.
YouTuber Brothy ! gives us a look at some unused weapons hiding in the Breath of the Wild code. Nothing outlandish in here, but it’s still cool to peek under the hood.
I started playing Breath of the Wild a few weeks ago, and, so far, I love it. However, I’ve come across a few things while playing that have left me confused. Here are some questions I have about magic, Princess Zelda, and other characters in Breath of the Wild.
Nintendo has been giving Breath of the Wild players free items for reading the Switch’s news feed. It’s a little broken.
Breath of the Wild’s new DLC offers another hint as to where the game fits on the Zelda timelines, and in doing so, also raises more questions than it answers.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC, The Master Trials, came out yesterday, and already players are trying to find conquer it in record time.
Breath of the Wild added some awesome outfits with some new downloadable content but none are as terrifying as Tingle’s costume. The mere sight sends NPCs into a panic, allowing Link to terrorize towns up and down the Hyrule countryside. You can watch the mischief in the video above.
Today, Zelda receives its first piece of downloadable content, The Master Trials. The DLC’s got some new goodies and a new mode, but one of the best additions has to be a map function called “Hero’s Path.”
Breath of the Wild’s first big downloadable content dropped last night and it is full of cool items to find. If you’re too important and busy to hunt them down yourself, don’t worry. This guide will help you look like the best dressed adventurer in all of Hyrule.
Saddle up, Zelda fans, as later this year you’ll have even more reason to return to the fields of Hyrule.
Traversing Breath of the Wild’s Hyrule unveils somber narratives inferred through its ruins and decimated villages. But it’s not all sorrowful. Some of the game’s most bizarre tales are told through its strange NPCs and locales, and they’re amazing.
Join us, won’t you, for a Kotaku Splitscreen spoilercast of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a video game about a mute young man who obsessively collects seeds.
When most people enter a Zelda shrine, they try to solve the puzzles. Sometimes a shrine will accept multiple solutions, allowing players to get creative. Some fans, however, have figured out ways to bend and break shrines in ways that Nintendo probably never anticipated.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild does not dole out rewards predictably. Often you’ll spend an afternoon figuring out some elaborate puzzle, only to walk away with some rupees or a weapon you didn’t need. Other times the reward will be just as “useless,” but more special than any pile of loot could be.
You ever fight a video game boss where the music is so good, you draw the fight out so you can keep listening?
Under normal circumstances, Cuccos are seemingly invincible: nothing can strike them without incurring the wrath of the swarm. We’ve even witnessed Cuccos killing mini-bosses. Cuccos are hardcore! But what happens when you throw a Cucco into lava?
When you cover speedrunning for a while, you start to ask: “can I do that?” This weekend, I started doing my own runs in Breath of the Wild to see how far I’d get. As you might imagine, the results were messy.
Nintendo’s latest Zelda game Breath of the Wild has garnered deserved praise for presenting users with an immense, emergent open world full of discovery, surprise, and charm. However, as I’ve been digging deeper into the game, I started to notice some areas that could benefit from a few quick user experience (UX)…
Over the weekend a streamer finally beat Breath of the Wild, not realizing that the voice actor of her favorite character had been watching the whole time.