Guard your knees from this Zelda: Breath of the Wild arrows video


Link used to be an adventurer

Nintendo continues to trickle feed content from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with a short video showing off some of Link's new arrows. I like the return of the bomb arrow, in particular.

It really is a joy to see how interconnected all of the game's physics are. I know it shouldn't be such a big deal in 2016, but most games treat physics as an afterthought. Metal Gear Solid V really brought a bunch of different systems together to create a world that felt realistic and Breath of the Wild looks to follow suit.

I am getting worried about how this will stack up on the NX. There are still no reported specs for the new console or even a visual of what it will look like. At the very least, it would be nice to see a comparison between the two different versions of this game, but I suppose we'll just need to be patient.

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