The Zelda: Breath of the Wild team shares their favorite moments from the game


Mild spoilers, kinda

Although the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild development videos are finished, Nintendo dropped a "Bonus Session" that basically involves the lead development team shooting the shit about their favorite moments. Interestingly enough most of them love Wolf Link even though he only makes a cameo appearance as a companion if you own the amiibo. They also hit on their top open world moments, as well as shrines, and favorite foods. 

They mostly avoid spoilers and refrain from details, but it's best enjoyed if you watch it after you play. Eiji Aonuma has always had a passion for the series as a director/producer since 2000, so you know he's loving the fact that Breath of the Wild is universally celebrated as opposed to some of the other polarizing entries in recent memory.

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