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Welcome back to Paradise Presses Play. This game was released 3 years ago, but it's critical praise and reception still resonant to this game. Many still enjoy it, and it's impact on the industry as a whole is still felt.

This week's selection is none other than Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild.

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Story: It's been 100 years, and Hyrule has, to say the very least, descended into chaos. Our hero Link wakes up after being put to sleep and wakes up with no memory of what has happened. A voice wakes him up, and from then on, it's up to the player and Link to figure out what happened, and save Hyrule from the evil that is Calamity Ganon.

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From the second you step out into the Kingdom of Hyrule, the world is your oyster. Whatever you wish to do, you can do. Yes there are certain things that will require certain types of armor, with some helping you get through cold or heat for example. But the freedom you are given is immediate. The whole map is there for you, just brimming with quests and weapons to find.

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However there's more than just quests to do. You can cook with various foods you find around the Kingdom. Sometimes it'll make something delicious, other times it'll make something you probably shouldn't eat. With 4 dungeons, it may seem like there's not a lot of content to work with, but with multiple NPCs roaming the land, you'll never know where you'll be going next.

Legend of Zelda: BOTW is available on the Nintendo Switch. Good luck, Hyrule needs you!

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