It goes without saying at this point that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an achievement, both for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U. Critics and fans have been fawning over it, which makes Nintendo and producer Eiji Aonuma very happy. Aonuma released a short video thanking fans for their patience in waiting three years for the game.
"Since we took a long time, we made sure to put a lot of elements in there for you to enjoy," he said. It is the largest world ever created for a Zelda game.
You know Aonuma is thrilled to get the game out the door. He has been teasing Zelda fans for three years, and you could see his excitement when he finally unboxed the game for the first time. The game challenged a lot of Zelda conventions and is definitely better off for it. And apparently Aonuma and Nintendo aren't done with Breath of the Wild, as DLC is also planned for the game.
Jason loved The Legend of Xelda: Breath of the Wild, despite a few places with frame-rate issues. "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a game that is meant to be loved and savored for years to come, and I'm sure it will be looked back on with as much fanfare and admiration as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Nintendo's other hallmark titles."