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They are very different games, so they may not enjoy the flow of a musuo, but I imagine if they’re capable of playing BotW they could handle this game. BotW is a lot more difficult, imoBasically, is the easiest setting simple enough for two girls with limited gaming experience who just want to breeze through the story because they love the characters?
I haven't tried easy mode, but the only thing I can think of potentially being a problem is getting used to all the button combos, especially the Slate usage. But like Sprite said they played Breath of the Wild I can't imaging this being tougher.Question for folks, how easy is the game's easy setting?
Y'see, I got a couple of cousins, Age 9 and 11, who got a Switch way back when the 'rona started and got Breath of the Wild with it. This was their first video game system ever and thus their video gaming experience in general is low, but they really REALLY got into it and now have been looking forward to this game because it's a prequel, but I'm getting the sense that they think it will be another game in the vein of Breath of the Wild, and trying to explain its roots from the Dynasty Warriors franchise (which they've never heard of nor care about) is likely to be futile.
Basically, is the easiest setting simple enough for two girls with limited gaming experience who just want to breeze through the story because they love the characters?
For Zelda: It's just the combos that explode, specifically the objects that remain after using them (i.e. the bombs and ice blocks). The slate magic that you activate by holding R is not affected.I dunn got this for Squishmas!
I’ve unlocked four characters so far, and half of them are Weird! I’ve kind of got a grip on how Impa is supposed to work; Impa can tag enemies with her special, and when she beats them, she temporarily gets Extra Impas like Gradius Options, but I’m still kind of confused on Zelda; she can make her attacks explode instead of sticking around, but I’m not sure if that’s just for combos or Slate magic or what.
In comparison, Mipha is basically Ruto, except she can heal, too and Link is largely unchanged except he gets more jumping attacks.
Do I have that right?
To respond to BEAT, the real cowardice is that this franchise has existed for nearly 35 years and has, with very few exceptions, refused to use Zelda as anything more than a damsel in distress to rescue from Ganon. BotW had a bit better framing on this- instead of being outright kidnapped by Ganon, Zelda willingly went to Ganon to keep him at bay until Link could return, but ultimately it has the same core objective as most other Zelda games- rescue the princess. If AoC was a true prequel to BotW and stayed faithful to those events, it would just be playing into story concepts Nintendo should have rightly moved beyond decades ago. Am I really supposed to believe that there is bravery to continuing this trend? That it is cowardice to move away from antiquated tropes? Maybe a time-traveling robot that allows you to rewrite history is a contrived way to avoid the bad gender politics that have plagued the franchise for so long, but it's still an improvement in my opinion.
I'm wrapping up the 100% -- just grinding out the last korok seeds -- and I think my most-desired feature would be a way to automate buying items from the shops? Cuz I burned through a lot of eggs and rock salt (among others) for cooking, and every time I ran low I had to remember to grab more after every mission until I had a good stock again. At least let me jump from the cooking menu to the right shop if the ingredient I'm out of is available.
Second most-desired feature would be a way to get those spit-happy lizalfos to FUCK OFF I'M FIGHTING A LYNEL STOP SHOCKING ME FROM ACROSS THE ROOM.
Also, I agree it's weird that the only reason to capture keeps (assuming that's not the stated objective) is to get the extra chests that drop.
Oh absolutely, but there's a lot of challenges that don't provide enough fodder to charge up your special gauge (unless you're Impa maybe)In my experience watching Val, I find your special attack (A button) was best used to clear out rooms of trash as much as making the weak point appear on a mini boss/boss monster.
One thing that might help is marking the ingredient in question as a Sheikah Sensor target.I'm wrapping up the 100% -- just grinding out the last korok seeds -- and I think my most-desired feature would be a way to automate buying items from the shops? Cuz I burned through a lot of eggs and rock salt (among others) for cooking, and every time I ran low I had to remember to grab more after every mission until I had a good stock again. At least let me jump from the cooking menu to the right shop if the ingredient I'm out of is available.
True! And that was a great help when I needed an ingredient from one of the wandering traders. It didn't help anywhere near as much when I needed to stock up on Rock Salt and Cane Sugar, from the same two stores every time, only able to buy 7 of each at a time (oh, that's another way they could've alleviated it: increase stock counts, either outright or as quest rewards).One thing that might help is marking the ingredient in question as a Sheikah Sensor target.
This isn't entirely true -For Zelda: It's just the combos that explode, specifically the objects that remain after using them (i.e. the bombs and ice blocks). The slate magic that you activate by holding R is not affected.
They do. You're absolutely supposed to utilize her R-button moves more than other characters (if her short combo strings weren't already an indication).On the subject of Zelda, was it just my imagination or do her R-button slate moves recharge faster than other characters'?