Breath of the Wild Wishlist for Updates or DLC

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the closest thing to a perfect game that the world has ever seen.

…hell with that. It IS perfect! Forged by the hand of Almighty God himself, Breath of the Wild sends gamers directly to Heaven as the world around us descends into Hell. But against all laws of logic and literal word definition, there are a few things that developers could do to make Breath of the Wild more perfect. 

Fishing Pole

NThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the closest thing to a perfect game that the world has ever seen.

…hell with that. It IS perfect! Forged by the hand of Almighty God himself, Breath of the Wild sends gamers directly to Heaven as the world around us descends into Hell. But against all laws of logic and literal word definition, there are a few things that developers could do to make Breath of the Wild more perfect. o point in putting this at the end of this list (which is short as hell anyway), you all know the fishing pole is the biggest thing.

Ever since Ocarina of Time, except in Skyward Sword for some reason, fishing has provided us a ridiculous distraction from trying to save Hyrul. With the odd omission of fishing in Skyward Sword, is it possible that Legend of Zelda creators have gotten tired of including that distraction in their games? Even if that is the case, fan feedback will certainly get a fishing pole added in sooner or later, especially with BotW’s focus on gathering food and materials. But for the love of God, the wait is killing us.

That Rolling Thing

Let Link get knocked down on the top of a hill, and he slides like a hockey puck on wet ice. I’ve seen him roll or slide distances I couldn’t match with a Frisbee, and meanwhile the monsters are all up there yelling “Dude, wtf is wrong with you?”

Weapon Durability

This might come down to a matter of personal taste. Of course, weapons shouldn’t be unbreakable or there would be very little incentive to collect more (which is really fun for this open sandbox sort of game.) But you should be able to kill more than three or four monsters with an iron sword before it snaps. Just a little tweaking for a little more durability would make the game a little more realistic. 

And that’s it. Three tweaks and you’ve got yourself a game totally immune from even the bitchiest of nitpicking. 

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