I still can’t believe that Zelda: Breath of the Wild was released over three years ago. Insanity!
It feels like it’s always been here, because to many, it’s a source of evergreen enjoyment. Recently I’ve talked about how my wife decided to play through Breath of the Wild for the first time: which we’ve been doing on separate Switches next to each other. Naturally, I’m discovering tons of new things for the first time. That’s just what Breath of the Wild does. It’s built that way.
Now, we’re getting a prequel that’s going to be divisive for multiple reasons: it messes with the timeline and the narrative, and it’s a Warriors/Musou game, which creates an even further divide on its own. Going in with an open mind (to both story changes and Warriors shenanigans), I came away impressed.
Source: Destructoid Review: Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity