I kind of wish I could play BotW, but unfortunately I'm not a soyboy.
It emulates very well, setting it up takes a while because it needs a hodge-podge of other programs to hook into the emulator, it's not hard to do but there's a few gotcha moments setting it up. Gyroscopic puzzles are a pain in the ass as well but that can be solved by either using a steam controller or a smartphone to get the gyro readings.
It very much is, I bought it for the artbook edition through which somehow was being sold for the base $60 for awhile on amazon so they never charged me extra.Also that LA remake looks like a 3DS game ported on the switch with a 60$ price tag.
This is triggering my autism because this is not true.
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild = In many ways, this is the true sequel to the original game. It puts you right in the middle of the world with nothing and you have to go figure it out and shape your own adventure. The world here is a blast to explore with new surprises around every turn. I also LOVED that weapons wear down and break, which adds to the strategizing and importance of collecting and discovering. This is the only Zelda game I've played where I didn't get every single item or special feature because there is just so much to explore and discover that I never got around to it (Is it true that there are 900 Koroks? Jeez). My only complaint is that the main dungeons are a little dry and uninteresting. The shrines are quick little delights, and Hyrule Castle this time around is awesome, but something was really lacking in the 4 main dungeons.