One of the many reasons people gravitate toward video games is because of the escapism they provide. We are transported into a different environment and/or situation, fully immersing ourselves in a world that isn’t our own.
Some venture into a heart-pounding zombie survival game to feel the rush adrenaline, while others seek a more zen atmosphere in a farming simulator where accomplishments satisfy the reward system in the brain.
For those that know me, it’s no surprise that I’d choose the Zelda universe, more specifically, the land of Hyrule as seen in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Its map is not only extensive, but also contains numerous nods to previous titles in the franchise.
It’s been 100 years since Calamity Gannon had been sealed within Hyrule Castle by Princess Zelda. The world has struggled to rebuild itself after the wake of its destruction, and some wait…
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