The End

Double Jump Kris MiiWe’re still playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! Yes, we still haven’t beaten the main story. Don’t make fun.

Honestly, we’ve been running around Hyrule like headless chickens, still in awe of the open world and the people and creatures we encounter. So much so that we’re a little anxious about finishing the story…

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The final test…

Ever have those games where you’re so invested in the story that you cannot wait to get to the ending, to see how it all unfolds before the credits roll? Then there are games where there’s too much to do, too much to see, too many side quests and secrets that you’re all too happy to complete because the world is just that amazing?

Then there are games that are a bundle of both, like Breath of the Wild. Rachel and I have clocked about 140 hours into the game and we feel like there’s still so much to do. We’ve recently found and completed all 120 shrines, maxed out our stamina wheels and gotten as many hearts as we can. At the moment, we’re ready to go barging into Hyrule Castle to confront and defeat Calamity Ganon…

But there’s still so much else we can do in the world. There’s more clothes and accessories to collect, more side quests to do, upgrades to be done… I feel as if we’re just stalling on the last part of the story. I want to complete the story, to see how it ends and to finally save Hyrule, but the idea of doing so seems bittersweet. The world is so gorgeous that there must be secrets that we’ve yet to uncover.

Then again, we do have a bit of DLC tucked away for the next journey through Hyrule…

Do you have games like that — ones that you simultaneous do and do not want to end? What are they?

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