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I've played enough of Breath of the Wild to say that all of the points that Jim Sterling brought up in his review were legitimate, but that he overstated how significant the game's weaknesses are and understated the strengths of its qualities, which in many ways makes him worse than people with a more obvious bias. Nothing he said was technically false--I can see having an issue with weapon durability or climbing in the rain--which makes it difficult to object to his review without denying that legitimate issues are indeed issues, which then allows him dismiss those who disagree with him, and allows those who agree with him to believe he's proven what he's said. It's utterly disingenuous.