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breaks boundaries for the franchise and for games as a whole

Yeah, because, you know, you couldn't do ANY of that before in a game made by Rockstar some years ago. . .

Where you go, how you get there, the order in which you do it, and the items, weapons and approaches used to solve puzzles and defeat enemies are all up to you.


Food helps Link sustain his hearts and can give him a temporary boost or ability that will sustain him.

Yeah, I'm sure food Equals health has NEVER been done before in any other game, either. . .

many of the minor enemies are no longer scattered randomly around the world, as many now live together in colonies.

Translation: We had to save resources, so we just clumped a few here and there to make it appear like a whole mess of baddies.

Link can climb towers and massive structures to get a bearing on his surroundings.

Yeah, cause in no other game can you climb/cling to buildings and stuff.

More than 100 Shrines of Trials dot the landscape, waiting for players to discover and explore them in any order they want.

Not sure if dungeon ditch, or huge step back therefrom.

a “Guardian” that is the first amiibo with flexible parts.

Too bad most?some won't ever open the box to try that out.

is clearly the star of Nintendo’s presence at E3

Well that's obvious, since its your ONLY star, and a dwarfed one at that. . .
I mean seriously, this guy just write this stuff on his plane ride over to E3?

Anyone who wants to keep tabs on Nintendo’s activities at E3 from afar can keep an eye on Nintendo Treehouse

Or, you know, just get it here as it comes with break downs of the source and not all obfuscated by scripted/rehearsed speeches.

make it much more fast-paced and portable-friendly – players no longer have to wait for their turn, as everyone moves at once. Mario Party Star Rush launches Nov. 4.

At first I was like, really? They actually dumped the rail Mechanic to make this game actually playable/enjoyable again? But then he read the rail mechanic as some new feature. This guy must be more oblivious than Randy. (If not dumped rail, something possibly worse than that. Ugh -_-.)

And now, the only redeemable piece of news, that is a day late and possibly a dollar short.

Also on Nov. 4, Nintendo will launch new amiibo in the Super Mario series. The collection will feature the debut of amiibo figures for Daisy, Waluigi and Boo – and the Boo amiibo figure glows in the dark! The collection also introduces new poses for Wario, Rosalina, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.

No Spike Amiibo?

This is the first were hearing of ANY new Amiibo since the set two of the Splatoon Amiibo were announced.

Monster Hunter?
From what I understand, it's practically the same thing, only with Zelda.
So far, nothing about this game seems groundbreaking or new(Aside from Maybe the environmental mechanic, and even then not really cause those elements also existed in OoT).

P.S.: When do the GS preorders go up for those(Mario set two, not sure about Zelda line)?
Gonna need a fridge box or something to keep all mine in now -_-.