Adrenaline, in my soul, stopping Ganon is the goal!
WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes had a hell of a weekend. The WWE Royal Rumble took place on Saturday and it was quite the spectacle, capped off by Cody Rhodes taking home the victory in the men’s Royal Rumble match. Now he’s on to challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at the grandest stage of them all, Wrestlemania.
You’d think with his intense training schedule and being on the road 52 weeks a year, Cody wouldn’t have time to do anything but prepare for his next match. Apparently that’s not the case, as Cody found some free time to squeeze in an entire playthrough of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. That’s not a surprised to dedicated wrestling fans though, as they know Rhodes has always been an absolutely massive Zelda fan.
In a new interview with Game Informer, Cody took some time out of his busy schedule to share his thoughts on Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. As you could have guessed, Cody had an absolute blast with it.
Yeah, I went right through it. So I feel like Breath of the Wild and Tears of Kingdom are one game because they’re so huge. Like, you don’t ever need to play another Zelda ever again if you’re playing Tears of the Kingdom. I mean, just with the Depths, hunting all the damn Lynels down, and the Lynels just get harder as I get older, which makes me feel like I’m out of touch with gaming itself. But I really liked the story. We wanted more story with Breath of the Wild, we got some of that story with Ganondorf. But they did the right thing in terms of [realizing] “they still want more. Still want more.” And I just think we’re in a kind of golden age of the games that I grew up loving. Metal Gear Solid and Zelda, you’re seeing remakes, you’re seeing remasters, potentially an animated or a live-action movie. To me, I can’t ask for a better thing because we gave all this energy as fans to it, and it can still continue on, you know?