While we all wait for new info on Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, Nintendo has opened up a special Japanese tribute site for the original Breath of the Wild. The site is meant to gather messages from Breath of the Wild fans in order to share their experiences with the game.
As of right now, the site has 17 pages full of messages from Japanese players. One of those messages comes from a 67-year-old grandmother, which you can read below.
“I decided to travel to Hyrule Kingdom at 67 years old. At first, I struggled to climb off the tower after Link wakes up and activates it. My hands were sweating, hearing my grandchildren complaining, and I finally managed to do it after multiple tries. I was alone and grinning when I managed to defeat a Guardian for the first time. I’m still proud I ultimately managed to discover and clear all 120 Shrines before my grandchildren did. My journey ended with my grandchildren praising me: “grandma you’re so awesome!!”. Did the desolate Hyrule Kingdom managed to revive into a beautiful country? I would love to see it again with my grandchildren.”
If you want to snoop around the site for yourself, you can have a look at it here.