I didn't want to be personal but it really is "the problem lies with you". I've met a few other people who are similar to you in the respect that almost everything in life seems to be a disappointment to them. Oozing Pessimism. Like it's cool to hate a widly accepted thing and cool to like a universally unaccepted game. Are you the one fan of E.T. on Atari? I'm just curious, could you provide a top 20 list of games you think are just amazing? I need to know what the Anton Ego of video games approves of.
Different strokes for different folks, but I see you comment on things like the whole world is wrong and your opinion is the final judgement, when really I am not sure your opinion is great advice at all. I'm serious on the top 20 thing, I would really like to know if we agree on anything. Lets start with favorite FF game?
The Hulk said:
You'd have more of a valid point if the very post you quoted didn't contain me praising not just any game, but one that is near universally acclaimed.
Now wait right there while I construct a buzzfeed list for your specific approval.
The Hulk said:
I thought we were all adults who could distinguish opinions from factual statements without it having to be explicitly emphasized every single time. Guess not.
That being said lets talk about the faults. These puzzles are WAY too easy. I've finished about 30 shrines, does anyone know if they get harder? I thought TP was a bit easy but this game just takes the cake. I haven't even had to think out a puzzle, I just do them as I go without haivng to stop and think. I mean I feel like they adequately increased the difficulty of the combat so combat has some real meaning, but I'm into Zelda games for the puzzles more so than anything. I just hope they get better, as there are still a zilllion shrines to go.
Also why is there no music played in the overworld? It's just quiet. I'm not a fan of that. How epic would it be to hear zelda music in this overworld? I'm really sad at this trend of open world games just having silence, *sigh*.