Errkal wrote:Possibly going to gets switch in the next month or two, will be getting this and starting it again. Going to pay attention this time to what everyone is saying in the game as I'm a bit lost on the U after doing 2 beats I'm just sort of aimlessly wandering with not real aim.
There's always an aim at the very core of the game, find the 4 divine beasts. Then it's all about the journey in who and what you find along the way. Wander, discover and don't force yourself to play in a particular way.
Which may explain my issue I have having to just discover I like ncp or 30 pointing me in the right direction. The "go discover" type stuff always annoys me as it just makes thing take longer and I get dpbored feeling aimless.
I did the tower in the dessert place so that seems like the next sensible place to go but yeah I liked the Zora domain and volcano thing of "dude go that way"
That's the thing, the game does guide you when you reach the areas with beasts.
You go into an area, go to small town, get sent to bigger town where you learn about the beastie and in that same town you get the quest (after doing the chain) to go get inside the beastie.
One of the last things I was doing when playing via Cemu was collecting the Phantom Armour. So when I got my hands on the paraglider playing it on the Switch, knowing where the pieces were hidden, with all my 4 hearts and Switch t-shirt I made that my first mission. Dodging Guardians and that bloody Lynel in the Coliseum Ruins was tough but I managed to avoid getting in to fights. Now I'm all Phantom'd up its time to concentrate on unlocking all the towers.
All divine beasts done. Last one was the fire one. Very enjoyable puzzles but the boss was very simple.
Aso found all towers and a new village too.
Going to do some side quests and see where that takes me.
It's such a huge world to explore. The big empty spaces make the exciting moments of discovery so much better. Every single part of the landscape feels purposely designed to entertain and pull the player in. I'm even getting used to the breakable weapons and have tons of good weapons to carry around now.
Easily the most enjoyable game world I've ever explored.