The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
- Genre: a mix of action and adventure in an open world
- Play if: you have a Nintendo Switch - it's a must-play
- Don't play, because: you have little time to play
- Similar games: none – this Zeldais unique
- Developer: Nintendo
- Release date: May 12, 2023
Tears of the Kingdom was probably the most anticipated sequel in recent years, at least by Switch owners. Many gamers bought the big N console to play the first part, and the sequel was supposed to be at least as good. And you know what? It's even better than Breath of the Wild!
In the sequel we return to Hyrule again. The realm seems familiar, but a few things have changed. The islands suspended in the air and vast undergrounds appeared. To cope in the new conditions, Link received skills that weren't previously available. However, the gameplay remains very similar to that of the previous installment. The core hasn't changed, it has only been augmented with new elements. Without a doubt, the most important thing is the crafting system. And I'm not talking about new cooking recipes, but the option to build cool vehicles and other machines, including combat ones.
It's amazing how many elements can be combined together. Even more admirable is the fact that the constructions invented in your head work out in practice. They allow you to get somewhere faster or get to areas that were previously inaccessible. As of now, you can also attach any items to your sword, spear, shield, and other parts of your armament and thus give them new features or enhance the ones they already have.
- The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Review. Defying Gravity