Zelda: Breath of the Wild sees itself as a classic among the Nintendo Games. Even three years after the first publication, it is still very popular among fans – the replay value is considerable, not least because of the creativity of the fans. YouTuber PointCrow impressively demonstrates this – and defeats Ganon without taking a single step.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is probably one of the great Nintendo classics of recent years. For the first time, fans of the Zelda franchise can travel around the world of Hyrules in an open-world scenario and protect them from Ganon's return. Years after its first publication (March 3, 2017), Breath of the Wild is still very popular. One reason why the fire of passion still blazes is probably the creativity of the fans.
Exploring Hyrules – without the ability to walk
YouTuber PointCrow has a soft spot for specially created challenges, so that she can still enjoy Nintendo's RPG classics years after the release. For example, in the past few months he had played Breath of the Wild by playing only one single bow or his character never once turned to the left.
But now he has put the crown on his creativity, because: In PointCrow's current video, he plays the main story of the RPG and defeats Ganon without taking a single normal step. In plain text this means: Link swims, bounces forward and backward or slides through Hyrule – he uses all skills in the hero's repertoire. Except for the ability to run or walk normally.
And so did he play through the entire game?
However, the streamer didn't take a traditional route across the four titans before facing Ganon. Instead, he used a rather popular "B route" that led him straight to the "final boss". Nevertheless: Breath of the Wild without the ability to run or walk to play through requires a lot of creativity and the clever use of game mechanisms. Check out the video!
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