Lol, Jose Otero (IGN) gave this choppy 20fps shit a 10/10.
I really hope this game will blindside me like Resident Evil 7 did, but I'm still skeptical that this game will be good as other Zeldas, due to its design that makes you miss everything you don't find on your own, and no guidi NN g light telling you were to find the next important plot point.
Wait aren't you in favor of less hand holding and shit in games? Personally I didn't really have a problem with like Fi and Midna while others hated them. But I know I'm going to appreciate the freedom this time around.
I just finished replaying Metroid Prime last week (Which I haven't beaten since like... 2006? I played it again in 2014 but didn't finish.) and this was the first time I played it without the hint system, or expansion guides, or anything outside at all. I really appreciated the exploration freedom / progression / getting lost and everything fully maybe for the first time. In fact I think before I truly understood metroid I ranted on here like 8 years ago how overrated the exploration / isolation / backtracking was. I finished Zero Mission (with some internet help lol) a week before that and I'm just starting AM2R.
But exactly that whole no guide open exploration is what I'm most looking forward to. I mean, you never catch everything in a game anyway. But that's what I think is cool, you're just stumbling around this world and happen upon secrets. I haven't read any of the reviews yet because I'm avoiding as many spoilers as possible but I'd hope they'd be able to intelligently tell the story based on the encounters you do have, and not have some expected later cutscenes reference things earlier that you were supposed to be but didn't. IDK, but if it doesn't that would be kinda lame, I can't wait to get my hands on it.