11 Things That Would Make 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild' Even Better
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'Breath of the Wild' is about as perfect as a video game can get, but that's not to say we wouldn't change anything about it Nintendo

It's about as perfect as a video game can get, but that's not to say we wouldn't change anything about it

It's about as perfect as a video game can get, but that's not to say we wouldn't change anything about it

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a game that you can easily play for 100 hours and still have plenty to see. The new post-apocalypse Hyrule it presents is sprawling to the point of feeling endless, yet unbelievably dense with secrets, challenges and stories. It treats long-held Zelda conventions more like suggestions to be followed or ignored on a whim, yet it feels truest to the series' spirit since, well, the original Legend of Zelda. You can complete it all within an hour, or over 150 hours in any order you want, or not at all, choosing instead to simply chase horses through rolling plains or spend dozens of hours upgrading armor.

Yet isn't there something missing? At some point during your blissful adventuring, haven't you stopped dead on a mountaintop or on an island in a bay and wondered what this or that feature would look like within Breath's bountiful world? And when it's all over – when you've completed every side quest, solved every shrine, and (gulp) found all 900 Korok seeds – won't you wish there was just a little bit more? Of course you will. 

Well, there's DLC coming – but in the meantime, here are 11 things we wish The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild had right now.