E3 Has Begun…And Zelda is Amazing!

Nintendo kicked off their E3 show today, and they opened with a moment of silence directed by Reggie Fils-Aime, the President of Nintendo of America, in observation of the tragic events in Orlando within the last few days. As that was concluded, Reggie went on to tell us that Nintendo’s approach to E3 this year was to be different, as always, however, the information that would be shared was going to be phenomenal!

The opening trailer showed so many never-before-seen elements, visuals, and game mechanics, it could literally bring tears to the eyes of fans who have been waiting in anticipation for the game to launch since it was confirmed to be in development a few years ago.

Following the initial trailer for the game, Nintendo invited two of the developers of the new Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon games onto the stage to share some game play and insights on the game. Pokémon Sun and Moon launches later this Fall on November 18, 2016.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a very unique art style that is inspired by Japanese animation and painting styles.

As the Treehouse Live event continues throughout today and tomorrow, I will continue to share more and more details followed by a full analysis after E3 has concluded.

Know this though, Nintendo inadvertently showed the demo version of the game that will be available for attendees to play. It was said early on that no one would be able to explore completely the area that the demo covered, and when that was shown during the first minutes of the presentation, it was basically confirmed.

Are you looking forward to finally getting your hands on this game, yet? Are you able to participate in any of the events on-site or elsewhere that are being hosted by Nintendo? What is the most exciting thing that you have seen/experienced with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, so far?

As always, gaming is meant to be fun, so keep gaming!!

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