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As opposed to the traditional dungeons from previous Zelda titles, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has much shorter shrines as well as the Divine Beasts. In a recent interview with Nintendo Power , host Chris Slate asked game director Hidemaro Fujibayashi and series producer Eiji Aonuma:

Slate:  Now, closing out this theme of things that changed in Breath of the Wild compared to previous Zelda games, I’d like to ask how you arrived at the combination of Shrines and Divine Beasts. Obviously in past Zelda games, players might be more familiar with what you would consider more traditional dungeons or labyrinth-type areas in the games. You still get a lot of the same puzzle elements in Shrines and Divine Beasts, but it was quite a different approach, and I wondered how that came about.

But what do you guys think? Were the shrines and Divine Beasts a nice change of pace or did you prefer the tradition dungeons of previous Zelda titles? Let us know in the comments below!

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As opposed to the traditional dungeons from previous Zelda titles, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has much shorter shrines as well as the Divine Beasts. In a recent interview with Nintendo Power , host Chris Slate asked game director Hidemaro Fujibayashi and series producer Eiji Aonuma:

Slate:  Now, closing out this theme of things that changed in Breath of the Wild compared to previous Zelda games, I’d like to ask how you arrived at the combination of Shrines and Divine Beasts. Obviously in past Zelda games, players might be more familiar with what you would consider more traditional dungeons or labyrinth-type areas in the games. You still get a lot of the same puzzle elements in Shrines and Divine Beasts, but it was quite a different approach, and I wondered how that came about.

But what do you guys think? Were the shrines and Divine Beasts a nice change of pace or did you prefer the tradition dungeons of previous Zelda titles? Let us know in the comments below!

Deng Wu let Little Dragon stay in control as they rushed up the Stairs of Hope, all of them running to once more see the rays of the sun; to see the endless skies and the heavens above.

Although they all missed the endless sky and despite Xu Piao wishing to see what it was like, none of the members of the group were feeling particularly thrilled or happy at the moment.

Xie Lan died as she jumped in front of Xu Piao, saving his life at the last moment. All of them left behind Hui Yue within the dark caves, and none of them knew how he would manage to escape, but none of them truly felt that their friend would die.

Warning : It should be pretty obvious by now, but there are spoilers in the article. Turn back now if you want to avoid them.

Like anything else in Breath of the Wild , you can tackle the divine beasts at your leisure, visiting them in any order you want at any time you want. If you want to finish all 120 shrines and get the Master Sword before cleansing a single divine beast, nobody is stopping you. You can even hightail it to Hyrule Castle and defeat Ganon without doing any of that, though you'll be missing out on plenty of fun stuff and cool powers.

The divine beasts are this game's equivalent of dungeons from past Zelda  games. They're four humungous mechanical animals in which you'll run around inside to solve puzzles, defeating a boss at the end of each one. You'll also get a special, very valuable power for finishing each of them. 

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As opposed to the traditional dungeons from previous Zelda titles, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has much shorter shrines as well as the Divine Beasts. In a recent interview with Nintendo Power , host Chris Slate asked game director Hidemaro Fujibayashi and series producer Eiji Aonuma:

Slate:  Now, closing out this theme of things that changed in Breath of the Wild compared to previous Zelda games, I’d like to ask how you arrived at the combination of Shrines and Divine Beasts. Obviously in past Zelda games, players might be more familiar with what you would consider more traditional dungeons or labyrinth-type areas in the games. You still get a lot of the same puzzle elements in Shrines and Divine Beasts, but it was quite a different approach, and I wondered how that came about.

But what do you guys think? Were the shrines and Divine Beasts a nice change of pace or did you prefer the tradition dungeons of previous Zelda titles? Let us know in the comments below!

Deng Wu let Little Dragon stay in control as they rushed up the Stairs of Hope, all of them running to once more see the rays of the sun; to see the endless skies and the heavens above.

Although they all missed the endless sky and despite Xu Piao wishing to see what it was like, none of the members of the group were feeling particularly thrilled or happy at the moment.

Xie Lan died as she jumped in front of Xu Piao, saving his life at the last moment. All of them left behind Hui Yue within the dark caves, and none of them knew how he would manage to escape, but none of them truly felt that their friend would die.

Warning : It should be pretty obvious by now, but there are spoilers in the article. Turn back now if you want to avoid them.

Like anything else in Breath of the Wild , you can tackle the divine beasts at your leisure, visiting them in any order you want at any time you want. If you want to finish all 120 shrines and get the Master Sword before cleansing a single divine beast, nobody is stopping you. You can even hightail it to Hyrule Castle and defeat Ganon without doing any of that, though you'll be missing out on plenty of fun stuff and cool powers.

The divine beasts are this game's equivalent of dungeons from past Zelda  games. They're four humungous mechanical animals in which you'll run around inside to solve puzzles, defeating a boss at the end of each one. You'll also get a special, very valuable power for finishing each of them. 

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As opposed to the traditional dungeons from previous Zelda titles, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has much shorter shrines as well as the Divine Beasts. In a recent interview with Nintendo Power , host Chris Slate asked game director Hidemaro Fujibayashi and series producer Eiji Aonuma:

Slate:  Now, closing out this theme of things that changed in Breath of the Wild compared to previous Zelda games, I’d like to ask how you arrived at the combination of Shrines and Divine Beasts. Obviously in past Zelda games, players might be more familiar with what you would consider more traditional dungeons or labyrinth-type areas in the games. You still get a lot of the same puzzle elements in Shrines and Divine Beasts, but it was quite a different approach, and I wondered how that came about.

But what do you guys think? Were the shrines and Divine Beasts a nice change of pace or did you prefer the tradition dungeons of previous Zelda titles? Let us know in the comments below!

Deng Wu let Little Dragon stay in control as they rushed up the Stairs of Hope, all of them running to once more see the rays of the sun; to see the endless skies and the heavens above.

Although they all missed the endless sky and despite Xu Piao wishing to see what it was like, none of the members of the group were feeling particularly thrilled or happy at the moment.

Xie Lan died as she jumped in front of Xu Piao, saving his life at the last moment. All of them left behind Hui Yue within the dark caves, and none of them knew how he would manage to escape, but none of them truly felt that their friend would die.


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