Sorry, Nintendo, Everyone’s Having A Hard Time Remembering It’s Tears Of The Kingdom, Not BOTW 2


Heck, far extra folks have found Kotaku’s protection of the sequel by looking Google for “BOTW” than something mentioning tears or kingdoms. Persons are going to be so gradual to activate this!

It additionally actually doesn’t assist that when my eyes learn “TOTK” the very first thing I consider is “TikTok,” and good lord I don’t want that time period being unwillingly stamped on my mind any extra usually than YouTube advertisements on my cellphone already do.


After all, that is distracting us from extra essential issues, like how we needs to be organizing worldwide protests to make sure Nintendo doesn’t bloody let weapons break after you faucet them towards a leaf this time round. Are you able to think about? Are you able to think about in the event that they didn’t hearken to your entire world inhabitants’s unanimous settlement that this was a horrible mechanic and the worst facet of BotW? Sure. After all you possibly can. It’s Nintendo. I assume they’ll make them break extra usually, however this time every break completely reduces your stamina wheel.

This additionally appears a very good time to declare my absolute conviction that BotW2 will likely be launched to overlap the top of the Change period and the launch of the Change: Professional of the XL-dom (as a result of they clearly gained’t name that a “Change 2” will they?). As everyone knows, one thing taking place twice beforehand is proof of a sample as everlasting as Hyperlink combating Ganon in each period, so simply as Twilight Princess overlapped the GameCube to the Wii, and BotW stood straddled with a leg in Wii U and Change, there’s little question in my thoughts this may occur once more. But in addition, when it doesn’t, nobody will keep in mind I predicted it with such certainty in an article about one thing else.


Within the meantime, let’s not idiot ourselves. It’s BotW2 in our hearts, and it all the time will likely be. I concern for these poor folks in Nintendo’s advertising division, crying their kingdom tears at our folly.



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