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‘Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ Best Game Console: Nintendo NX No Good For Gameplay, Wii U Better? Game Character Link Is Now Collectible Toy

By Lizzie Mefford , Sep 26, 2016 04:20 AM EDT
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"Legend Of Zelda: Breath of The Wild" is among the featured games of Nintendo NX launch. However, reports suggest that it is unlikely to be the best platform to play the game on, compared to the current-gen version Wii U due to several reasons.

Playing "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" NX is expected to be more expensive compared to Wii U. Although there is no determined cost yet, reports indicate that the amount may start from $250 up to $500, given that it is a new console. Also, Nintendo has announced that the two versions will definitely be the same, which means paying more for the game and an NX appear to be too  much for the players.

Besides being less stable in terms of the software, the hardware of new NX is also likely to encounter issues. Based on reports, new devices usually experience some issues following release, and it is also likely to come with a few manufacturing issues. The upcoming game is also believed to become a huge hit for NX and Wii U, however, there are reports that suggest some pitfalls Nintendo must take note of.

Moreover, some game experts believe that it is best to wait before investing in NX. Given the fact that GameCube has reported to have struggled in terms of sales despite the cost of Wii U. "Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" is set to release on NX and Wii U in 2017, iDigital Times reported.

Meanwhile, "Legend of Zelda" fans were happy to find collectible toys made out of the game's character Link back in August. While there was no announcement regarding the release date at that time, Gamescom reportedly brought more buzz on the upcoming game, which had no launch date as well, Game & Guide reported.

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