Succumbing to Zelda Addiction

ZD writes: Why can Zelda be so addicting sometimes? Zelda addiction happens to many individuals that lay their pretty fingers on a Zelda title. The “holy lobsters this game is so awesome now I can’t put it down” syndrome that quite a few Zelda fans have experienced with the franchise is common but still a strange beast. How can a game franchise that usually doesn’t have online multiplayer, has few in-game rewards after conquering the main storylines for the first time and no extra modes to toy around with continually release installments that spellbind its players? There are always explanations for humankind’s most asked questions, and there certainly is one in this instance.

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TedCruzsTaint2283d ago

It's addicting because, as is true with many of the Nintendo staples, they have game design down to a science at this point.

DivineAssault 2283d ago

I agree.. Best devs in the industy BUT they need to add some diversity to the whole family friendly philosophy they have for ALL 1st party titles.. I only had ONE technical problem with a Nintendo game & that was skyward sword where my game froze as i battled the octopus thingy on the boat.. Other than that, all their games always sound, run, & play nice.. Probably due to their using of the same blueprints for the past 1 & 1/2 decades