- Hidemaro Fujibayashi, in an interview with Kotaku
What this gets at, of course, is the simple fact that this game is positively delightful. It is a sheer joy to play. It is complex, intricate, and rich in detail, while at the same time allowing the player to enjoy the simplest things: walking, cooking, nature-gazing. Thus far, about fifteen hours in, I can't think of a single major complaint. Perhaps the story is a bit loose, but that's probably an inevitable conclusion with such a large, open world.
The main question I have at this point is: how am I going to effectively and meaningfully cover this game? This game's version of Zora's Domain seems bigger than all previous incarnations of Zora's Domain put together. Plus, the screenshot feature isn't the best, which means coming by pictures might be difficult. But, in all, it has so far been an absolute pleasure.