The dialogue is not overt but hints at flirtation at times, and along with some awkward 'swooning' noises, may be inappropriate for younger players. On a final Added note to parents, there are fountain fairies that are oversexulized in the game which may cause some concern. In Breath of the Wild, Gannon is depicted as a monster in earlier games he was a Gerudo man but that's another discussion. Parents say 40 Kids say Adult Written by thesilencedcrusader January 29,
Adalyn. Age: 32.
Consumerism - In this game you do collect a lot of items, but the majority of them are earned or found rather than simply purchased.
Olive. Age: 21.
Parent reviews for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
There is mild violence but no blood and gore. Swearing - No foul language at all Sex - There are a few things to mention here. We got the switch for Christmas and my mother got my son Zelda, Breath of the Wild. This helps kids understand cause an effect and trial and error. There is no pity for this character in Breath of the Wild, only a driving need to defeat evil and rebuild the world it destroyed. In an otherwise family conscious action title, it's awkward and out of place in an otherwise tame themed game. The main story of all the Zelda games is in fact that Link needs to save Zelda from Gannon.