Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom's Armor Upgrade System Should Have Evened the Score.
Despite their beauty, several of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom's armor sets feel like lost potential.
With a multi-layered map, deeper story, and more personalization choices, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is better than its predecessor.
Tears of the Kingdom's customisation is great, however some costumes cannot be upgraded, which limits their use later in the game.
The game's emphasis on user-generated delight and huge assortment of clothing pieces allow players to customize their experience, but the armor upgrade system should have been improved to give every item a purpose.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom improved in many ways. A multi-layered terrain, a deeper plot, and more customisation with Zonai devices made its already nonlinear design feel even more free.
All of these factors make seeing Hyrule via a different lens more than justify the game's existence, as it builds on Breath of the Wild's framework and user-generated fun.
The customisation is great, however while exploring the Depths, roaming the plains below, or jumping between sky islands is rewarding, there is one issue that wasn't solved.
One of Tears of the Kingdom's few flaws is that some of Link's dozens of clothes can't be improved.
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