This year, Nintendo’s E3 was all about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Their E3 Treehouse stream focused on the game exclusively for the first day and gave it a few segments on the second, while their entire booth was dressed up to give attendees a feel for the massive new world Link will be exploring. With statues of the new Hyrule’s creatures to walls painted to offer a vast view of that same world, it was quite the experience for any Zelda fan to have—and, fortunately for those of us who weren’t able to be there in person, video footage has been uploaded by some of the attendees to give us a tour of the impressive and immersive setup.

Check it out in the video above!

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Ethan Lennaman
What's up Gamnesia readers, Name's Ethan. I like to make things up. It's my trade, my passion, and my lifeblood. I'm open to talk about any and all topics of discussion, should any of you care to engage me. Everything is fair game. Except the How I Met Your Mother finale. I'll talk about the Middle East, but I won't talk about that. And with that, I'll leave you with a quote from my favorite television series, Californication -- Rome is burning, he said, as he poured himself another drink. Yet, here I am knee deep in a river of p*****. Here it comes, she thought. Another self indulgent, whiskey soaked, diatribe about how f****** great everything was in the past. And how all us poor souls born too late to see the Stones at - wherever, or snort the good coke that they had at Studio 54 - well, we all just missed out on practically everything worth living for. And the worst part was, she agreed with him. Here we are, she thought, at the edge of the world - the very edge of western civilization and all of us are so desperate to feel something... anything... that we keep falling into each other and f****** our way toward the end of days. Cheers, fellow gamers. Long live Nintendo.

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