Earlier this year I finally had the funds and wherewithal to get Breath of the Wild and thus ending a long period of avoiding spoilers and discussions about the game. Now, a month or two down the line, I can't put off the fact that I am going to have to 'finish' the game in some way shape of form as I get to the point that almost all that's left on the to do list is deal with Calamity Ganon.
And it is here that I find myself at a bit of a challenging decision, what to I go to next? My putting off getting to the end of the game is obviously due to my enjoyment playing it, but also down to knowing the gaping void in my gaming life that will appear once I do.
So, before I even start my assault on Hyrule Castle, I am looking to see what I can fill the upcoming gap with. I came off playing AC: Origins to play this, and while I'll go back to it eventually I can't help but feel that there might just be a little too much overlap and overt "I like this more in Zelda..." that AC: Origins doesn't really deserve. Part of me thinks I should look at another LoZ game, but again, I think it might create too many comparisons in my head. Also, having tried to replay OoT recently(ish), it really isn't the game my memory seems to think it was and I have a feeling Majora's Mask will be the same. I've not played Wind Waker since release so that might be a good one, Twilight Princess I brought on release but have never gotten around to playing. But I'm not sure playin the Gamecube version and the muddy visuals won't be a bit of a come down. I've also got few Zelda-like games I've not got around to, Darksiders, Hob, Rime that also might be a good place to hop to.
Basically, I want more BotW, but there isn't any (yet). I will probably end up cleansing my palette with a couple of short things and either get back to Origins or set up the Gamecube and get on the high seas but I'm interested to hear what other peeps moved onto.
I realise not everyone is as into this game, but for those of you that got completely caught up in it, what did you follow it up with? Was it a good transition or one of those difficult to ween yourself the last thing moments?