Posted on November 13 2017 by Andy Spiteri
God Bless the people that make and develop our favorite video games, but they do try and suck you dry for every last penny you have. To anyone unfamiliar with what a Game of the Year Edition of a video game is, it’s essentially a re-release of the game with any additional DLC packaged with it. Often, if I know a game is going to have several batches of DLC, I’ll try and wait it out instead if buying the game and a Season Pass, because every penny matters.
Nintendo is somewhat new to the whole DLC train, as they didn’t really start doing it until the Wii U era, so they haven’t had a GotY Edition of any their titles. At least, not yet. Looking at their lineup, it seems to make sense that if they were to start this trend, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild would be a good place to start.
Do you guys think that’s a possibility? To see a version of Breath of the Wild come out in a few the packaged with the Master Trials and The Champions’ Ballad? Or do you hope Nintendo stays away from that kind of stuff? Let us know in the comments below!