Stay on target These Games Seem Suspiciously Similar to ‘Breath of the Wild’Fan-Made ‘Zelda’ Tabletop Game Returns You to the Wild The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the latest entry in the long-running Legend of Zelda series, and you’re probably already clamoring for it. Or you could live under a rock. In that case, it’s likely this might be the first time you’ve seen it, let alone heard of it. In that case, you definitely should continue reading.There were actually two different trailers shown off during last night’s Game Awards show, in fact. One offered a brief look at the game’s overworld, a new canine companion, and other monsters players would see along the course of the game. The other was much meatier, with a new character named Kass, who hands out quests and happens to have a bird’s head, thank you very much.Elsewhere in the video, the Zonai Ruins were shown off, with a group of lizard creatures that seemed to wield electricity as if it were some sort of benign plaything. Demonstrated in the gameplay video were stealthy gameplay strategies and straight-shooting combat where the lizard creatures were meant to be taken out lickety-split. Of course, the stealthier path went the furthest — that’s totally not how I plan on playing it, by the way.Later in the demo Link takes on an enormous Moblin, which shows off some impressive AI, at least considering that seen in the Zelda universe, and the camera pans to a reward that can be seen in the distance. More importantly, perhaps, the Nintendo Switch logo is seen in the trailer.If you’re looking forward to getting your hands on the new Zelda title, however, you’ll likely be waiting a bit after March’s intended Nintendo Switch launch. But it looks like there’s certainly a lot to root for in the coming months. Check out the action below!