Nintendo Threw A Banger For The AGES After Wrapping Up Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

You might’ve heard this around the way, but Wicked Good Gaming is officially attending PAX East as members of the media. One of the best parts about that, of course, is the afterparties. And if you need a glimpse on just how wild these gaming industries wrap parties can get, look no further than the absolute RIPPER Nintendo threw after wrapping up five years of development on Zelda: Breath of the Wild:

LORD JESUS THERE’S A FIRE! The afterparty was at Nintendo’s Kyoto headquarters last Friday, and was posted by Yasuyuki Honne of Monolith Soft who has worked on recent Zelda games in including Breath of the Wild. This party looks absolutely electric. From the massive chandeliers on full-blast blinding mode, to the treasure chest on stage, to the… Wait… Is that…

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A Link cap! My god! And Shigeru Miyamoto right up in the mix mingling like an animal! I can’t really blame Nintendo for not having Wicked Good Gaming at this wrap party since we’re pretty new at this ‘media’ thing, but I’ll be damned if we don’t make the next one. I’ll wear my finest suit and Stone Cold two Sapporo tallboys off my face as soon as I walk in. No big deal, just the Wicked Good Gaming difference

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Papa Dom

Co-Founder at Wicked Good Gaming
Dom Mahoney is Wicked Good Gaming's resident graphic designer, degenerate journalist, and co-host/super producer of Not Another Gaming Podcast. When not talking about games on the internet, you can find him yelling about New England sports, exploring breweries, and perfecting his chicken wing recipes.

Papa Dom

Dom Mahoney is Wicked Good Gaming's resident graphic designer, degenerate journalist, and co-host/super producer of Not Another Gaming Podcast. When not talking about games on the internet, you can find him yelling about New England sports, exploring breweries, and perfecting his chicken wing recipes.

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