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Eel

6 dollars sounds normal for a regular pizza. I think.

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gcunit

@wafflesngravy How frequently do you want to take turns? There's an in-game clock and a full day-night cycle. You could play an in-game day each, or swap every 12 hours, for example, or just every 10 IRL minutes. Doing it any other way could foreseeably result in fairly uneven turn-taking.

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Dezzy

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For the first half of the game, you stumble upon a new shrine every 10 minutes or so while you're exploring the world. So you could easily take turns exploring and then doing a shrine, before swapping over.

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3dg3d3m0n

This is bugging me! I have the ancient saddle and bridle, but how do I equip them to my horse? When I select them from my inventory nothing happens?
Im prepared for the forehead slapping moment once I find out how as Im betting it is something blindingly simple...

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@3dg3d3m0n A few stables have someone tending the horses that can change your bridle and saddle. I wanna say Outskirts Stable is one (near the horse fairy fountain), but I don’t remember the others.
Just be aware that “special horses” can’t be changed. (Epona, Gerudo Giant, Stalhorse, Lord of the Mountain)

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erv

Pineapple on pizza is a good thing. Just saying.

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gcunit

I went for dinner with some relatives yesterday. One of my nieces had a pizza where the only topping, besides the tomato and cheese base, was pineapple. Looked beautiful.

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HobbitGamer

There’s a reason the pineapple facsimile in BotW is a Hearty Durian.
Y u no like extra hearts, Octane!? 😂

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@gcunit Isn't it just delicious? This is now my preferred play method.

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@toiletduck Without a strap, I would suggest the most comfortable way to play is sat at a desk, putting both elbows down on the desk to support the weight of your head and goggles. But have a clear desk (unlike mine) cos when you want to turn to look around mess be happenin.

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gcunit

I've always loved the swimming in BotW, but with the VR goggles it's even better.

The VR gives a real injection to this game for me. The reduced clarity makes distant areas more intriguing, and I just rant to swim in every waterbody in the game again to now get a better appreciation of the variation in depth etc. below the surface of the water and watch the fish.

I've always wanted a follow up game to introduce underwater exploration, but with the VR goggles I need it even more.

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TowaHerschel7

I got the game on Wii U again since I had to return my press copies to Nintendo a good long while ago, but while playing a new playthrough, I tried to tackle a difficult shrine about 25 shrines in and had to retreat because my gear was too weak at the time and now I can't remember which shrine it was. Please tell me there's a way to tell if a shrine still has its Spirit Orb without having to enter every single one I've already done...

Unfortunately a shrine turns blue the second you enter it so visually there's no way to tell it apart from the one's that I actually beat and obtained their Spirit Orbs...

Edit: Whoops mega-typo corrected lol. xD

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DarthNocturnal

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They only turn partly blue. The top will still be orange if you haven't completed it. And I believe something similar happens to it's icon on the map (blue/ orange mix).

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LzWinky

You can teleport to it once you activate it. On your map, it will remain orange until you complete it, when it will turn blue instead.

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