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Before Hyrule Warriors came out last Friday, I was talking to a friend about how I felt towards the series in general. I'm not going to lie, I never really found the Warriors series to be that fun. I totally enjoyed it and adored it in its own special way, but I never really had fun playing it. I remember during the last couple of weeks of summer when I was trying to hurry through my backlog, I started playing Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate on the Wii U, and not one time during any of my playsessions did I actually have fun with the game.
Instead, I just entered a kind of trance. I was incredibly relaxed. It was a wonderful way to unwind, certainly, and it killed time like nobody's business. But again, I never really felt like I was having any fun.
I had this same sort of feeling whenever I was playing Final Fantasy Theatrhythm—it wasn't too much fun for me in any sense, but every time I looked up, a good chunk of time had passed. And I felt so much better for having played that game, almost like it was refreshing to let my mind unwind and stretch its legs while I took random commands from a bunch of lines and circles.
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