Real Escape Game, created by SCRAP Entertainment, is a unique and interactive live puzzle event where teams solve mysteries and clues within a time limit.
You and your fellow players are heroes actually inside the story who must escape from a scenario filled with challenging puzzles and other brainteasers.
There will be multiple teams during each game, all trying to escape. Players are encouraged to communicate frequently and divide tasks efficiently in order to solve all the puzzles before time runs out.
If you are a person who likes answering riddles, solving complex puzzles, or are just looking for a good mental challenge, this event is for you!
This is NOT a maze or traditional escape room! It is a fully hosted, story-based escape event designed for puzzle fans and fans of the Zelda franchise.
This Zelda event looks to be scheduled for various dates in 2017 in a few select US cities. After tickets are purchased, teams are assembled at the venue, and the fun begins!
Is it just me or is the series feeling kind of cluttered? Almost disposable? To me Zelda games used to be grand adventures that would come out once (or twice) a generation. Now original games are buried among remakes and spin-offs. But this something like the fourth Zelda game (I think) that I am passing on in a row. Breath of the Wild looks good but I can't help but feel that games like this cheapen the series as a whole.
EDIT: I see that it's more of an event then a game so I guess my post doesn't apply to this particular topic. I still think the series as a whole could do with some reigning in.
Saying Zelda is being oversaturated because of HD remakes is like saying Star Wars is being oversaturated because of BluRay re-releases. Ignore them and enjoy Episode VII/Breath of the Wilds!
...however, saying Zelda is being oversaturated because of spin-offs is like saying Star Wars is being oversaturated because of... spin-offs. I agree, it's lame, and we better not get to the point where we get another Hyrule Warriors every year. (Tri Force Heroes wasn't a spin-off but was still strangely underwhelming. Hopefully that was a one-off thing too.)