I’d like to preface this article by saying that I have never played the original Final Fantasy XII, or indeed any modern Final Fantasy game before.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is, as you probably know, the most recent installment in one of Nintendo’s cornerstone franchises.
If someone happens to drop their wallet, it’s common practice for someone to go through it in order to figure out who owned it. Most reasonable people will want to see it returned to its owner.
As a frugal dude, I like to maximize the amount of fun and game time I get out of any individual title. Pragmatism demands that I measure fun as the quotient of hours played over money spent.