@nitz if your friends love staying 75% of the time in town because you can only sell your items one by one instead of all at the same time, I guess you could call D3 a good couch coop game.
Seriously. I only played it with 2 friends and most of the time we simply were in town selling our shit. And the worst part was: blizzard stopped support on PS3 right before the most important patch came out, which added lots of monsters. We ran through the rifts and it was basically empty. Add the annoying structure, which made you run back and forth over and over again and anyone can tell why we stopped right after reaching max level.
These are my first thoughts on Zelda: I went on thefirst tower, accidentally moved to far, fell and died. I tried to swim through a lake, stamina dropped to 0, I drowned. I moved through a swamp and sank in (I died). I went through the forest, noticed some stones moving - OH SHIT a Boss! (You can imagine how it ended up.)
Anyway, I‘m in A town called Karakiro or something like that and died about 6 times. The puzzles (solved 7 shrines so far) seem to be rather easy. But that‘s probably because I‘m still in the Beginning. The last shrine actually gave me some teachings on how to fight, so it‘s something.
To sum it up: it‘s a bit like Median. You better not play it in hc if you have no idea what you‘re doing. I like it. Seems to have rather deep game mechanics, but I may be wrong about that. Gotta see how I end up
Edit: forgot to mention - There's such a love for every detail in this game. Just looking at Link's face when he's cooking something is definitely worth it. From the small details of his expression you can tell, that whole lot of love was put into this game. Another thing I loved was how Pa-Pa Paya reacted when I came closer and closer to her. She's like "Ewh get away from me!" cause she's scared AF of me. Just LoL.
So far the only thing I didn't like was the bad voice actress of Zelda in Germany. She's like a robot. I guess I'll soon switch over to English or if that sucks as well, Japanese.