2021 is the year I fell in love with Yuanshen and also the year I lost my influence

Genshin Impact is not the game I imagined. I wrote it just to imitate The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s crappy, money-powered attempt. Whenever it appears in a conversation, I inadvertently call it “Weeb’s breath.” But under the mottled appearance of Hailar is a very interesting role-playing game, with fascinating characters and a combat system that is easily comparable to Nintendo games.

Although I did a quick test of it when it was released in 2020, it wasn’t until the July 2.0 update landed that I was completely immersed in the world of Teyvat, taking my annoying fairy partner/emergency food supply across the main country, Paim. Genshin’s early games did a great job, and it made me forget that my time was playing gashapon games for free instead of paid role-playing games.