Nintendo Japan has shared nearly 40 minutes of gameplay from Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, including one of the first bosses you can take on.

The man behind the controller is Masaru Hamaguchi, Japanese comedian. It’s probably a lot funnier to Japanese speakers, as we have no English subtitles at this time.

The video follows Masaru’s attempts to explore the world of Breath of the Wild, showing off the cooking system, clothing, snowboarding, pants collecting, tree chopping, and some good old hunting.

The boss fight starts at around 33 minutes in and goes just as well as one would expect from a man that somehow managed to drown Link about 5 inches from the shore, earlier in the video. The boss looks to be a giant rock monster, and it one-shots him several times before he decides to aim at a spot on top of it with an explosive arrow, which goes well until he runs out.

The boss looks simple enough, if you think ahead and bring plenty of explosives. Masaru makes several attempts before calling Legend of Zelda manager, Eiji Aonuma for assistance. Hopefully players won’t need help from the man who designed the encounter when the game comes to the public.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will release on Wii U and Nintendo Switch in 2017.

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