This is it! From Turtle Rock to the egg, we close out our Link’s Awakening adventure! Before we close the door on Koholint Island, we talk about Luigi’s Mansion 3, our Christmas wish lists, and end the stream with a round of anime video game show and tell!
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From getting a key ocarina song, to completing Eagle Tower, to entering Turtle Rock, we got a lot done during this Link’s Awakening stream! Along the way, we talk about games we’d take with us to a desert island, the evolution of libraries, do some Wii show and tell, and learn the story of how a new friend found my channel in the a rather unique way!
I get tripped up pretty bad through the Face Shrine, but we manage to make it through eventually! All the while, we talk about the upcoming EGLX game convention, share some of our favourite content creators, and do a little bit of Halloween-themed board game show and tell!
Where’d the start of the dungeon go? After rage quitting the stream, I come back and finish off the next two dungeons in our Link’s Awakening adventure! Along the way, we talk about Heavy Rain and the rise of modern adventure games, Overwatch on Switch, the developers of the Mario and Luigi series going bankrupt, and more!
After the Bottle Grotto, Link gears up with the Pegasus Boots, an Ocarina, and the Angler Key! Now if only I could find the key hole that opens the dungeon…
I know where it is now and it drives me nuts that I couldn’t find it while on stream! Next time! While we venture through Koholint Island, we discuss the weirdness of video game review scores, dreams, and some show & tell with original spray paint art and Amiibo figures!
We begin our next Let’s Play in the mysterious Koholint Island. Can Link, er, “Jettt” wake up the Wind Fish and return to Hyrule? During this live stream, we also discuss our early impressions of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, hopes and dreams for the next Legend of Zelda game, high school eSports teams, and more!
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I swear this live stream isn’t sponsored by 7-Eleven and Nintendo! In advance of Link’s Awakening‘s release, we take a quick stop in Hyrule for A Link to the Past! As I fumble my way through Hyrule as “Jettt”, we discuss our picks for most overrated Zelda game, seeing Ellen Page IRL @ the Toronto International Film Festival, using save states as a crutch, and what games we’re hoping Santa leaves under our Christmas tree this year!
(NOTE: This post contains mild spoilers for the first dungeon of Moonlighter)
Billed to me as part Legend of Zelda, part roguelike, and part management sim, Moonlighter has been on my radar for quite some time. However, due to life getting in the way, the only time I’ve had to play it was a one-week pocket of time between Super Mario Maker 2 and Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Thus far, I really enjoy what I’ve played. Be that as it may, I’ve struggled to get a grip on playing the game the right way. It feels like I should be much farther along relative to the time I’ve spent with it.
Shopkeeper by day. Hero by night! Moonlighter adds a roguelike twist to The Legend of Zelda formula. I fumble through most of this stream as I try to get a feel for how everything works, but I think I got the gist of it by the end! Take a look at this indie hit darling!
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Life at BioWare has been pretty rocky. Despite being a great game overall, the fallout over Mass Effect 3‘s disappointing endings was one of the biggest news stories of that year. Then, Mass Effect: Andromeda was released a few years later to much criticism. Falling well short of expectations in terms of critical acclaim and sales, I’m concerned that we might never see Mass Effect again after that debacle.
This time, the studio left Shepard behind to tell an all-new adventure in Anthem. It’s also a very different type of game. Leaving much of the choose-your-own-adventure elements behind, this game is a looter shooter in the style of Destiny.