Follow Oliver on his journey to another world after meeting Mr. Drippy and together they meet friends, enemies and all sorts of adventure in the first Ni no Kuni JRPG game that I’ve ever played. I really didn’t know what to expect when I first started playing this. All I knew is that I’d probably like the graphic/art style and the music and I totally did! I felt like the game gets a little challenging at the start and can give some problems if you don’t properly grind outside of your comfort level to prepare for the bosses. Once I got the ship and was able to sail anywhere, I took advantage of the island with the Toko’s that drop 2K XP and the game became a LOT easier from that point onwards. Still a few tough bits, but nothing too crazy. The game definitely gives a lot of leeway to allow you to grind if you really want it, and leveling is super easy in this game. It’s all about how much time you want to dedicate to make it easy for yourself, really. At the end of the day, I thought it was a great game and the whole “Pokemon” aspect of the game really brought a lot to the table, since I absolutely adore Pokemon. I’ve heard the sequel got rid of all of that, so that’s a bit disappointing but I guess we’ll find that out when we cross that bridge. Also… TADORABLE?! YES!
Let’s Play Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
Yes, it’s THAT Zelda game. We had to get through this one to get to Link’s Awakening and the N64 era, so here we go! This game is ridiculously hard, but also utilizes a lot of modern day RPG techniques like grinding and leveling up skills
Let’s Play GoldenEye 007
The name’s Bond. James Bond. We take down the game on the 00 Agent hardest difficulty in this run in the Xbox One 2023 re-release. Aztec, Train and Control can suck a lemon on the hardest difficulty
Let’s Play Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series
Follow the Guardians on an epic tale of adventure unrelated to any of the major motion picture storylines! You get some great backstory on each character and learn about them on a more personal level. Not a bad job here by Telltale Games