Let’s Play Resident Evil Gaiden

It’s finally time I play this game for the first time ever! This was a Game Boy Color game released in 2001 to add to the Resident Evil franchise, unlike any other game that has ever come out to this point. I had heard about all the weird things about this game, including the strange cliffhanger that happens to Leon S. Kennedy in the final cutscene, but had never experienced it for myself until now! I did utilize a guide so I knew where I was going, but I could definitely see where this game might be super tough if you get lost and immediately run out of resources like health and ammo. Luckily, some of the zombies do respawn at different points and do drop RNG items, so there’s that. The save spots in between can be a bit brutal if you are relying on that. This game can be super tough for sure, I’m glad I was able to work my way through the Starlight and get Barry, Leon and Lucia to safety!

  • Let’s Play Crow Country
    Let’s Play Crow Country

    The highly anticipated and talked about Crow Country is definitely worth the playthrough if you are a fan of old school horror games like Resident Evil and Silent Hill and enjoy the old pixel design of Final Fantasy VII. Give this a shot, it’s super fun, not too hard and the puzzles make you think

  • Let’s Play Alekhine’s Gun
    Let’s Play Alekhine’s Gun

    Agent Alekhine is sent from mission to mission, eliminating the nazi forces that still have remnants after the end of World War II. This game is very Hitman-esque but maybe not quite as good. Not a hard game for all achievements, but make sure you only kill targets you have to through the game

  • Let’s Play EDENGATE: The Edge of Life (100% Achievements Run)
    Let’s Play EDENGATE: The Edge of Life (100% Achievements Run)

    A woman wakes up from a coma and is all alone in her giant city. She must travel around and figure out what happened and fight through her own personal demons along the way. This survival horror game doesn’t feature any enemies, but does make you think outside the box psychologically