Baby Mario is escorted by a team of Yoshis to reunite him with his brother! It won't be a problem for *the* Yoshi, though, because the entire island belongs to him! Not all the Yoshis, though; then it'd be Yoshis' Island, with the apostrophe *after* the "s".
This LP is very special to me and I consider it by far the best one I've made. I sought to make it as polished and organized as it could be and began to discover my own unique flavor of Let's Playing throughout the series. While it took more than two years to finish, being clouded by other priorities and issues, in a way it chronicled who I was as a person during the second half of my college career.
On another fine day of pirating, Tetra mysteriously vanishes in the wake of a ghostly Ghost Ship! It's up to the one and only Hero of Winds to save her, after being washed up on a faraway land. Just...don't mention his limp. He's really sensitive.
As the first Zelda game I'm playing on this channel, Phantom Hourglass was also the very first Zelda game I've ever played! For that reason, it's held in a special place in my heart, despite the poor criticism the game has received. Is it really as bad as people make it out to be? Let's find out!
A spry little kid named Kirby sets off to save his world from the disaster of rumbling tummies! I play through both the Normal and Extra Game accompanied by artwork of the characters and backgrounds drawn by yours truly!
This was the first of three Kirby LPs I did for my 20th Anniversary Celebration project! I tried a new approach this time by trying to be a little more informative, and went all out on spicing up the look of the videos, a trend that would continue in my next two Kirby LPs.
Kirby meets up with his three animal friends--Rick, Coo, and Kine--to shine a light towards a dark entity threatening Dream Land! All the artwork used as the borders of these videos was done by me, in the same style as the ones from my previous LP.
The second Kirby LP I've done for my 20th Anniversary Celebration! The amount of work put into this series was a big undertaking, and while I think I could have done a better job handling the length of some videos (especially the later ones), overall it lived to be a nice follow-up to the series prior.