A/N: Hey, everyone, I’m back! Sorry for the delay but it took me a while to figure out what day to post these recaps on until I decided to stick with Sunday. Anyway, after that disastrous fight in the last chapter, Raj enlists Jasmine’s help to get the group to make up. What is he planning and, whatever it is, will it bring peace to the contest winners or make things worse?
A/N: That’s right, I’m back with the next chapter of Endless Summer! In this chapter, our heroes are trying to find a way out of the dark underground. Yet the only way out is through an underwater tunnel. Not only that, but Quinn gets captured! Can Jasmine save Quinn and get her friends out of that underground labyrinth nightmare?
A/N: After a long hiatus due to illness, I’m back with the next chapter of Endless Summer! In this one, Jasmine and her friends find themselves stuck underground. Can they find a way back to the Celestial or will they be forever buried underground?
A/N: I’m back with the next chapter of Endless Summer! Last time, Jasmine saw a mysterious creature in the woods. Now, while still being haunted by the silhouette, she learns of a shelter where the other residents may be hiding. Can Jasmine and the other contest winners find this shelter?
A/N: I’m back with the next chapter of Endless Summer Book 1! Last time, everyone went to the hotel only to see that there was no one there. Now the characters have to find out what’s going on while enjoying a hotel free of staff and other guests!
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A/N: I’m back with another episode of The Breakfast Club! When Jasmine hears that Becky plans on starting a vicious rumor about Claire, she gets Bender’s help to make sure Becky won’t have the time. Will she and Bender succeed before Claire’s reputation goes up in flames?Read More »
That’s right, back from the dead and I’ve got big plans for this blog. As many of you already know, I review video games from Final Fantasy to Diner Dash. This time, I plan on reviewing dollmakers as well because, whether you think they’re art or not, they are video games in the loosest sense of the word. I’m also expanding my repertoire to board games and, like before, you can even request reviews.
This time, it won’t be just a review site. I’ll post anything related to video games or board games in even the loosest definition of the term. Who knows? I might post pictures of my time playing video games and board games with my friends. Maybe I’ll write fanfiction based off of them, such as narrating the Mice and Mystics game from the point of view of Prince Colin, the character I usually play as. I’ll even post what I create from dollmakers because, as I said before, they are video games.
The best part is, not only can you request video games and board games for me to review. You can also submit your own stuff to me to post on my blog. It can be anything from art, to fanfics and even your Let’s Plays of video games. Just don’t submit any reviews, because that’s my job.
Link has always been known as the boy without a fairy by his fellow Kokiri. The minute he finally has one he also has a quest. He needs to gather three items and use them to open the sacred realm, getting the Triforce before the king of the Gerudos, Ganondorf, beats him to it.
What 90s Zelda fan doesn’t remember this game? It was the first to hit 3D consoles, the first where you got to ride a horse and, for those of you familiar with the fan fiction world, the inspiration for the dreaded My Inner Life. The first Zelda game I played was A Link to the Past, but this was the first game I owned. The plot follows that of a typical Zelda game, find three items and then see a huge plot twist. Now you have to collect more items. Some plot elements are similar to Peter Pan, such as the fairy and a fact regarding the Kokiri you discover later on. Navi is the first of her type and boy does it show, but more on that later. Link, like the rest of the games, is an avatar for the world of Hyrule. He says nothing and goes where he’s told. Zelda drives the plot, risking her life to help Link and doing everything she can to save Hyrule. The lengths she goes to are very daring.
I absolutely love the game play. You can set any items you find to l, r, or z, taking place of the four c buttons of the N64, save the sword and the shield. L targeting has helped me on more than one occasion. The only problem is the fairy that makes it possible is very annoying. Navi has a tendency to give information when you really don’t need it and sometimes you have no choice but to hear it. Her targeting usually makes up for it until the second to final battle where she can’t do anything.
As for other features this game has, you can play songs on your ocarina, use your brain to go through dungeons and defeat bosses, and search the world for heart pieces.
Collect four of them to get a free container. Some heart pieces require mini-games, the shooting being my least favorite but that’s because I can’t get my hands steady enough to complete it.
As a child, I loved this game and I still love it as an adult. I give it 8 out of 10, the beginning of a new era of Zelda games.