I was going to do one post overall on the Divine Beasts, but I haven’t done them all yet so I thought I would just do one post on each beast after I’ve faced it in the game for myself. I have seen the entire game to completion multiple times on YouTube, so I do know the other beasts. But for sake of checking it 100, I’m going to hold off until I’ve done the dungeon myself… literally just repeated myself but I’m going to leave that be. Now this isn’t a full walkthrough of the dungeon or the entire quest starting in the Zora’s Domain. More just an overview of the Divine Beast Vah Ruta.
I have been playing a lot of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in my spare time after work. One thing I find really interesting in the game is the armor as when you have the full set and upgrade it at a Great Fairy Foundation you get a bonus. Plus unlike other RPG I’ve played it doesn’t take up inventory space. Like you don’t have to get rid of it to free up space for new armor… I did not realize this when I first started playing. I sold off my first outfit as I thought you had to. But no, you don’t. So I thought I would go over each of the armor sets that come in the game and where to find them. This is only focusing on the base games without amiibos or DLCs as I do not have either.
In Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee unlike other games where you pick your starter Pokémon, your starter is picked out for you. Either it’s an Eevee or Pikachu depending on the version of the game you purchased. I, of course, went with Eevee as it’s my favorite Pokémon. But you can get the original starters in the game for free, granted you do need to complete a few goals before they are handed over to you. So I thought since I’ve been playing the game a bunch, I would share where you can locate them.
Nintendo loves to pretend the CD-I games don’t exist and don’t list them in their timeline. So though they may not be considered “canon” by Nintendo let’s pretend they are and try to fit them into the timeline. There are three eras in the Legend of Zelda games. One where Link was defeated during the Ocarina of Time, and two where Link won during Ocarina of Time. With one of his child self and one of his adult self. And then there’s the before time. Looking at Ganon’s appearance and Link himself these games all fall into The Decline of Hyrule or the defeated hero era.
After the success of Super Mario Run for Android and iOS, Nintendo released a mobile version of the popular DS game Animal Crossing called Pocket Camp. And let’s just say I’m obsessed with this game! This game is free-to-play but there are in app purchases if you want to speed up things or get special items. You get to run your own camp where you host various animals, but you have to decorate the camp/craft items to their liking before they will come stay with you. Though you don’t have to keep those items around the camp after their first initial visit. So you can in theory have any type of camp you want from: natural, cool, cute, or sporty. Or have a mixture of the types as you please. But you have to start with one of the four types.
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the latest game in the Zelda franchise for the Nintendo Switch. Similar to that of Ocarina of Time, this game is open world and can be completed in any order. And is filled with puzzles and enemy camps with treasure and weapons. There is well over 50 hours of game-play during on if you take the time to explore every inch of the world or just stick to the main plot of the game. Breath of the Wild takes place in an untamed, post-apocalyptic, techno-fantasy land of Hyrule where Link has been asleep for a century with little to no memory of the events that occurred prior to his slumber when Calamity Ganon took over Hyrule and corrupting all of the ancient technology built to stop him.