Let’s Play Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon have come and they have delivered, so much that I have decided to do an entire Let’s Play series with the games. There are many new aspects to the game along with both minor and some major story changes along the way. Pokemon Sun and Moon were great but Pokemon

Thunderblight Ganon

Thunderblight Ganon seems to give every one a lot of issues and is claimed by some to be the most difficult of the Devine Beast Ganon battles. Not for me though it was Waterblight Ganon… I hate him. Anyways lets just make sure we are prepared before we walk into battle. First make sure you

Fireblight Ganon

Fireblight Ganon is really an easy boss to overcome as long as you are properly prepared. First head over to the shop in Zora’s Domain and buy all of the ice arrows because you will need every last one if you want to make this battle easy as possible. I would also recommend cooking a

Windblight Ganon

Windblight Ganon is said to be one of the easier Divine Beast battles but if you aren’t prepared he can still give you quite the challenge. That being said stock up on some aditional arrows. (Bomb arrows work exceptionally well.) In the first phase of the battle Waterblight Ganon hovers above the battlefield firing his

Waterblight Ganon

Waterblight Ganon is encountered at the end of the Divine Beast Vah Ruta dungeon, and he definitely brings a challenge to the table. I am going to outline the method that worked best for me, but it will probably take a few shots to take down Waterblight Ganon. First step is preparation. Seriously make sure

Ori and the Blind Forest

Ori and the Blind Forest is an amazing platforming game in every way it should be. The gameplay mechanics along with the deep story rich content make for an immersive gaming experience. I myself am not a huge platformer gamer in any way but I am very happy to have discovered Ori and the Blind

POKEMON ULTRA SUN/MOON

The definitive version of Pokemon Sun and Moon have finally been released and are far better than I expected them to be. I find myself unable to tell what content is new and what was there in the original versions of the game. The new versions add just enough content to make it feel like