Tag Archives: Fire Emblem

Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade

Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade

Game: Fire Emblem (The Blazing Blade)
Start Date: April 30th, 2018
End Date: —
Videos: —

This game has been a long-time coming, for a number of reasons. Not only have I wanted this Let’s Play to happen for many years now, but it also speaks a lot for American gamers back in the early 2000s when Super Smash Bros. Melee came out and when Marth and Roy were finally introduced to North American gamers who had no idea where they came from. This brought Fire Emblem into the limelight, and a few years later, Intelligent Systems finally graced International audiences with the first worldwide released game of the series. This adventure follows the heroes of Eliwood, Hector and Lyn on their quest to save their land from an oncoming evil, in turn-based strategy game goodness!

As I said before, I can’t even begin to tell you guys how long I’ve been waiting to do this game. This is my favorite Fire Emblem game of all-time, one of my favorite video games of all-time, and after looking at the list of games I had not done for the channel yet, I knew that I couldn’t go another year without having this game covered. Because of this, I finally decided it was time to jump into action and get this beast of a project beginning! Let’s save Elibe everyone!

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SlimKirby Central #4 – April 2016

SlimKirby Central #4 - April 2016

Welcome to the fourth issue of SlimKirby Central! This is a series where I get into what’s currently going on with my Youtube channel, my Twitch channel and everything else I do in between; including some updates of what’s going on for me outside of the Internet world!

 

(Every bullet point will be time stamped, so you know what part of the video discussion starts on that topic)

Episode 4: April 2016

I. Youtube – 0:27
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a). Sonic CD will finish up next week on Tuesday, and I will upload an extra Brawl video on Thursday since Sonic CD will be over. Aside from that, schedule will continue as normal.
b). Kirby’s Return to Dreamland will be the replacement project for Sonic CD and will start on April 26th.
c). Super Mario Galaxy and Mega Man 7 will be upcoming projects as well, following Sacred Stones & Return to Dream Land, but the order of this will depend a lot on how I’m feeling.
d). Super Smash Bros. Brawl will continue for awhile, so no replacement weekend projects announced yet.
e). Currently figuring out other projects for the future. No cause for alarm as I’ll probably have more ideas by next update.

II. Twitch – 4:46
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a). New and modified rules on my Twitch page! Check them out before participating in chat, whether you are new or haven’t been around for awhile.
b). Digimon World 3 starting tonight (April 16th) as my next grinding stream game.
c). RetroAchievements going pretty well. Secure in Top 25 and trying to break and stay into Top 20, but will not be surprised if I drop some ranks here and there.
d). Thinking about doing some blind streams and maybe some speed run streams in the future. Expect blind streams to happen during my Wednesday night timeslot and speed run streams to be determined.

III. Shoutout, Thank Yous & Other Announcements – 10:04
a) Star Warrior Shout-out of the Month: WolfofStorms
b) Donation Goal of $550 for New Nintendo 3DS Capture Card has been met! Thank you to everyone who donated and supported me during this time!
c) To celebrate and show my appreciation for this donation goal being met, I will be planning a 24-hour stream event. Still thinking of the date and theme for the stream, so let me know if you have any ideas.

IV. Real Talk – 18:14
Talking about things going on in my life and things upcoming, namely Momocon! More information on that will be talked about on next month’s update. Until then though, just reminding everyone to stay strong and stay on top of things. You can do anything!

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Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Game: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Start Date: January 16th, 2016
Videos: 44

After the huge success of Super Smash Bros. Melee on the Gamecube, gamers during the Wii generation wondered when Smash was going to get its eventual upgrade. After a glorified E3 trailer, where Metal Gear’s own Solid Snake made his first appearance in the world of Smash, gamers were hyped for Super Smash Bros. Brawl. From the daily Smash Dojo updates, to the first reveal from Japanese content, to the newly established online mode, this game was looking to be a Smash hit!

After kind of stepping away from doing Melee 100%, I knew that there was no way a 100% playthrough of Brawl would be done. However, I did want to make sure that Brawl was still on the agenda at least, because this was definitely a big game for me during the years of 2008-2009. This playthrough will feature a full session of the Subspace Emissary, and I’ll also show off some content from the game itself as well. It’s time to BRAWL!

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Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones

Game: Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Start Date: November 30th, 2015
Videos: 84

After Nintendo released Fire Emblem (7) to North American audiences, they seemed to understand that Fire Emblem was a series that quite a number of North American gamers wanted to be a part of, and they continued the tradition by bringing over Fire Emblem 8 as well, also known as Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. This tale follows the story of Eirika and Ephraim, two children who hail from an attacked and nearly-destroyed nation, trying to win back their lost homeland in addition to saving the land of Magvel itself from a dark power.

I’ve definitely gotten my feet wet with the Fire Emblem series before, and after taking on both Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn before; The Sacred Stones should be a cakewalk for me. This was the 3rd big-time RPG and/or strategy game I’ve done in a year though, so hopefully my fatigue doesn’t get to me!

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Super Smash Bros. Melee

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Game: Super Smash Bros. Melee
Start Date: September 13th, 2014
Videos: 30

After the release of Super Smash Bros. on the Nintendo 64, HAL had no plans for a follow-up to the multiplayer slam-fest. However, after the game had received such popularity, the company returned once again to make an even bigger game on the Nintendo Gamecube. And thus, one of the most popular competitive fighting games was born, with more characters, more stages, more modes of play, and more multiplayer mayhem.

Smash Hype was still going strong in the summer after my N64 LP had already ended. Because of this, I made an executive decision to start the sequel a bit earlier than I had already planned. It also worked out quite well because this project released during the first week of Smash Bros. 3DS being out in Japan. I guess the only thing that really needs to be said now…”Bring on the Melee!”

Although this project is complete, there is a possibility for me returning to this game in the future to collect the rest of the trophies and completing some of the hardest challenges this game has to offer. For now though….not exactly in the mood! XD

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