Hello and welcome to another Side-Quest episode of Talk This! It’s Dangerous to Podcast Alone. On these episodes, we talk about what games we’ve been playing over the past couple of weeks. This episode, make some bad April Fool’s Jokes… April Fools! They were great jokes. Also featuring some stylish clothes for Link, super chill presidents, double-tasking American History, and more
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an open world action adventure game and the latest installment in Nintendo’s much-loved Zelda series. After 100 years, a swordsman named Link awakes to finally fulfill his destiny to burn down every forest in his path and become a shield-surfing madman. Oh, and also defeat Calamity Ganon before he destroys the world. But wait, there’s a Korok seed over here!
Fire Emblem Warriors
Fire Emblem Warriors is a hack-and-slash tactical role-playing game (a bit of an oxymoron, we know) made by Omega Force and Team Ninja for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch. During an ordinary day, monsters attack the capital city of Aytolis and royal twins Rowan and Lianna must leave their mother behind. In order to prevent calamity from taking over their world, the twins must power up the Fire Emblem with Gleamstones from heroes of other worlds. In this case, the ones that win popularity contests in Japan, pretty much.
Reigns: Her Majesty
Reigns: Her Majesty is a card-swiping game where you play as a queen who treats her kingdom like Tinder. Try to avoid death as long as possible by keeping everyone at just the right level of pissed off. But, while you’re doing that, you must also uncover the secret behind your endless reincarnation and deal with the mysteries of the All-Mother. That can wait until you’ve become the thirstiest queen in all of history though.
Iconoclasts is a action platformer made by one guy named Joakim “Konjak” Sandberg for PC, Mac, Playstation 4, and Playstation Vita. Play as Robin, a helpful but unlicensed mechanic, living in a world governed by the Concern and ruled by a being called Mother. After Robin is caught by the Concern, she must gain allies and fight back against the oppressive regime. Also she must figure out how to work elevators. Oh gosh, that stupid elevator.
Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom
Ni No Kuni II is a role-playing game in the style of Studio Ghibli.. Control Evan Pettiwhisker Tildrum, the young deposed king of Ding Dong Dell who sets out to build a kingdom where everyone can be happy. Join up with the President of the United States Roland, some sky pirates, and other colorful characters, cause why not. Help Evan reach his dream of world peace (while also slaying some monsters).
Enjoy the episode! If you want to know what we talked about on last week’s full episode, check out the blog for Episode 33 right here. Look forward to next week’s episode where we plan to discuss Perfect Dark and Little Nightmares. Also remember to check out our YouTube channel for the Play This! series and Flashback Fridays!