Captain N: The Game Master(Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the TV series Captain N: The Game Master. This TV series is comprised of 34 episodes which takes place in an alternate universe called Videoland which consists of classic NES worlds and characters.

 

The NES worlds in Videoland are Bayouland (The Adventures of Bayou Billy), Castlevania, Dragon’s Den (Dragon Warrior), Excalibur (Wizards & Warriors), Final Fantasy, Kongoland (Donkey Kong), Hyrule (The Legend of Zelda), Megaland (Mega Man), Metroid, News World (Paperboy), Mount Icarus (Kid Icarus), Tetris, Puss ‘N Boots (Puss ‘N Boots: Pero’s Great Adventure), Nottingham (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves) and Punch-Out!!

 

The protagonists of this series are Captain N (main hero), Duke (Captain N’s pet dog), Lana (princess of Videoland), Simon Belmont (Castlevania), Mega Man,Roll, Rush & Dr. Light (Megaland), Link & Princess Zelda (The Legend of Zelda), Kid Icarus (Mount Icarus) and Bayou Billy (The Adventures of Bayou Billy).

 

The antagonists of this series are Mother Brain (Metroid), King Hippo (Punch-Out!!), Eggplant Wizard & Medusa (Mount Icarus), Ganon & Rebonack (The Legend of Zelda), Dr. Wily (Megaland), The Count (Castlevania) and Dragonlord (Dragon’s Den).

 

In conclusion, I found this TV series to be the greatest collaboration of Nintendo games to ever be televised as a fully animated cartoon of golden proportions.

A look at some of the Videoland worlds featured on the show. This is actually the menu from the DVD set.

 

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Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe & the Blight Below(Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe & the Blight Below for the PlayStation 4.

 

This game’s story takes place throughout the entire kingdom of Arba. The locations in this game consist of the Royal kingdom of Arba, the Scientific town of Caliburgh, the Desert town of Colissea, The Elven Forest of Sylvea, the Dwarven stronghold of Grannet, the Fortress/AirShip “StoneCloud” and the World Tree “Yggdrasil”.

 

In this game, you can play through the story as either the fiery, tacticianal hero Luceus or the icy, bold heroine Aurora.

 

The protagonists in this game consist of Luceus (Main Hero/Captain)(Dragon Quest-Heroes)(Swords & Shields), Aurora (Main Heroine/Captain)(Dragon Quest-Heroes)(Rapiers & Shields), Doric (King of Arba/the Royal Rumbler)(Dragon Quest-Heroes)(Staffs), Isla (Inventor)(Dragon Quest-Heroes)(Boomerangs), Kiryl (Priest/Soldier)(Dragon Quest-IV)(Spears), Alena (Princess/Martial Artist)(Dragon Quest-IV)(Gauntlets), Terry (the World’s Greatest Swordsman)(Dragon Quest-VI)(Swords & Shields), Yangus (the Legendary Bandit turned Hero)(Dragon Quest-VIII)(Axes), Jessica (Sorceress)(Dragon Quest-VIII)(Whips), Bianca (Archer)(Dragon Quest-V)(Bows & Arrows), Nera (Sorceress/Debutante)(Dragon Quest-V)(Wands), Maya (Dancer/Sorceress)(Dragon Quest-IV)(Dual Fans) and Psaro (Warrior)(Dragon Quest-IV)(GreatSwords).

 

The antagonists in this game consist of Velasco (Main Villain/Sorcerer)(Dragon Quest-Heroes)(Staff) and Shadroth (Main Villain/Lord of the Night)(Dragon Quest-Heroes)(Demon Sorcery).

 

In conclusion, I’ve learned from this game that believing in the light of all things good also in turn encourages us to never give hope nor to never give up on others. Only then will we forever drive away the deepest darkness of both hatred and despair.

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