YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #27

Shall we play a game? Oh yes, we shall…and we are! We’ve featured many games on our YouTube channel, and there’s more to come. Hence, it’s time for some highlights! Thanks for stumbling upon our weekly video highlights post where we run down just a few of our YouTube happenings. And what a grand week it has been! It’s one that was filled with emotion as we bid farewell to one beloved title…only to have a new beloved title to take its place! As well, our classic game series, Nostalgic Notions, is up and running again, so if you need a blast from gaming’s past, check it out!

Alright, we can’t hold in our excitement any longer…on with the videos!


Super Mario Galaxy

The Duck’s quest for Purple Coins in Super Mario Galaxy continues. Over the course of the week, she traveled far and wide,  and she heartily accepted each new coin-hunting challenge!


The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

This week we officially bid adieu to The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. The Duck offered up her final two bonus videos: one involving the results of an alien invasion, the other showing just what happens when the moon falls (oh, what a terrible fate!). And if you missed out on this great Let’s Play, or just want to know more about the ins and outs of this unique game, be sure to check out the playlist here.


Nostalgic Notions

This week in classic gaming, our Nostalgic Notions video featured the second game from Namco Museum, Volume 1 – none other than Pole Position.  Hoo boy, this was a toughie. If you’re hoping to see some whiz-bang racing action, you…well, you might want to look elsewhere. But, if watching me “drive” a pixel-y car around a track multiple times without really achieving anything sounds fun, then by all means, stick around!


Banjo-Kazooie

Guys. guys…GUYS! Did you know that The Duck of Indeed just started up a brand new Let’s Play of Banjo-Kazooie??! Oh yes, she did, and you can catch the first and second episodes right here (↓ ↓ ↓), as well as on our YouTube Channel, of course. But you’re here now, so why not watch?


Thanks for watching, and join us next week for a new video wrap-up!

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