On the final Let’s Play Windwaker the climb to Ganondorf is high, a strange lack of a bridge to at platform, a small beatdown, rare appearances of the full Triforce, Ganondorf belongs to a secret organisation from another game, the most violent ending in Zelda history, the promised playthrough of the cave of outset, and an announcement on the future schedule of Let’s Plays on the network.
On this Let’s Play the siege continues as Samuel tackles the final room, saying hello to the boys, Jacob gets his turn at shadow Ganon, Moblins are really stupid, and puppet Ganon proves a match to the players memories.
On this Let’s Play Jacob raps, the siege of Hyrule begins, Hyrule is beautiful, Jacob puts his foot down on Taylor Swift, The final dungeon gives Jacob a fiery puzzle, Samuel does some risky jumps in the forest room, and Jacob busts Ghosts in the spirit room.
On this episode Jacob thinks he knows where the chart for the ghost ship is so the boys head straight for it, the number six seems important, a search shows they were close, a sea monster gets in the way, a fish gets stubborn, the chart is retrieved, a strange voodoo feel to creepy things, and the triforce is finally whole!
On this Let’s Play Windwaker we learn why the shard was so hard to find, the cabana might have been affordable to the teacher for a very specific reason, a seagull does all the work, Jacob makes an obscure reference, and one shard remains!
On this Let’s Play the search for the triforce continues, map confusion, an island gets the boys attention and then totally looses it, the confusion gets cleared up, an island frustrates Jacob then promptly makes him happy again, the problem with different controls for different games is discussed, Dragonball Z randomly comes up, the teacher on Windfall has a fantastic pay grade, Tingle makes sharks vanish, and Jabuns island makes for a good hiding spot!
Editors Note: There is a slight delay in audio that happens sometimes with our hardware in this one. Apologies for the problem.
On this Let’s Play, Samuel gets to run a gauntlet of fights to pull his weight, a more efficient way to find the triforce is discussed, debts worse than Tingle, why the swift sail rocks thanks to a viewer, a girl is up to no good, The Killer Bees are taken down a peg, Samuel refuses to shoot kids, headbutting trees can help with things, and the northern fairy has no accent.
On this Let’s Play Samuel takes control again, skips right past the room Jacob took care of, still having one sip of soup, a frustrating wind puzzle stands in the way of the boss, Samuel makes a reference to fake sports podcast, Jacob reveals a gap in his Zelda history, a disturbing idea about the forest temple boss room, and the hunt for the Triforce shards begins!
Editors Note: You haven’t missed a video..technical issues destroyed the original part 19 so you join us mid dungeon..sorry for the gap and hope you still enjoy!