Kirby's Dream Land 2 Nostalgamia Let's Play

Kirby's Dream Land 2 - Nostalgamia Let's Play

Kirby's Dream Land was the first game on Game Boy I ever bought myself. I was amazed by the graphical style, the cheerful melodies and the simple, yet extraordinary gameplay mechanics. Not only was the Kirby franchise a big stepping stone for all my future gaming explorations, it also inspired me in more artistic ways. When Kirby's Dream Land 2 appeared on the shelves, it was no giving that I would buy it immediately. Years later, when I decided to make a Let's Play for YouTube, KDL2 was an obvious choice as a starting point.

 

 

 

The first and foremost reason I am posting this old Let's Play on this website is of course because it holds a lot of Game Boy goodness and that is what this site is all about. It's not only quite an indepth review of the actual Kirby's Dream Land 2 game, but there's also room for pointing out some great trivia about the game you might have missed yourself. Next to that, I also feel like these video's perfectly give the viewers an inside look on who I am and where I came from. It's a great way to get to know the person behind not only this website, but also my stream and other projects like this Let's Play. I'm not going to spoil what you can expect; for that you will have to watch the series! Here's the first episode:

Even though expanding my Let's Play channel has been on hold for quite some time, I still believe this is one of the best projects I ever did to keep myself busy during a time of hardship not being able to find a job for months. This was a great way to keep myself busy in a creative way, while also learning new things like video and audio editing. In the future I might get back to making more of these, and Game Boy related ones shall always be featured on this website.

Also a big shoutout to Harumi Makoto who provided me with the Bubbly Clouds remix you can hear at the end of each episode. She is an amazing artist and you can check out more of her work on: https://soundcloud.com/harumi-makoto

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