Due to some big changes happening in my life, Too Long for Twitter will no longer be regularly updated. I simply don’t have the time to contribute articles every week, and I don’t want to just keeping posting really short pieces like the VG Music Picks.
Does this mean that I’m abandoning the site? No, I enjoy writing for it and want to keep it for posting anything I come up with like reviews, lists, or short fiction. It’s just that I will only be able to do so in any spare time that I can find, so updates will admittedly be very infrequent.
The site will also continue to be home to all and any Entertainment Dome episodes and related projects like Let’s Plays.
So I won’t say “goodbye,” because this isn’t an end, but a weird, new beginning.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we go over all the news we meant to cover last week, from the controversial Pokémon MOBA to the rather mediocre Avengers presentation.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we run through a bunch of game announcements from the past week, including the new Pokémon Snap, Min Min in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and EA’s rather mediocre presentation.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we run through every announcement from Sony’s Future of Gaming event, from the fancy, new games to the PlayStation 5 itself.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we’re joined by special guest Ryan Brown from Super Rare Games to discuss his work, his love of Nier: Automata, and the rumoured Kingdom Hearts Disney+ show.
Our visit to Lavender Tower is interrupted when we come across a lost Cubone baby, prompting us to instead head towards Celadon.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James has some (mostly) spoiler-free opinions on Persona 5 Royal, we discuss what we hope to see announced from the New Game+ Expo, and quickly share our already outdated thoughts on the rumoured Kingdom Hearts TV series.
Nintendo, as Nintendo does, suddenly dropped a trailer for a new Paper Mario game on us earlier in the week, and we collectively lost it.
Even though it’s only been four years, it feels like it has been forever since the last entry in the role-playing spin-off series, so excitement is at a fever pitch. Established fans and those who had never touched a Paper Mario before have become immediately invested thanks to that trailer and rightly so. It’s a good trailer. I myself as a long-time fan was hooked quite easily.
But as I watched the trailer, my excitement gave way to concern and anxiousness. The memories of the last couple of Paper Mario games flooded back in and, now, I can’t help but be incredibly cautious. And frankly, so should you.
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This week on The Entertainment Dome, we run through the announcements from the recent Xbox Series X event and have a recurring issue with some of the games shown.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we hype ourselves up for Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition‘s release, we go on a Konami-related tangent about some old rumours, and James is cautiously excited for the new Assassin’s Creed.
To reach the next town, we must travel through the normally pitch black Rock Tunnel, which is filled with wild Pokémon to catch and other Trainers to battle.