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 get round to talking about the new info for Pokémon Brilliant Diamond, Shining Pearl, and Legends: Arceus, we barely acknowledge Gamescom, and we can’t help but be excited about Spider-Man: No Way Home.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, I pretty much have to talk about the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 rumours, James is very excited for Star Wars: Visions, and less so for the Dead Space remake.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, I finally get to talk about the sequel to AI: The Somnium Files, we share our thoughts on the Steam Deck console, and we discuss Atlus’ secret plans for Persona‘s 25th anniversary.
Back in 2017, a group of Spike Chunsoft employees left to form their own company, Too Kyo Games. Among its founding members were Kazutaka Kodaka and Kotaro Uchikoshi, the respective creators of the Danganronpa and Zero Escape series. Given the similarities between both their series, it’s honestly surprising that it took until 2020 for the two to actually work on a project together. Released last year as an early access Apple Arcade title, World’s End Club is the two’s first proper collaboration, with Uchikoshi as director and writer and Kodaka as creative director.
The full game was recently released on the Nintendo Switch and expectations were certainly high for it. Danganronpa and Zero Escape are well-known and beloved by their fans for their complex mysteries, larger than life characters, and off-the-wall humour, so many assumed that World’s End Club would follow in their footsteps. And while in some ways it does, it is a very different beast compared to anything in either series.
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This week on The Entertainment Dome, we wrap up our recap of E3 2021 with our thoughts on the Square Enix and Nintendo presentations.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we finally get round to our yearly E3 recap, starting things off with a run through all the announcements from Ubisoft and Microsoft, plus some extras.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we run through some recent general gaming news, where James goes through the new Dragon Quest announcements and I get butthurt over Sega’s Sonic Central presentation.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we share our thoughts on the final season of the Castlevania Netflix show and what could potentially follow it.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we are stunned by some of the revelations to come out of the first day of the Epic Games vs Apple trial and we discuss what Nintendo franchises we’d like to see get animated movie adaptations.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James spends most of it gushing over Nier Replicant, but we find just enough time to quickly express our joy at The Great Ace Attorney games finally being localised.