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 return to Attack on Titan to recap the two most recent episodes, which left me feeling confused and anxious about where the story is going.
2020 sucked. I know that’s not an original thought, but it still feels like it needs to be said. And video games, or rather the industry itself, didn’t always help alleviate how truly awful it was.
Ubisoft was hit with numerous allegations of sexual assault and abuse, Activision continues to make all the money in the world yet lays off its employees, and where do I even start with Cyberpunk 2077?
But, for as crappy as it all was, there were occasional bright spots. 2019’s Among Us found belated success thanks to livestreaming and put its studio, InnerSloth, on the map, Animal Crossing: New Horizons managed to unite the world and foster connections while everyone was trapped indoors, and the release of Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition meant more people could play my favourite game of all time.
2021 isn’t going to automatically be better than last year but, as always with these lists, I’m going to focus on the potentially good things coming this year; specifically, the games I’m most excited for.
It’s the first Entertainment Dome of 2021 and, obviously, we’re still talking about RWBY. With the show on a mid-season hiatus, it’s the perfect time to catch up on the last two episodes, which feature a long-awaited backstory, possibly the worst character in the whole show, and a whole lot more.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we celebrate the Christmas season by discussing the horrors of war, child soldiers, and PTSD, with the two latest episodes of Attack on Titan.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we not only have another RWBY Volume 8 episode to cover, but we resume our Attack on Titan recaps too as the final season begins.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we cover episodes 3 and 4 of RWBY Volume 8, which are filled with drama, angst, therapy, and child torture. We really liked them.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, it turns out we had more to say about the newest RWBY episode than we thought, before sharing some brief opinions on the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity demo ahead of the game’s launch.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we dive straight into the first episode of RWBY Volume 8 and share some theories, before James admits to being cautious about those Mass Effect remasters.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for RWBY
Too Long for Twitter may no longer be receiving regular updates, but that doesn’t mean I’m stopping these RWBY reviews. And Volume 7 was certainly an interesting one to re-watch.
I remember, on the whole, my Entertainment Dome co-host and I thoroughly enjoyed it initially, though we weren’t lacking in complaints. But with this volume especially, many aspects were hard to critique since we had no clue where the plot was going to end up. Any problems we may have had in one episode could be immediately addressed in a later one.
So, on a second viewing, is Volume 7 as solid as I remember it being? Is it maybe even better or does it being complete reveal issues I wasn’t aware of before?
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we have special guests @OllyWrites and @alex_dewing to talk about their careers in game journalism, the problems the games industry needs fixing, and some scary games they’ve played.