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.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we finally cover the last episode of the first half of Attack on Titan‘s final season, before quickly summing up our displeasure with Sony shutting down some of its digital storefronts.
Chances are that if you’re at all already familiar with Gnosia, then you probably know it as that game that’s basically Among Us except with an anime aesthetic. And while that’s not an entirely inaccurate description, it doesn’t do the game justice in the slightest.
Set aboard a drifting spaceship, you and your fellow crew members learn that somebody onboard has been infected by the titular Gnosia. What the Gnosia actually are is a complete mystery, but their goal is clear: the complete eradication of all human life. The goal of the crew is to correctly identify the infected and put them into cold sleep, while the Gnosia must avoid detection and pick the crew members off one by one until they can take over the ship.
Despite the Among Us comparisons, Gnosia is more like the classic party game Werewolf (something it actively acknowledged in its launch trailer), but the key difference is that Gnosia has no multiplayer aspects whatsoever. It’s entirely single-player, which you wouldn’t think would work for a social deduction game where the fun primarily comes from the arguments, distrust, and deception between players. So what has the team at Petit Depotto done to create a compelling experience?
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This week on The Entertainment Dome, we only have time to recap two of the remaining Attack on Titan episodes, before wrapping up with a quick chat about the newly confirmed Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure anime.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, our RWBY Volume 8 recaps come to an end with the last two episodes and, unfortunately, it’s finale has left us on a rather sour note.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we discuss an anxiety-inducing episode of Attack on Titan and we try (and fail) not to get too confused recapping the most recent RWBY Volume 8 episode.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we cover two new RWBY episodes (one of which is possibly Volume 8‘s best episode), where we discover Watts’ Semblance, gush over Ren and Nora’s relationship, and discuss what a good guy Ironwood is.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we return to the Attack on Titan recaps and cover the most recent two episodes, where Falco finally gets tired of Gabi’s nonsense, a new faction establishes itself, and the show’s more problematic elements start to become readily apparent.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we take a brief break from the Attack on Titan and RWBY recaps and instead do our damndest to cover everything in last week’s Nintendo Direct, from the new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC character(s) to Splatoon 3.