This week on The Entertainment Dome, we’ve got two new episodes of RWBY to cover! So listen on as we excitedly discuss cool character moments, posit potential theories and have a good old moan about a certain subplot.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Gravity Falls
‘Not What He Seems’ is undoubtedly one of Gravity Falls‘ best episodes; possibly the best. After spending so much time with the unscrupulous yet kindhearted Grunkle Stan, this episode managed to make myself and many others seriously question whether we really knew him. We’re essentially in the same positions as Dipper and Mabel. Continue reading
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth
One of the many reasons why I struggled playing Persona Q was because of the labyrinths. Exploring them eventually became such a drag, even the music gradually became monotonous to listen to, even if they were suitably atmospheric. That’s why I was very pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the music for the final labyrinth. Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I try to fight off our exhaustion by beginning our RWBY Volume 5 episode recaps and breaking down the new Yang short, the first episode and the opening sequence.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for RWBY Volume 4
Regular listeners of The Entertainment Dome may recall that I already discussed RWBY Volume 4 in great detail during its initial run. Almost every week, my co-host and I would talk about the latest episode and share opinions and theories as to what would come next. But while we did have fun and intend to do weekly recaps of Volume 5 once that starts, those were only first impressions.
Was this volume as amazing as I initially believed it was or does a second viewing reveal some more problematic issues I wasn’t aware of? Let’s find out together, shall we? Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I dissect the new trailers for both RWBY Volume 5 and The Last Jedi, I continue to defend Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, and James grills me for my opinions on Monster (one of his favourite anime series).
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
Sometimes a final battle doesn’t need cool explosions. Sometimes a final battle doesn’t need a clashing of blades. Sometimes a final battle doesn’t even need any sort of violence. Sometimes, a final battle can be not one of weaponry or strength, but one of words. Case in the point – the ending of the final class trial in the first Danganronpa game. Continue reading