This week on The Entertainment Dome, we spend the whole episode catching up on the last three Attack on Titan episodes, where old enemies are forced to become allies, things get a little too relevant due to current events, and the show keeps being awful to Connie.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we share our very belated thoughts on last month’s Nintendo Direct, as well as the Pokémon Scarlet & Violet reveal.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we catch up on two Attack on Titan episodes, where one character makes their long-awaited return and Floch continues to be the worst.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we spend most of it recapping another insane Attack on Titan episode, before sharing our impressions of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we recap a particularly wild Attack on Titan episode, groan in response to the Sony/Bungie news, and share our mostly positive first impressions of Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, our Attack on Titan recaps leave me reeling and we find enough time to air our dislike of the Microsoft/Activision deal.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we return to our Attack on Titan recaps with the first episode of the second half of the final season (boy, that’s a mouthful) and I let James gush about Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker.
I feel like it’d be an over exaggeration, if not outright inaccurate, to say 2021 was a bad year for video games. Quite frankly, there were plenty of awesome new games or updates to existing ones. On a personal level, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart properly demonstrated the potential of the PlayStation 5, both Great Ace Attorney games finally made it to the West, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate truly made the impossible possible by completing its roster with Sora from Kingdom Hearts.
But I will admit the industry itself has made it hard to be optimistic about 2022. Over the last twelve months, we’ve seen outright abysmal releases like the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy remasters, the likes of Ubisoft and Square Enix committing to incorporating NFTs (the newest environmentally damaging grift) into their games, and then there’s just everything about Activision, which has once again highlighted how horrible the industry can be behind closed doors.
While it is important to acknowledge all the bad parts of this industry, even if it’s painful to do so, that doesn’t mean there’ll be no joy to be found in it either. As always, there are already a number of select games I’m looking forward to this year and I’m sure there are a number of amazing titles that haven’t been announced yet. Plus, this is a yearly tradition at this point so let’s get on with things and get to my ten most anticipated games of 2022.Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we finally find time to share our thoughts on most of the game announcements from The Game Awards 2021, including Star Wars Eclipse, Wonder Woman, and Sonic Frontiers.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we get round to sharing our reactions to the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer before going on a general Marvel tangent, and I wrap things up with some quick impressions on Doki Doki Literature Club.