What do you get when you cross a 2D platformer with a pinball game? You get Yoku’s Island Express, where Yoku the dung-beetle’s first day as postmaster turns into a quest to save the island.
This week on the Entertainment Dome, James and I share are already outdated opinions on Team Sonic Racing, the new Pokémon games for Switch and some of the E3 leaks before the main event next week.
The title’s a slight lie since I’m solo again. This is more of a recording test for myself. Plus I wanted to give this demo a shot anyway and figured why not make a video out of it. Any feedback is greatly appreciated and I hope you enjoy.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I are less than impressed with the Detroit: Become Human demo (to the point where we don’t even remember the game’s name), before moving on to a good PS4 game – God of War – and then we wrap things up with a quick look at the new Kingdom Hearts III details.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I try (and fail) to cram all of our opinions on Avengers: Infinity War into one spoiler-filled hour, from the jokes to Thanos’ character and, of course, the deaths.
Last week’s Entertainment Dome episode is finally up for everyone to listen to! In this episode, James and I naturally squee over the now official Spyro remasters, as well as all the new info about Insomniac’s Spider-Man game and Octopath Traveler.
Wait a second, an Entertainment Dome video WITHOUT James? Yep, I’m going solo in this one and it’s a first impressions video about 2D vertical platformer Octahedron, where you have to create the platforms to progress.
With tricky puzzles and funky chiptunes, is this something anybody can enjoy or is this one for platformer purists only?
A massive thank you to Amy Graves for providing me with the code for the game.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, I get to rant a little bit about the dark side of the Kirby series thanks to the new game for Switch, James is unimpressed with the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie and we naturally discuss the decision to remove microtransactions from Shadow of War.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I share our admittedly very late opinions on all the announcements from the most recent Nintendo Direct, from the bevy of 3DS games coming out to the new (?) Super Smash Bros.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, following that obnoxious hiatus, I pretty much take over the show and subject James and you to all my opinions on the new Kingdom Hearts III info that was revealed last month (apologies for the weird fade-in at the beginning).