NOTE: If you would like to cover this song, then you are free to do so as long as you provide me with writing credit and a source to this post. Thanks!
Yep, I actually made another one of these. You can blame my friend, Christina, for implanting this idea in my head – You’re Welcome sung from the perspective of Thanos. Lyrics can be found below but be warned – there are spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War here. Also I can’t sing but what else is new? Enjoy!
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Gravity Rush 2
One of my favourite scenes in Gravity Rush 2 is when Kat is mistaken for a singer and has to perform for some soldiers, because it’s so silly, especially since it seems like Kat is making this song up on the fly, but it’s also incredibly charming (not to mention she’s a damn good singer). Continue reading →
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.
When this game was first announced, it raised a lot of eyebrows, myself included. In a good way, mind you. The idea of a game centered around a gruff-sounding, coffee-loving, talking Pikachu seemed so crazy that it could actually work, or at the very least was worth experiencing. But after its official announcement, we heard basically nothing about the thing for, like, three years until it was suddenly released in Japan in early 2016.
Cut to two years later and the game not only received an expansion but was released in its entirety here in the West for us to enjoy. But was it worth the wait? Does it offer anything of substance outside of its bizarre concept? Is there any reason it should also be getting a movie adaptation? Well, I think I can answer those first two questions at least. Continue reading →
Usually, when it comes to selecting tracks for the VG Music Picks, I try and pick something that I can try and dissect to some degree. Something were I can write about the emotions it’s suggesting or how it thematically fits with a scenario or character. This one, though, I’ve picked out of pure nostalgia. Continue reading →
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.
WARNING: The following story contains spoilers for Zero Time Dilemma
Synopsis: Phi finds herself in a rather awkward position when Diana asks her for a favour – babysitting.
The harsh ringing of Phi’s phone stirred her from sleep. Instantly awake, she switched her bedside lamp on, put on her glasses and grabbed the phone, assuming it was an emergency call from work. Who else would be calling her at 5 o’clock in the morning?
Not that she minded, though. The only reason she was taking the day off was because Akane had found her asleep on her desk and insisted that Phi was overworked and needed a break. Phi was never good with just “relaxing.” But now it looked like something had come up, and they needed her help. Continue reading →
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.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the following:
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Two weeks ago, I wrote a list of things I liked about Star Wars: The Last Jedi, so it only makes sense to put on my contrarian hat and list off the things I didn’t like about it. While I think claiming The Last Jedi is a complete betrayal of the series is a gross exaggeration, there are some legitimate criticisms about it that hold it back – they just tend to get drowned out by incredibly sexist comments and stupid-ass petitions demanding it be stricken from canon (yes, that one is true).
Anyway, let’s skip the long-winded intros and warp drive straight to the list that shows that this film’s far from being a subversive masterpiece. Continue reading →