I hope you like RWBY because that’s all we’re talking about this week on The Entertainment Dome. Continuing from the previous two episodes, James has now watched Volume 2 and pretty much echoes my thoughts on it. Be warned, there will be spoilers. We do talk about other things too, like our regular Ace Attorney anime recap and the disastrous Mighty No. 9 trailer.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we actually stay on topic for once as we share our thoughts on the recent Overwatch beta and it’s many characters, discuss the tasty new info revealed for Pokémon Sun & Moon and get excited (and a little angry) over the launch details for Ace Attorney 6.
This week on The Ace Attorney Hour- I mean, The Entertainment Dome, we find another excuse to gush over Ace Attorney thanks to the first episode of the anime, I find myself being converted into a Fire Emblem Awakening fan and James has some interesting thoughts concerning Final Fantasy XV.
WARNING: The following episode contains spoilers for the following:
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies
Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 2
Due to reasons, we weren’t actually meant to record an episode last week. But we did it anyway because we don’t play by the rules and not because we didn’t know we weren’t supposed to record.
In this episode, we consider re-branding the show into The Ace Attorney Hour, have a quick natter about what we want to see in Telltale’s upcoming projects and discuss Digital Homicide’s plan to sue Jim Sterling – and how god damn stupid it is.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I share our excitement at the return of a certain character in Ace Attorney 6, James brings up Microsoft’s latest bad idea for PC gamers and Aaron briefly takes over to share his hatred for Windows 10. Oh, and James makes a massive cock-up.
Well, 2015 is officially over, and what a year it has been for the world of videogames. We had a lot of fantastic titles released in the last twelve months; fans of The Witcher were treated to a fantastic third title that showed that DLC didn’t have to be terrible, Nintendo made a successful jump into the world of online-shooters with Splatoon, and the Internet found a new favourite game ever in the form of Undertale. Continue reading