The Entertainment Dome Episode 79 – We Wish You a Merry Cocktease

This week on the last episode of The Entertainment Dome for this year, we find ourselves getting a bit angrier than usual towards RWBY Volume 5, before ending things on a ramble about our experiences with Pokémon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon and Divinity: Original Sin II.

See you in 2018!

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The Entertainment Dome Episode 76 – Your Ship Doesn’t Matter

This week on The Entertainment Dome, we only spend a short amount of time on the newest RWBY episode (and by short, I mean about 40 minutes), before moving onto EA’s latest screw-ups regarding Star Wars Battlefront II and James’ early opinions on Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings TV show.

Twenty Characters I Want Playable in Project X Zone 3

WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the following games:

God Eater
Project X Zone
Project X Zone 2
Solatorobo: Red the Hunter
Street Fighter V
Xenoblade Chronicles

What better way to round up this month of Project X Zone 2 rambling than a wish list of characters for a possible sequel? Back in 2014, the chances of my new favourite crossover game getting a sequel seemed pretty slim. Now, though, the odds seem slightly stronger, with producer Kensuke Tsukanaka even saying he wants to continue the series.

Hopefully, we won’t have to wait long for a third title but I’m optimistic (or maybe just delusional) that it will happen, and when it does, I’ll have my fingers crossed that at least some of these characters will make an appearance.

My only rules are that they have to be brand new characters (so no characters that appeared in either PXZ or Namco X Capcom), no characters that were already on the previous list I did and they have to be from Capcom, Sega, Bandai Namco or Nintendo IPs. Continue reading

Ten Favourite Characters in Project X Zone 2

WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the following games:

Project X Zone 2
Tales of Vesperia
Xenoblade Chronicles

As I wrote in last week’s review, Project X Zone 2 has an arguably stronger cast of characters than its predecessor, with a healthy mix of familiar and not-so familiar faces. For some players, this game is the first time even seeing some of these characters, which means they need to make strong first impressions – they need to make us want to know more about them. And I’d say they certainly succeeded.

So, just because I did this last time, here are my personal ten favourite characters from the game. My one rule is that they have to be “new” characters, so no characters that also appeared in the first game. Continue reading

Random Rankings – The Ace Attorney Series

WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the Ace Attorney series

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I’m just gonna get to the point immediately here – I frigging love the Ace Attorney series. It’s hands down one of my favourite videogame franchises because of its writing, its characters, its mysteries, its style and the fact that it makes the courtroom seem awesome. I’ve watched legal dramas before on TV that make the whole “lawyer” thing seem cooler than it really is but Ace Attorney has the added bonus of making you, the player, feel awesome too.

So, since this month marks the series’ 15th anniversary, I figured now would be the time to see how each game stacks up against each other. Which one do I love the most, which one do I love the least and which ones go in between? Continue reading

The Entertainment Dome Episode 28 – MONACA!!!

What I Think may be on a hiatus of sorts at the moment, but that doesn’t mean James and I can’t do Entertainment Dome episodes! This week, we continue to express joy, anger, sadness and confusion at the roller-coaster that is Danganronpa 3, we pretend to act surprised about Telltale’s terrible PC version of their Batman game and we get particularly excited over all the new details for Pokémon Sun & Moon.