WARNING: The following episode contains spoilers for Ace Attorney and the Danganronpa series
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James shares his thoughts on the new direction Evolve has taken, I get particularly irate over the recent episode of Ace Attorney and we both get very excited over the new Danganronpa 3 anime.
WARNING: The following episode contains spoilers for RWBY Volume 3
After a week’s hiatus due to sudden illness, James and I return to The Entertainment Dome to catch up on all those Ace Attorney episode we neglected to talk about. Not only that, but James also shares his first impressions of the new Berserk anime, as well as the new Pokémon revealed for Sun & Moon. Also, I’m really quiet for some reason. Better use headphones.
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.
It’s a shorter than usual episode this week on The Entertainment Dome, but there’s still plenty of rambling going on. I’ve officially got James hooked on RWBY and he has some surprising (well, I was surprised) thoughts on the first volume. We also make up for the lack of any Ace Attorney talk last week by recapping the previous two episodes of the anime and we express shock at Konami doing something good for a change.
Also, apologies for all the background noise.
As I mentioned in the Dancing All Night review, I’ve developed a fondness for rhythm-action games over the last few years. I can’t quite pinpoint where it started nor can I say why I enjoy playing them. Maybe it’s because I feel like I’m contributing to the music itself despite not being musically inclined at all.
Regardless of the reason, games like Dancing All Night make me yearn for other videogames to get a similar treatment – their own rhythm-action spin-offs that celebrate their glorious soundtracks. So, here’s a short dream list of the five games that deserve priority. Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we celebrate Star Wars Day by ironically not talking about Star Wars. Instead, we discuss practically everything else, from the rebooted Powerpuff Girls to the new Call of Duty game.
Oh, and I immediately regret a certain choice of words I use to describe the latest trailer for the Warcraft movie.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, my recent experience with the Final Fantasy XV demos lead to a bit of a ramble about other RPGs, we briefly talk about the new Doctor Who companion and we react to Nintendo’s quite frankly terrible plans for E3 and beyond.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James uses the music breaks as an excuse to get hyped for Game of Thrones, I finally jump into the Star Wars fandom and we get serious (and very angry) as we discuss the upcoming Ghost in the Shell movie and the controversy surrounding it.
It’s not been a good year so far, but that won’t stop us from being positive! This week on The Entertainment Dome, we officially introduce a weekly segment where we recap the Ace Attorney anime, we discuss the recent trailer for the new, not Harry Potter movie and we dive down a deep, dark hole when James brings up the upcoming Preacher adaptation (also we fade out at the end too early – whoops).
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.