Because of shenanigans, the last couple of episodes haven’t been available to upload onto this site. That’s all sorted now so enjoy this episode from two weeks ago where James and I bring our Attack on Titan recaps to an end (for now) with the last two episodes of Season 2.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we bring the Danganronpa 3 recaps to an end with a somewhat incoherent ramble about the final episode, we try (and fail) not to be smug about Digital Homicide’s decision to drop its multiple lawsuits and James finally gets round to talking about the recent investigations into No Man’s Sky‘s advertisements and promotions.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, it’s another anime-centric episode as James and I tackle the penultimate episodes of Danganronpa 3 and express our hype/hopes for the finale and critique the most recent Digimon Adventure tri. movie. Of course, spoilers will be aplenty. (Apologies for all the background noise)
This week on The Entertainment Dome, it’s James’ turn to feel the despair over the latest Danganronpa 3 episodes, but he’s got something else to cheer himself up – Digital Homicide continuing to act like jack-asses to the point where even Valve is tired of their shit.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we manage to only spend half the show talking about Danganronpa 3; the other half is about a Warcraft game that took 18 years to be released, the recent delays of The Last Guardian and Final Fantasy XV and even more Pokémon Sun & Moon news.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I manage to get some actual videogame talk in, specifically about the newest Pokémon Sun & Moon details and we finally get round to sharing our opinions on Metal Gear Survive. And, of course, there’s Danganronpa 3 talk but not a lot happened in the last two episodes. Nothing eventful. Nothing at all. Nothing bad happened. Everything’s fine. Seriously.
WARNING: The following episode contains spoilers for the Danganronpa series
The Entertainment Dome is back after a two-week hiatus, so you know what that means? Danganronpa 3 talk! Seriously, James and I essentially spend an hour recapping the last 6 episodes of the show, so I hope you all enjoy it. And if you don’t, I can only apologise.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I manage to keep all the anime talk brief for once, before moving on to Nintendo’s recent DMCA take-downs, as well as our opinions on Metroid Prime: Federation Force and the current state and future of the Metroid series.
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.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we’re still complaining about the Ace Attorney anime and loving/hating Danganronpa 3. But we DO talk about actual news later on; specifically Telltale’s “multiplayer” announcement, the latest NX rumours and the two new Sonic the Hedgehog games.