This week on The Entertainment Dome, we decide to hold off on talking about Kingdom Hearts III for the time being so we can discuss the latest Nintendo Direct, where James gets excited over the new Fire Emblem and I completely derail the conversation by bringing up the series’ previous “problematic” relationships.
Last week on The Entertainment Dome, we spent the hour discussing the final two episodes of RWBY Volume 6, including Blake and Yang’s battle with Adam, THAT character reveal and what could potentially entail in Volume 7 (apologies for the slight audio issues).
Last week on The Entertainment Dome, we only had one episode of RWBY Volume 6 to chat about before moving on to a feel-good story about a certain charity stream and one last Kingdom Hearts III discussion before the game’s release.
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This week on The Entertainment Dome, we spend the entire hour on the latest RWBY Volume 6 episodes, and are forced to admit that this supposedly flawless season has its problems (apologies for the audio issues).
Where do I even begin trying to describe Batman Ninja? Usually after watching a film, I have a pretty solid idea of whether I liked it or not. We all have an immediate, gut feeling after we’ve absorbed a piece of media that we can easily share with others when they ask the obvious question – “How was it?” But Batman Ninja? Words fail me. Not because it’s so good or so bad, but because I have no idea how I feel about it.
I guess I’ll start with the usual info. Made in Japan and released last year, Batman Ninja is an animated film that sees Batman, alongside his many allies and enemies, accidentally travelling back in time to Feudal Japan, where he must learn the ways of the samurai to free the country from the tyrannical grip of his most dangerous enemies. You’d probably think “Well, this doesn’t sound too bad.” But trust me, this synopsis does not accurately sum up this film. Continue reading
This week on the Entertainment Dome, our RWBY Recap leads to some tangents about representation in media and why it’s okay for good characters to do bad things and we theorise what the mysterious Persona 5 R could be.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, I express my unbridled glee about the latest RWBY Volume 6 episodes, before we move on to talking about some of the Game Awards announcements, including the Super Smash Bros/Persona 5 collab.
Last week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I recapped the rather meaty third and fourth episodes of RWBY Volume 6 and reacted to the insane backstory reveals.
Last week was The Entertainment Dome’s 100th episode and James and I decided to spend it by discussing the Detective Pikachu trailer and how we’re weirdly excited for the movie, but not before I subject James to my dumb RWBY Volume 6 theories during the weekly recap.
Here’s to the next 100!
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we actually get to talk about the first episode of RWBY Volume 6 this time, but not before going through all those juicy new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate details (apologies for the drilling sounds in the background).