This week on The Entertainment Dome, we celebrate our 200th episode by playing catch up on the last month of gaming news, including the Nintendo Direct Mini, the Final Fantasy 7 anniversary showcase, and Hideo Kojima being falsely accused of assassinating the former prime minister of Japan.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we share our thoughts on the final season of the Castlevania Netflix show and what could potentially follow it.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we hype ourselves up for Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition‘s release, we go on a Konami-related tangent about some old rumours, and James is cautiously excited for the new Assassin’s Creed.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we express a lack of enthusiasm towards the PlayStation 5, discuss the effect the coronavirus has had on the gaming industry, and I share some initial thoughts on Beastars.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we have a short natter on the newest Far Cry 5 info, we discuss how the upcoming Castlevania Netflix show might actually be good and I let my Sonic fan-boy out when talking about Sonic Mania and Sonic Forces.
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.
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.