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.
I know I’m late in saying this but, damn, this really is a new decade, huh? I never even considered it until it was pointed out to me. A lot has happened in the last ten years, and after looking at some good-looking games that are coming in the future, I’d like to reminisce about all the awesome games from the past. And, boy, there were a lot.
So, since everyone else has done it and I apparently have as much originality as a live-action Disney remake, here’s a list of some of my all-time favourite games to have been released throughout the 2010s – one from each year (I’m using the European release dates BTW). Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we’re much more positive towards the newest RWBY episode, I get to talk a little bit about the latest details for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and James brings up the recent faux pas regarding the Xbox One X.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Project X Zone 2
Sorry, folks, the Project X Zone 2 love-fest isn’t quite over yet. While I already did a whole article about some of my favourite music tracks from the game, there were still several that I omitted entirely. This is one of them. Continue reading
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the following games:
Project X Zone 2
Tales of Vesperia
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
Back in October 2014 (a time when I was still writing this stuff on Tumblr), I dedicated the entire month to writing articles about Project X Zone, a crossover, tactical RPG on the 3DS featuring characters from Capcom, Sega and Namco franchises. It quickly became one of my favourite games ever upon playing it and I just wanted, nay, needed to express that love somewhere (you can check out said articles here). So, you can probably guess how I felt when a sequel was announced (spoilers: there was a lot of screaming).
Said sequel, Project X Zone 2, was released in the West in February 2016 so, one year later, I’m doing this shit again because (unsurprisingly) I love the sequel too. But is it an improvement over its predecessor or is it just the same game with only the most minute of differences? Well, that’s what a review’s for, isn’t it? Continue reading