This week on The Entertainment Dome, we share our first impressions with Pokémon Scarlet & Violet and discuss how they’re simultaneously a great evolution of the series and frustratingly archaic.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we recap a great penultimate episode of Attack on Titan but are uneasy of what’s to follow and we’re not particularly impressed with the new and “improved” PlayStation Plus.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we share our very belated thoughts on last month’s Nintendo Direct, as well as the Pokémon Scarlet & Violet reveal.
I feel like it’d be an over exaggeration, if not outright inaccurate, to say 2021 was a bad year for video games. Quite frankly, there were plenty of awesome new games or updates to existing ones. On a personal level, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart properly demonstrated the potential of the PlayStation 5, both Great Ace Attorney games finally made it to the West, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate truly made the impossible possible by completing its roster with Sora from Kingdom Hearts.
But I will admit the industry itself has made it hard to be optimistic about 2022. Over the last twelve months, we’ve seen outright abysmal releases like the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy remasters, the likes of Ubisoft and Square Enix committing to incorporating NFTs (the newest environmentally damaging grift) into their games, and then there’s just everything about Activision, which has once again highlighted how horrible the industry can be behind closed doors.
While it is important to acknowledge all the bad parts of this industry, even if it’s painful to do so, that doesn’t mean there’ll be no joy to be found in it either. As always, there are already a number of select games I’m looking forward to this year and I’m sure there are a number of amazing titles that haven’t been announced yet. Plus, this is a yearly tradition at this point so let’s get on with things and get to my ten most anticipated games of 2022.Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, the latest Berserk chapter has us questioning the manga’s future, a brief Metroid Dread discussion goes on for way longer than it meant to, and James takes us down a rabbit hole regarding the rumoured Wu-Tang Clan RPG.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we get round to discussing the last Nintendo Direct and we’re… a little excited about the final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC character.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we wrap up our recap of E3 2021 with our thoughts on the Square Enix and Nintendo presentations.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we run through some recent general gaming news, where James goes through the new Dragon Quest announcements and I get butthurt over Sega’s Sonic Central presentation.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we are stunned by some of the revelations to come out of the first day of the Epic Games vs Apple trial and we discuss what Nintendo franchises we’d like to see get animated movie adaptations.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we focus on some of the recent Nintendo news, including the new Pokémon DLC and Steve from Minecraft getting into Smash Bros, after James gushes over the little he’s played of Baldur’s Gate III.