After acquiring a new teammate, we arrive in Cerulean City, ready to take on the Water-type Gym Leader, Misty. Will we make a splash or sink like a rock?
Back when Team Sonic Racing was first teased with an incredibly vague and short trailer, I wasn’t exactly impressed or excited. At the time, Sonic Forces had left me rather bitter about how Sega was handling the series, and I didn’t think they had earned enough goodwill to only hint at a new title and expect me to be invested. However, as time passed and more info was revealed, I was eventually coaxed back like a badger out of its sett. The fact that Sega had brought Sumo Digital on board to develop it was the primary reason since I really enjoyed their last two Sega-themed racing games, especially Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.
But there was still some scepticism, and I wasn’t the only one. The focus was entirely on Sonic and friends this time and, rather than do what every other mascot kart racer did and just copy and paste Mario Kart, Sumo Digital were doing something very different and making a racing game where players would race in teams and have to work together in order to win. It was certainly a unique premise, but after being consistently disappointed by so many Sonic games over the last few years, there was this constant fear that I was setting myself up to be let down again.
So is Team Sonic Racing a worthy Mario Kart alternative? Is it even as good as Sumo Digital’s previous work? Or is it just a gimmicky failure? Continue reading
Our party undergoes some changes as we explore Mt. Moon, where we also deal with an antagonistic group that are plotting to steal fossils.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I finally resume our Attack on Titan recaps and cover three episodes, before moving on to sharing our quick thoughts on both Persona 5 Royal and Persona 5 Scramble.
With our first Gym Badge in hand, we can leave Pewter City behind as we head towards Mt. Moon and encounter a few shady characters.
Now that we’re in Pewter City, we can take on our first Gym and face down the Rock-type user, Brock. Will we rock his world or be crushed by an avalanche?
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we share our thoughts and theories on the new Star Wars trailer and get appropriately hyped over the gameplay trailer for Joker’s appearance in Super Smash Bros.
Before we even think of taking on our first Gym Leader, we must first brave through the dense Viridian Forest, where we encounter plenty of Trainers and make some new allies.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
It’s very easy to make fun of Princess Peach considering her track record for being kidnapped, so I greatly appreciate any game that allows her to be more than the damsel-in-distress and actually take part in any sort of ass-kickery. Take Ubisoft’s strategy RPG crossover – I was already on board with seeing Mario packing heat but even arming sweet, innocent Peach? The image of her holding a giant shotgun is amazing on it’s own but Ubisoft went one step further. Continue reading
Every up and coming Pokémon Trainer needs a rival to challenge and motivate them and as our journey properly begins, we find one in our next door neighbour.