With James back from holiday, The Entertainment Dome can now resume, and boy, do we have some catching up to do. Specifically, we begin our weekly RWBY recaps with a look at the first two episodes of Volume 4 (and I get a bit too excited) and we share our thoughts on the newly named Nintendo Switch.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, it’s James’ turn to feel the despair over the latest Danganronpa 3 episodes, but he’s got something else to cheer himself up – Digital Homicide continuing to act like jack-asses to the point where even Valve is tired of their shit.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I manage to keep all the anime talk brief for once, before moving on to Nintendo’s recent DMCA take-downs, as well as our opinions on Metroid Prime: Federation Force and the current state and future of the Metroid series.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we’re still complaining about the Ace Attorney anime and loving/hating Danganronpa 3. But we DO talk about actual news later on; specifically Telltale’s “multiplayer” announcement, the latest NX rumours and the two new Sonic the Hedgehog games.
We’ve got a whole lot of movie talk going on in this week’s episode of The Entertainment Dome. Specifically, we share our opinions on the current state of DC’s movies and theorise what could happen with Nintendo’s own jump into the film industry. Also, I take delight in getting James into RWBY and I probe him for his thoughts on the initial trailers.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, my recent experience with the Final Fantasy XV demos lead to a bit of a ramble about other RPGs, we briefly talk about the new Doctor Who companion and we react to Nintendo’s quite frankly terrible plans for E3 and beyond.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we react to the recent Pokémon GO news and talk about what we want to see in Sun & Moon, James goes on a tirade about how much he doesn’t like Shadow of Mordor and we share our opinions about the recently announced live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we discuss the recent announcement of Pokémon Sun & Moon, get briefly political concerning Ubisoft potentially being taken over and we dive into the age old debate of subs versus dubs.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I are a little bit hyper as we share our experiences with the awesomeness that is Bayonetta, discuss the upcoming Ace Attorney anime and have a little bit of a rant regarding YouTube’s copyright strikes.