WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Pokémon Sun and Moon
Lusamine is easily my favourite villain in the entire Pokémon series. Aside from having a simple but sleek design, she’s deliciously despicable to boot. She’s able to present herself as a calm, intelligent and caring woman when, in actuality, she’s obsessive, arrogant and emotionally abusive to her own children. This makes her a great antagonist that you enjoy battling, just so you can wipe that smug smirk off her face and prove her wrong. But I want to focus on the second battle with her, mostly because of how unique it is for the series. Continue reading
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Pokémon Sun & Moon
I instantly fell in love with the Ultra Beasts when they were first announced for Pokémon Sun & Moon. They were so alien in design, so unnatural looking and a little bit scary to boot. And on top of that, they have an amazing theme to go along with their appearances. Continue reading
About a couple of years ago, I wrote a list about thirty of my favourite Pokémon, but that was before the then upcoming seventh generation of games had come out – Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. These two games introduced a bunch of brand new catch-able creatures so, with the updated releases, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, still fresh in my memory, I figured I would follow up on that previous list and share a small sample of my favourite additions to the ever growing world of Pokémon.
Quick disclaimer – I’m only including brand new Pokémon so no Alolan forms. Continue reading
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the following:
Pokémon Black & White
Pokémon Black 2 & White 2
Pokémon Diamond & Pearl
Pokémon Fire Red & Leaf Green
Pokémon Red & Blue
Pokémon Sun & Moon
Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon
Pokémon X & Y
Last week, it was revealed that the upcoming Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon would mark the return of Team Rocket – now under the new guise of Team Rainbow Rocket – and will consist of every main villain in the series thus far (at least in terms of the main games). Villainous team-ups are always great, so being able to see all these familiar antagonists return and getting another chance to kick their asses has got a lot of people excited, including me.
Battling the leaders of these diabolical organisations has always been the highlights of the series but, now that they’re all in a game together, how do they fare against each other? Which of them is as mighty as Mewtwo and who’s just as boring as Burmy? Let’s find out by subjecting them to a Random Ranking! Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I are forced to delay our weekly RWBY Recap until next week and instead share our first thoughts on the teaser trailer for the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie, express our horror over the plans for the Monster Hunter movie and have a look-see at the rumoured list of Nintendo Switch games (also apologies for some peaked audio).
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we go through the last bit of Pokémon Sun & Moon news before the game’s release, James shares his thoughts on the latest (and Japan-only) Final Fantasy XV demo, as well as sums up all the news from BlizzCon, including the newest Overwatch character, Sombra.
WARNING: This episode contains spoilers for the Mass Effect series
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I try to cheer ourselves up over recent events by recapping the latest RWBY Volume 4 episode (which is, ironically, a pretty sad one), catching up on all the Pokémon Sun & Moon news we’ve missed (and a couple of the leaks too) and discussing the newest info for Mass Effect: Andromeda.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we bring the Danganronpa 3 recaps to an end with a somewhat incoherent ramble about the final episode, we try (and fail) not to be smug about Digital Homicide’s decision to drop its multiple lawsuits and James finally gets round to talking about the recent investigations into No Man’s Sky‘s advertisements and promotions.
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, we manage to only spend half the show talking about Danganronpa 3; the other half is about a Warcraft game that took 18 years to be released, the recent delays of The Last Guardian and Final Fantasy XV and even more Pokémon Sun & Moon news.