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 →
This week on the last episode of The Entertainment Dome for this year, we find ourselves getting a bit angrier than usual towards RWBY Volume 5, before ending things on a ramble about our experiences with Pokémon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon and Divinity: Original Sin II.
See you in 2018!
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 dissect the new trailers for both RWBY Volume 5 and The Last Jedi, I continue to defend Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, and James grills me for my opinions on Monster (one of his favourite anime series).
This week on The Entertainment Dome, the latest Attack on Titan leaves me reeling with its revelations, we defend Nintendo’s recent Direct on Pokémon and we discuss the potential for the upcoming Final Fantasy fighting game for PS4.