Last week on The Entertainment Dome, we wrapped up our Attack on Titan recaps with the last two episodes before the season hiatus, and James wasn’t impressed with a certain casting choice for the Witcher Netflix show, which led to me going on a very weird soapbox rant.
Koei Tecmo and Omega Force kind of struck gold when they first created the Dynasty Warriors series back in 1997. It was such a simple formula that, despite being criticised by some for being TOO simple, found itself a very devoted fan-base. Nowadays there are so many bloody spin-offs of not just the main series but also ones centered around other franchises like Fist of the North Star, The Legend of Zelda and Fire Emblem to name a few.
I personally don’t have much experience with the series but I’ve enjoyed what games I have played because they’re flashy, satisfying and just overall fun to play. So naturally I want to see other franchises get a similar treatment. Let’s run through five of them right now, shall we? Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, I grill James for his opinions on Diamond is Unbreakable – the fourth part of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, we prepare our hype for RWBY Volume 5 by discussing the two new shorts that were released and wrap things up with a quick chat about the surprise hit Mario + Rabbids (apologies for some weird audio issues).
(Also, just so you know, last week’s episode won’t be uploaded since we weren’t pleased with how it turned out.)
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.
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.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for RWBY Volume 3
It’s that time of year again! At the end of last year’s review of Volume 2, I was feeling slightly more confident about the future of RWBY, but was that confidence well-placed? Did Volume 3 continue to improve or did it crash and burn? Well, enough babbling. Let’s just get right to it and break down the good and the bad of RWBY Volume 3! Continue reading
WARNING: The following episode contains spoilers for RWBY Volume 3
After a week’s hiatus due to sudden illness, James and I return to The Entertainment Dome to catch up on all those Ace Attorney episode we neglected to talk about. Not only that, but James also shares his first impressions of the new Berserk anime, as well as the new Pokémon revealed for Sun & Moon. Also, I’m really quiet for some reason. Better use headphones.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, our RWBY talk is finally over… and James is not happy. We spend a good while discussing Volume 3 and how it’s simultaneously amazing and heart-breaking, as well as some of our hopes for Volume 4. We also manage to get some quick pre-E3 news in (or as I like to call it, PrE3); specifically some of the leaks that have already emerged.
I hope you like RWBY because that’s all we’re talking about this week on The Entertainment Dome. Continuing from the previous two episodes, James has now watched Volume 2 and pretty much echoes my thoughts on it. Be warned, there will be spoilers. We do talk about other things too, like our regular Ace Attorney anime recap and the disastrous Mighty No. 9 trailer.
It’s a shorter than usual episode this week on The Entertainment Dome, but there’s still plenty of rambling going on. I’ve officially got James hooked on RWBY and he has some surprising (well, I was surprised) thoughts on the first volume. We also make up for the lack of any Ace Attorney talk last week by recapping the previous two episodes of the anime and we express shock at Konami doing something good for a change.
Also, apologies for all the background noise.