This week on The Entertainment Dome, we discuss the trailers for the new seasons of Attack on Titan and The Mandalorian before moving onto the newest Marvel game, Midnight Suns.
The Entertainment Dome Episode 150 – Aeon’s Already Dead
This week on The Entertainment Dome, Atlus makes me looks like a fool by confirming Dante for the Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne remaster, we can’t stop complaining about Avengers, and we run through the announcements from Sony’s last State of Play.
The Entertainment Dome Episode 110 – The Rise of Joker
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.
Five Things I Liked About Star Wars: The Last Jedi
WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the following:
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Star Wars is no stranger to controversy but as someone who’s only a very casual fan of the series, I’ve never witnessed anything like it until the release of The Last Jedi. Opinions seem to be split right down the middle – either you love it for what it brought to the table and the risks it took or you hate it for those very same reasons.
Where do I stand in all this? Well, overall I liked it. It’s not without its problems but I enjoyed it for what it was (especially the second half of it). So, with the film due out on DVD and Blu-ray soon, I’ve decided to briefly revisit this film and jot down the things I personally liked about it and show how it’s not the irredeemable garbage fire some people make it out to be. Continue reading
The Entertainment Dome Episode 54 – The Star Wars SJW Agenda
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James expresses his excitement for the next Star Wars movie by fawning over the new trailer, he tries not to be too optimistic for the next Battlefront game and, in between all this Star Wars talk, I break out the conspiracy board for our weekly Attack on Titan recap.
The Entertainment Dome Episode 22 – The E3 Episode Part 1
It’s that time of year again! James and I are ready to talk about all things E3 related, but there’s so much to do, we’ve had to split it into two parts. So listen on and enjoy our apathy, confusion and approval at the announcements made by EA, Bethesda, Microsoft and Ubisoft.
What I Liked About Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
Once again, I find myself jumping onto the hype train super late. Whilst the world was collectively losing their minds over the release of a brand new Star Wars movie, I was sitting back reading spoilers online with only the mildest of interests. I was never a huge fan of Star Wars to begin with and, despite how good those trailers were, it wasn’t enough to get me on board.
Then, of course, the film came out and people would not stop going on about how good it was. Everyone from aging men who grew up watching the originals to little girls who were now made die-hard fans were praising it. I pretty much had to watch it now. And I did. It was amazing. Here are the reasons why. Continue reading
The Entertainment Dome Episode 16 – May the Tangents Be With You
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we celebrate Star Wars Day by ironically not talking about Star Wars. Instead, we discuss practically everything else, from the rebooted Powerpuff Girls to the new Call of Duty game.
Oh, and I immediately regret a certain choice of words I use to describe the latest trailer for the Warcraft movie.
The Entertainment Dome Episode 1 – How Do I Business?
In the first episode of the new, rebooted Entertainment Dome, James and I have a brief Danganronpa discussion, talk about Square Enix’s terrible business practice of cutting their games up and begin what will no doubt be a recurring trend of going on unrelated tangents.
Ten Worlds I Want in Kingdom Hearts
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the following films:
Kingdom Hearts may have tested my patience quite a few times over the years and the complete lack of Kingdom Hearts III info makes it hard to get excited for it. Despite that, whenever new details do emerge, showing off what Disney characters and films will be represented, we’re going to get hyped – no matter what. There’s just something inherently exciting about seeing which characters we’ll be able to interact with and which worlds we’ll explore. So, here’s a list of what worlds I would personally love to see in a future Kingdom Hearts game, whether it be KH III or in the next saga. Continue reading