After a longer than planned break, The Entertainment Dome returns with our late reactions to all those new Persona spin-offs, my spoiler-free opinions on the third season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead and James’ sadness regarding BioWare’s future plans for Mass Effect: Andromeda.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I fail to keep our excitement in check thanks to the recent Telltale announcements, the new Kingdom Hearts III info and Jodie Whittaker being cast in Doctor Who as its first female lead.
It’s our last show of the year, so we celebrate by doing what we pretty much do every episode – go on random tangents. So sit back, relax and enjoy as we talk about a rather mixed bag of a RWBY episode and discuss this year’s Game Awards three weeks after it happened. Merry Christmas!
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.
What I Think may be on a hiatus of sorts at the moment, but that doesn’t mean James and I can’t do Entertainment Dome episodes! This week, we continue to express joy, anger, sadness and confusion at the roller-coaster that is Danganronpa 3, we pretend to act surprised about Telltale’s terrible PC version of their Batman game and we get particularly excited over all the new details for Pokémon Sun & Moon.
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.
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.
WARNING: The following episode contains spoilers for the following:
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies
Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 2
Due to reasons, we weren’t actually meant to record an episode last week. But we did it anyway because we don’t play by the rules and not because we didn’t know we weren’t supposed to record.
In this episode, we consider re-branding the show into The Ace Attorney Hour, have a quick natter about what we want to see in Telltale’s upcoming projects and discuss Digital Homicide’s plan to sue Jim Sterling – and how god damn stupid it is.
(originally posted February 27th 2015)
I’ve got to give credit to TellTale. They managed to not only sucker me into playing The Walking Dead, a game of a franchise I avoided for so long due to my prejudice against zombies and post-apocalypse stories, but make me love it too. When all was said and done though I naturally craved more point-and-click goodness; then I remembered another game they made called The Wolf Among Us. One quick Google Search later and I knew I had to check it out. And boy, am I glad I did. Continue reading
(originally posted January 30th 2015)
The Walking Dead is one of the most miserable video game experiences I’ve ever had. It’s just so soul-crushingly depressing that you find yourself questioning your reasons for playing it. My guess is that, despite the constant hardships, there’s a small part of you that thinks everything will turn out okay. And I think this track sums that feeling up. Continue reading