WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the following games:
The Wonderful 101
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
It’s been four years since my first “Ten Characters I Want in Super Smash Bros.” list and, boy, how things have changed since then. Back then, those choices were the whimsical wishes of a young dreamer, unlikely to ever come true. But now, thanks to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, it seems anything is possible. Hell, two of my picks have since been included, which is very vindicating, though one part of that list has aged horribly.
“… [Yu Narukami] does stand a better chance than Ridley.”
Oh, 21 year-old me, you were such a fool. But yes, between the likes of Ridley, King K. Rool, and Joker, I’ve found myself coming to accept that characters I would’ve initially scoffed at the mere suggestion of including could actually happen. Super Smash Bros. is no longer just a celebration of all things Nintendo, but of videogames as a whole.
So, with the current run of DLC nearing its conclusion and still more to come throughout 2020, how about I list off another ten characters I’d personally love to see get to join the roster, whether it be in Ultimate or in a possible sequel. Continue reading
James and I wrap up our thoughts on this year’s E3 with a quick run-down of everything revealed at Square Enix and Nintendo’s presentations.
After that unplanned hiatus, The Entertainment Dome returns with the conclusion of the voice actors strike, James’ surprising opinion on developer The Chinese Room temporarily shutting its doors and my bizarre frustration regarding dragons with jet-packs… I swear it makes sense (apologies for the background noise).
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we finish off this year’s E3 recap with a ramble about the showings from Ubisoft, Sony, Nintendo and more.
Because of reasons, one of our episodes was lost to the ether. So, James and I decided to re-record it in our spare time for those who missed the live-show. We apologise for this and hope you enjoy our extra long ramble about the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo’s handling of it.
I’m just gonna get this out of the way – 2016 sucked. I don’t specifically mean in terms of videogames either – it just sucked, both in general and on a personal level. It’s easy to take one look at the state of the world and think that there’s no point anymore; it’s easy to just give up and lock ourselves away and wallow in our own misery.
But while it is important to be aware and not be ignorant to what’s going on outside, it’s also important to still enjoy yourselves; it’s important to make yourself happy. There’s no shame in allowing yourself to feel joy, whether you get that feeling from family, friends, music, films and, of course, videogames. Continue reading
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!
James and I are back to finish off our thoughts on this year’s E3! Not much else to say except to listen in on our opinions towards the samplings of Sony, Nintendo and Square Enix.